We are starting the third week of BM#57 and for this week I will be sharing Wholegrain dishes, approved by kids for my Kids delight event, themed on Whole grains.
The week passed away quite fast and I am not ready with other dishes. However this roti was inspired from the result of a baking failure which I must say was my first ever failure. I was baking yet another of my Banana Bread and was trying with wheat flour. I didn’t add enough baking powder and the resultant cake was a flat one, it didn’t rise at all.
Seeing how much flour and banana got wasted, Athamma had another and she made a roti out of it with Bajra. When we tasted it, we loved the taste. She said she remembered her mom making Banana Bajra Rotis. Bajra or Pearl millet, is one of the most common Millet she uses at home and we always stock it.
So after a successful recreation of the dish, we felt we should add the banana directly to the bajra and make a roti. Even the plain banana with jaggary tastes great and Konda enjoyed her snack.
Banana Bajra Roti
Bajra – 1 cup
Banana – 1/2 – 3/4 cup
Jaggary – 1/2 cup
Sesame Seeds – 2 tsp
Salt a pinch
Oil / Ghee for cooking
How to make Banana Bajra Roti
Grate the jaggary and pulse it with banana.
Take about 3/4 cup of bajra flour and add the puree. Mix it well and slowly add the rest of the flour.
Mix into a stiff dough, add more flour if required. Then grease a plastic sheet with oil, and pat down a ball of the dough into a disc.
Rough apply the sesame seeds on the top.
Cook on a hot tawa on both sides, drizzling oil and ghee on top.
The measurement is all approximation. Depending on how much sweet you want, you can increase or decrease the ingredients.
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