In a quick succession of events in the kitchen bati was made to compliment Rohan s Dal I did not document the recipe in a pictorial format but here is the process 1 cup Wheat flour 3 tablespoons Sooji 3 tablespoons Besan Ghee enough to infuse each particle of the flour mix Moen Water enough to make a tough bhakhri like dough Allow rest for 10minutes after the dough is made Make dough balls with a dent in the middle with your thumb Line these onto a microwave friendly plate Cook for 15minutes on each side so a total of 30minutes of cooking at 180 degrees Remove in a deep bowl and dunk them in generous sparse ghee as per preference Eat with dal and garlic chutney Now the cheat code is that you account for 3 4 extra batis in your dough When no one can eat them you pretend like it was an estimation error Stride to the kitchen like an anti wastage commander on mission and grind these batis into churma Dry pulse the batis add powdered sugar and some home made ghee Crush with fingers such that you achieve a sand like feel on skin Soul satisfying churma is ready Aa same vastu vadheli rotlis bhakhris maa thi ban bani shake haan Ema gol nakhvano

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In a quick succession of events in the kitchen, bati was made to compliment Rohan's Dal.

I did not document the recipe in a pictorial format but here is the process:
1 cup Wheat flour
3 tablespoons Sooji
3 tablespoons Besan
Ghee, enough to infuse each particle of the flour mix (Moen)
Water, enough to make a tough bhakhri-like dough

Allow rest for 10minutes after the dough is made.
Make dough balls with a dent in the middle with your thumb. Line these onto a microwave friendly plate. Cook for 15minutes on each side, so a total of 30minutes of cooking, at 180 degrees. Remove in a deep bowl and dunk them in generous/sparse ghee (as per preference). Eat with dal and garlic chutney.

Now the cheat code is, that you account for 3-4 extra batis in your dough. When no one can eat them, you pretend like it was an estimation error. Stride to the kitchen, like an anti-wastage commander-on-mission, and grind these batis into churma! 😂 Dry pulse the batis, add powdered sugar, and some home-made ghee. Crush with fingers, such that you achieve a sand like feel on skin.

Soul satisfying churma is ready!
Aa same vastu, vadheli rotlis/bhakhris maa thi ban bani shake haan. Ema gol nakhvano. 🤣

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In a quick succession of events in the kitchen, bati was made to compliment Rohan's Dal. I did not document the recipe in a pictorial format but here is the process: 1 cup Wheat flour 3 tablespoons Sooji 3 tablespoons Besan Ghee, enough to infuse each particle of the flour mix (Moen) Water, enough to make a tough bhakhri-like dough Allow rest for 10minutes after the dough is made. Make dough balls with a dent in the middle with your thumb. Line these onto a microwave friendly plate. Cook for 15minutes on each side, so a total of 30minutes of cooking, at 180 degrees. Remove in a deep bowl and dunk them in generous/sparse ghee (as per preference). Eat with dal and garlic chutney. Now the cheat code is, that you account for 3-4 extra batis in your dough. When no one can eat them, you pretend like it was an estimation error. Stride to the kitchen, like an anti-wastage commander-on-mission, and grind these batis into churma! 😂 Dry pulse the batis, add powdered sugar, and some home-made ghee. Crush with fingers, such that you achieve a sand like feel on skin. Soul satisfying churma is ready! Aa same vastu, vadheli rotlis/bhakhris maa thi ban bani shake haan. Ema gol nakhvano. 🤣 #FiAStaysAtHome #DiscoverCreateCelebrate #Ahmedabad #Foodaholics #FoodaholicsInAhmedabad #ShareTheRecipe #SpreadTheLove #FoodInAhmedabad #Foodhunt #Foodfind #Foodblog #Foodwriters #Food #FoodLove #Foodgasm #Foodstagram #Instafood #Foodnetwork #Foodfeed #Foodtalk #Foodtalkindia #ThingsToDoInAhmedabad #AhmedabadFightsCorona

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