Saturday, December 19, 2009

Sardiyo ka swad,makai or bajre ki roti ke sath

hello frens ,hope you all are doing great,breaking news is this that my exams are postponed to mid week of January so i am back to blogging,huh what a relief its so difficult to study at this age,and with a kid around dont ask ,weather wise its quiet good hereya its cold but  with winter delights like Makki ki roti and Bajre ki roti i guess i am truly enjoying the weather.

Last weekend my mausi had come for the weekend and for lunch she prepared Mooli wali Makai ki roti, which she learnt from her neighbour,and ya this Makai roti is different as this is prepared with mooli and to mold the shape hands have to be used as the dough sticks on the rolling pin while rolling out roti,so slowly the dough is shaped into roti and placed on hot tava/girddle to be roasted on both side and served hot with dollop of ghee.To prepare the dough mix grated radish in the makki flour which is readily available in the market ,add pinch of carom seeds,salt and red chili powder,with help of water mix the flour to form smooth dough.Patience is needed as it takes time to shape the dough into roti as the dough is sticky because of the addition of radish,i tried several times till i could manageable roti.:-)
Bajra ki roti is prepared very frequently at our place during winters,


recipe can be viewed here, i like mine with dollop of ghee and some gur as you can see in the pic above.
I guess this sums all for todays post and ya thanks a ton for sending Awesome entries for Jingle Event ,event is on till 10th of Jan ,;-)cee u all soon folks,happy blogging nd weekend,...:-)tk cre ,..

11 comments:

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Very healthy roti.

Superchef said...

its so good to have family close by..i would give anything to have someone cook for me some homecooked food..sigh! the rotis look great! n all the best for your exams..

Cham said...

Never made makki ki roti - i do see the butter melting.... Make me hungry!

Bhawna said...

Yummy Pictures, even I have makkai ka paratha in my draft. Nth is better for a brunch in winter than this. All the best for ur exams.

sherlenelfauver said...

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sangeeta said...

i love these winter goodies ..
the bajra roti is actually best with gur ghee .
makki ki roti muli wali i have in my archives too, still have to make sarso ka saag te makki ki roti this winter...

Parita said...

Truly healthy and delicious roti, i remember having the same in winters when i visited my aunts place in gujarat :-)

Laavanya said...

I've not made makki roti b4 must be delicious with mooli.
Happy new year and g'luck for ur exams

Spice said...

That's a common breakfast item in my mom's house during winter....mooli wali makki ki roti...love that...and yes these good rotis taste more yummy with gur....

Malar Gandhi said...

Very healthy one' fibre rich roti.

LG said...

I love the earthy taste of Bajra roti aur uske upar makkan..kya swad hai..Good One Pri :)