Jowar roti


2 cups jowar flour
Salt to taste
Warm water
Ghee as required

Make a soft dough of the flour, salt and warm water. Make medium sized balls and pat on a greased sheet to medium thickness roti. Slowly put it on a hot tava and pat the upper surface with little water. Allow it to cook and slowly invert and cook on other side as well. When done, put it directly on tava as we do for pulkhas and serve hot with ghee.


kranthi said...

very good for health. My athama makes it with hand and it tastes heaven with any recipe

divya said...

Looks so healthy and inviting...

Priya said...

Healthy and nutritious roti.

Anu said...

healthy rotis

softnails said...

I like the recipe.

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