Every tradition has its own Staple Food, which is eaten routinely and, in such quantities, that it constitutes a dominant portion of standard diet and Dal Bati is a Rajasthani Staple Food. One of the reason it’s a Staple Food is because it is high in nutritional value providing Proteins, Carbohydrates, Fiber and several B-vitamins. Dal Bati is also deliciously prepared on different Traditional Occasions. Here we are coming up with a Bati Recipe that’s Baked. Do give it a try and let us know with your feedback!
Cook Time: 90 mins
Quantity: 15 nos
Category: Roti / Parathas
|Whole Wheat Flour / Atta||2 cup|
|Semolina / Rava / Sooji||½ cup|
|Curd / Yogurt / Dahi||¼ cup|
|Baking Powder||¾ tsp|
|Carom Seeds / Ajwain||½ tsp|
|Melted Clarified Butter / Desi Ghee||3 tablespoon|
|Warm Water for kneading||as required|
|Clarified Butter / Desi Ghee||as required|
|#||Cooking Baked Bati in Appe Pan | Step by Step|
|1||In mixing bowl, add 2 cup of Whole Wheat flour (Atta), ½ cup of Semolina (Rava), ¼ cup of Curd (Dahi), ¾ tsp of Baking Powder, ½ tsp of Carom Seeds (Ajwain), ½ tsp of Salt, 3 tablespoon of melted desi Ghee and mix well.|
|2||Add warm Water as required to knead the tight dough.|
|3||Cover the dough and rest for 60 mins.|
|4||After 60 mins take one small portion of the dough ball sized and make all the Batis.|
|5||Put the Bati on preheated Appe tawa, bake and roast on low flame for 12 mins.|
|6||Then flip over the Batis and again roast on low flame for 12 mins from other side.|
|7||When Bati is baked completely, immediately dip in melted desi Ghee.|
|8||Bati is now ready to serve hot with Dal and Churma.|
As we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words. Any recipe can be easily understood even with just a single image. Along with the steps above, you can also follow the pictorial representation given below. These are the major 9 steps while cooking Bati in Appe Pan and will help you to see whether your dish is coming as exactly or closer to the recipe given. Follow these well and enjoy your cooking. Happy Cooking!
Apart from this, we would request to check out our YouTube Channel for additional recipes. Also you can check out our other Rajasthani Recipes – such as Marwadi Churma, Gatta Curry, Badi Ki Sabzi and Dal Recipe for Bati.
– Add Water little by little only to make the tight dough.
– Bati should be baked on low flame only as it should be baked from inside also.
– If want to serve later heat up the dipped Bati with ghee and serve again.