DAAL BAATI CHOORMA (Wheat Balls - Rolls) Recipe

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Whole Wheat Flour (Aata): 1 cup
Chickpea Flour: 1/4 cup
Semolina (Suji): 1 tbsp
Clarified Butter (Ghee): 1/2 cup (melt and mix in the dough)
Fennel Seeds (Saunf): 2 tsp (roughly crushed)
Carom Seeds (Ajwain): 2 tsp (roughly crushed)
Salt: as per taste
Ghee: 1/4 cup (to baste baatis before and after baking)

How to make DAAL BAATI CHOORMA (Wheat Balls - Rolls)


Mix wheat flour, chickpea flour, semolina, clarified butter (melted), fennel seeds, carom seeds and salt together and knead it to make a firm dough. Place aside.

Heat broiler or oven on low temperature.

Take lemon-size ball from the dough, roll and smoothen in with your palms, press lightly in the middle using your thumb.

Make all baati the same way and place in a tray aside.

Now when you are done with making baatis, baste each baati lavishly with ghee and place on a pan or sheet aside.

Now bake all baati for around 20 minutes while flipping after every 10 minutes.
(Remember that timing may vary depending upon your oven. So keep checking them intermittently and once they are perfect with golden brown color, they are ready).

Serve daal baati churma hot.
Remember to brush each baati with ghee.
(Traditionally, baatis are dipped wholly in ghee and then eaten however these days as we are more health-conscious, we avoid this much use of ghee).
You can also serve them with a tasteful daal.
The traditional dal to serve daal baati choorma is Panchmel dal and churma.
Baatis are broken in 3 to 4 pieces each depending upon it's size, dipped in daal and eaten.

Posted By: hamad1232, karachi

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Reviews & Comments (1)

Tania - Islamabad Sep 28, 2017
It looks very delicious recipe. I do not know very much about Rajasthani recipes however now I read this recipe and concluded that it is a famous snack and must be very delicious. I have found that it has lot of discussion about on the internet so it must be an awesome snack.

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Daal Baati Churma Recipe is really a fantastic, traditional and exclusively Rajasthani Recipe. You will notice that every recipe will be slightly different as every family has a specific way of making it. This is my family's recipe :) Note: Taking the measurements mentioned above, makes enough baatis for a family of 3-4.


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