Bajre ki roti (Millet flour Pancake)

HOW TO MAKE BAJRE KI ROTI

Bajra (or Millet) is a seed and is warm in tendency. It is usually eaten in winters to cope with winters. Bajre ki roti is typical dish and many of us are not aware of this. It can be made in two forms i.e. one by making dough and cook like regular chapatti and another is making batter with flour and cook it like pancake. The difference between both of them is way of eating, What i mean is Chapatti is eaten with shakar (it is typically jaggery crushed powder) and desi ghee. The other which I mentioned above is Pancake, it is cooked like usual pancake. So, here I am sharing recipe of pancake or you can say it chapatti. And also I will write about the chapatti recipe on my blog ūüôā

Ingredients Required: –

  • Millet flour – 200 gm
  • Salt – as per taste
  • Fresh coriander leaves – 1/4 cup
  • Oil – to cook pancakes
  • Water – as required

Procedure: –

  • First of all, in a bowl sieve flour so as impurities are left behind.
  • Also wash coriander leaves with plenty of water and keep aside.
  • Now in the bowl add salt and add coriander leaves.
Millet flour pancake

Flour with coriander leaves and salt

  • Now mix it and add water to make smooth and lumps free batter.
  • It will 5-7 minutes to make lumps free batter.
Millet flour pancake

Batter

  • Now time to cook ūüôā
  • Heat tawa or flat pan and sprinkle or spread some oil on it.
  • Take spoonful of batter and spread it firmly to make 2 cm thick pancake.
Millet flour pancake

Pancake on tawa

  • Spread oil on sides and flip it when it is brown from one side.
  • Cook it form another side and apply oil.
  • Its ready when both the sides are brown.

Millet flour pancake

  • This batter will yield 6 pancakes.
  • So follow the same procedure and make all of them
  • Then, what next… eat them ūüėČ
Millet flour pancake

Ready to eat

  • Its ready to be served hot with yellow curd (it is not anything new, simply in pan take required curd and add little tumeric powder and salt, and cook it for 1-2 minutes and off the flame. Your yellow curd is ready)
  • But I didn’t do that as I was hungry so in hurry I clicked the pic and have it ūüėĬ†

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