Bajra Kand Rotis


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Bajra flour combined with purple yam, curds and garlic paste makes an interesting variation to plain bajra rotis which we often eat. Protein and iron are two important nutrients provided by these rotis. Like all bajra rotis, they tend to get chewy if they are served cold without a brushing of ghee. So serve these hot to avoid the use of ghee or butter for brushing.

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Makes 7 rotis.
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  1. Combine all the ingredients and knead into a soft dough using water only if required.
  2. Divide the dough into 7 equal portions.
  3. Roll out each portion into a circle of 125 mm. (5") diameter.
  4. Cook each roti on a tava (griddle) on both sides till brown spots appear.
  5. Serve hot.
Nutrient values 
AmtEnergyProteinChoFatVit AVit CCalciumIronF. AcidFibre
24 gm69 kcal2.0 gm12.0 gm1.4 gm31.8 mcg0.0 mg18.8 mg1.2 mg7.9 mcg0.3 gm
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shreya_the foodieNovember 23, 2012

Bajra flour combined with grated Kand and curds make a healthy roti.

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Reviewed November 23, 2012by shreya_the foodie

Bajra flour combined with grated Kand and curds make a healthy roti.

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