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Jowar onion roti, Sorghum flour roti

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Jowar onion roti is a simple and easy gluten free roti for breakfast or dinner. Goes well with just a simple raita and pickle.

I got a pack of jowar atta during my last grocery shopping. I made instant dosai once and thought of trying something else that is easy and serves the purpose of a meal too. Otherwise gave a thought for making gud papdi. But after all those Diwali sweets, did not feel like making sweet again. So made this for breakfast and enjoyed.

This is quite filling, so this recipe makes 4, comfortable serves 2. Just serve it with pickle and curd or a simple boondi raita. This is gluten free as well, so additional points for that.

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Jowar onion roti

Jowar onion roti is a simple and easy gluten free roti for breakfast or dinner. Goes well with just a simple raita and pickle.

Cup measurements

Ingredients

  • 1 cup jowar atta
  • 1 onion
  • 1 green chilli
  • 1/2 tsp chilli powder
  • 1 tsp coriander powder
  • 1 tbsp oil
  • 1 tsp cumin seeds
  • Salt as needed

Instructions

  • First gather the ingredients needed. Take jowar atta, finely chopped onion and chilli, turmeric, red chilli and coriander powders, oil, salt, cumin seeds in a mixing bowl.

  • Mix well. Boil water briskly. Add little by little to the flour and mix with spatula.

  • Once warm, make a crack free dough. Divide into 4 equal sized balls.

  • Line the rolling surface with butter paper. Sprinkle dusting flour. Place a ball of dough and flatten the dough to hand size roti.

  • Sprinkle more flour over top and use rolling pin to spread to roti.

  • Be very gentle and slow or it will stick. Heat a tawa and drizzle with oil. Invert the butter paper and peel the paper to place the roti in tawa.

  • Cook for couple of minutes in medium flame. Drizzle over some oil.

  • Flip and cook until golden spots appear all over.

Notes

  • Make sure to boil water briskly and use it to make dough. Otherwise it will break while rolling and flipping.
  • Before flipping, let it cook, otherwise it will break as well.
  • You can use wheat flour too if you don’t mind gluten, to make handling easier.

Jowar onion roti method:

  1. First gather the ingredients needed. Take jowar atta, finely chopped onion and chilli, turmeric, red chilli and coriander powders, oil, salt, cumin seeds in a mixing bowl.
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  2. Mix well. Boil water briskly. Add little by little to the flour and mix with spatula.
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  3. Once warm, make a crack free dough. Divide into 4 equal sized balls.
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  4. Line the rolling surface with butter paper. Sprinkle dusting flour. Place a ball of dough and flatten the dough to hand size roti.
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  5. Sprinkle more flour over top and use rolling pin to spread to roti. Be very gentle and slow or it will stick.
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  6. Heat a tawa and drizzle with oil. Invert the butter paper and peel the paper to place the roti in tawa. Cook for couple of minutes in medium flame. Drizzle over some oil. Flip and cook until golden spots appear all over.
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Serve with your favorite side dish.

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