Jowar Atta Roti Recipe - Sorghum Wheat Phulka Recipe
Jowar Atta Roti Recipe is a must try Indian bread that you can serve along with Indian curries and sabzi. Jowar in other words is called as Sorghum, it is a healthy millet option that you can use to boost your immunity.
Jowar Atta Roti Recipe is a must try Indian bread that you can serve along with Indian curries and sabzi. To make the Jowar Atta Roti equal portion of jowar flour and wheat flour is mixed together with some salt, water and oil. Adding atta helps to roll the rotis easily. These rotis are best enjoyed hot fresh out of the tawa.
Did you know:Jowar is a millet which is rich in protein, iron and copper and it plays a crucial role in cellular function and repair. The rich quantity of potassium present in the flour helps to lowers the cholesterol and manages blood pressure level. Since it is a complex carbohydrate it releases sugar slowly and hence is diabetic friendly.
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- 150 grams Jowar Flour (Sorghum)
- 150 grams Whole Wheat Flour
- Salt , to taste
- 1 tablespoon Cooking oil
- Water , to knead, as required
How to make Jowar Atta Roti Recipe - Sorghum Wheat Phulka Recipe
To begin making the Jowar Atta Roti/ Phulka Recipe, attach the atta kneading blade into the zodiac master chef jar.
Add jowar flour, whole wheat flour and salt to taste. Cover the Jar and turn on the atta kneading function. Add little water at a time to mix the dough. Drizzle 1 teaspoon of oil towards the end and mix until the dough comes away from the sides of the pan.
Once done turn off the Zodiac mixer and transfer the dough to a bowl. If the dough is sticky then add a little more flour and knead for a minute. Finally add another teaspoon of oil and knead until smooth.
Divide the dough into lemon size portions. Take a portion of the dough and dust it in wheat flour. Roll the dough into a 5 to 6 inch diameter circle.
Place the rolled out dough on a preheated skillet and cook for a few seconds until small bubbles appear on the surface.
Flip and cook the roti for a few seconds and place it over the open flame. Cook till roti puffs up. Keep flipping and cooking the Jowar Atta roti till brown spots appear on both sides and the roti is cooked through.
Once done transfer the Jowar atta roti onto a serving plate. Drizzle ghee around the roti and serve immediately.
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