Preparation time : 5 mts
Cooking time : 10 mts
Serves : 2 people
- 1 1/2 cup Bajari Flour / Pearl Millet Flour
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/3 cup Water
- 3 tsp Sesame Seeds
- Take a bajari flour in a bowl, add salt and mix well.
- Add 1/2 cup of hot boiling water and mix well.
- After a dough cools down a bit, start the kneading process.
- Gradually add remaining water to knead it in to soft dough.
- Knead the dough good for about 4 to 5 mts.
- Divide dough in to 3 equal balls, take one of the ball and smooth it out between palms and flatten it out.
- Dust dry bajari flour on rolling board and start to pat the bhakari in round shape.
- Use rolling pin to roll out bhakari to get even consistency.
- Spread a bit of sesame seeds on the top of bhakari and give them a gentle pat as well, so that sesame seeds won't fall down while bhakari is getting roasted.
- Put the bhakari on hot skillet in the upside down position.
- Brush the floured side of bhakari with generous amount of water.
- Let bhakari roast for minute or two or until water starts to evaporate.
- Once the water dries out, immediately flip the bhakari over and roast from other side as well for about a minute.
- Now move the skillet away, lift the bhakari and roast it on a direct heat just like how we roast fulka.
- Serve hot with a dollop of ghee or butter on the top of it!
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15 September 2014
It's yummy ???? ???? .....
14 September 2014
12 April 2014
Hi! Your receipes are beautiful, I want to try out this bread. I need to get a small rack for my stove so the bread puffs up. Can these be put in the freezer. I would like to make a batch of twenty of these. Can you tell me how much flour I need to use. Your videos are great .
3 September 2013
Hello Madhura, I like ur bhakri recipe.I am also in USA but I don't have roasting rack ! Where did I can get it? Please help me.