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Daal Baati with Khayri

Daal Baati with Khayri


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aal Baati is one of my favorite and whenever I visit Chennai my sister always prepare for me, and this time was no difference. She made Daal Bhaati and Khayri for me and others and it tasted just awesome as ever.

Though I have tried making baati in microwave, oven but never exactly get the taste as my sis one! So here is what I had and sharing with you all.

Here is how baati cooker looks



For Baati

Ingredients:

Wheat Flour - 1Cup
Semolina - 1tbs
Carom Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Salt - 1/2 tsp
Ghee/Oil - 2tbs + 5-6 tbs for severing.
Water

Method:

1. Mix all the ingredient and form a stiff dough using water keep aside for 30mins.
2. Make small balls of dough. Heat baati cooker and place the balls.


3. Cover with lid and cook in medium flame for 30mins or until golden brown. Keep turning the baati every now and then.

If you are using microwave then the cooking time will be more, just
place the baati in rack and cook for 20mins, turn the baati and cook
for another 20mins or until golden brown.




Break the baati, pour ghee as much as you want and enjoy with daal.




For Daal:

Ingredients:

Bengal gram/Chana Daal - 1/2 cup
Split Green Lentil / Hara Daal - 1/4 cup
Onion - 1 large [chopped]
Tomato - 1 medium [chopped]
Green chilli - 4 [chopped]
Redchilli Powder - 1tsp
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Garam Masala Powder - 1/2 tsp
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Bay Leaf - 1
Salt - to taste
Oil - 2-3 tbsp
Ghee -
Water -
Coriander leaves - 2-3 tbsp chopped
Curry leaves - few


Method:

1. Soak the daals for 15mins and cook both the daals with water and turmeric in pressure cooker for 15-20mins and keep aside.

2. In a pan or wow heat oil or ghee, add bay leaf and cumin seeds, let it splutter.

3. Add chopped onion, green chilli and curry leaves, mix well and cook for a min.

4. Now add ginger-garlic paste and saute until onion turns light brown.

5. Add all powder masala and stir well. Add chopped tomato and cook until tomato become soft in medium flame.

6. Add cooked daal and mix well, cook for 2 mins with lid on in medium flame.

7. Now add salt and water and cook for 5mins in low flame, garnish with coriander leaves.

Server with ghee.





For Khyari

Ingredients:

Cooked Rice: 2 Cups
Chickpeas Flour [ Besan] - 1/2 cup
Onion - 1 medium [chopped]
Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Fennel Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Cashews - few
Raisins - few [optional]
Garlic - 4-5 pods crushed
Redchilli powder - 1tsp + 1tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Bay Leaf - 1
Oil - 5-6 tbsp
Salt - to taste
Water - little + for boil
Curry leaves - few
Coriander leaves - chopped few


Method:

To make Gatta

1. Mix chickpeas flour with 1tsp redchilli, a pinch turmeric powder, salt to taste, few fennel seeds, 1-2tbsp oil and mix well. Add little water at a time to mix and to form rolls of mixture in cylindrical shape and boil in water for 10-15mins or until cooked.

2. Remove the gatta from water and cut in small pieces.

3. In a pan heat remaining oil add bay leaf, cumin, fennel and mustard seeds and allow them to crack, add garlic, chopped onion, curry leaves and saute only light brown.

4. Add cashews, redchilli and turmeric mix well.

5. Add gatta pieces and mix and fry for 2mins. Add rice and give a good stir, add salt and raisins cook for 5mins with lid on in medium flame.

Garnish with chopped coriander and enjoy...




And this delicious spread goes to Rak's Cooking For Guests” Event

And to Sonu's Flavours of Rajasthan a event started by Nayna.

And to Shanti's State Special...this recipes are very famous Rajasthan though different states prepare daal baati in little different way.

44 comments:

  1. wow,absolutely new to me!!

    Thanks for sending over to the event Priti!

    If u were near,I wud have come there to ur home!!

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  2. hehe Sure dear..u come I shall make

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  3. delicious dish...never had dal baati...surely going to try this one..thanks for sharing

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  4. Very new dish Nicely explained.

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  5. wow..thats is really nice...new to me...thx for sharin!..nice snack too

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  6. Oh wow....new recipes to me...looks yum....

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  7. I love daal baati too..never prepared at home though..thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  8. Very new to me... looks soooo delicious.. lovely step by step photos.. :)

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  9. Love all the 3 , when are u inviting me ?

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  10. A completely new one...will try for sure luks so tempting...:)

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  11. Thanks Sushma n Aparna, do try n let me know how it went :)


    Thanks Shanthi, Subhie, Lubna, Parita, Chandana :-)

    Pari dear, come anytime...

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  12. Such a delicious dishes, very new to me...prefect entries for the event Priti.

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  13. Heard of this but never taste it,ur pics tempting me to try this :)

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  14. tried another different version of this dal bhati very reecently.The rice is absolutely new to me.Great way to impress the guests.Wish i could be your guest.!!!!

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  15. Omg! I just love this too much!! You evoked my old memories. Yours is looking sooooo yummy!!

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  16. hummmmm it's my fav. too hummmmmmmmm bad girl how can you tempt me like this I want that daal baati plate now he he heee mouthwatering dear just simply superb great adding semolina in baati is new to me I won't add semolina will add next time and daal recipe is just perfect.

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  17. daal baati... I heard about it but never knew this is how it has to be made...

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  18. my favorite dish ..... good job !

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  19. Wow - thats awesome... I wish I could taste some of that...

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  20. New to me. Looks nice and yummy.

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  21. Nice recipe... looks nice and yummy

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  22. yes, i have tasted this authentic bhaati (made in the gas oven)..tastes great...khayri looks so yummy..

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  23. Daal Bhati looks yummy and nice

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  24. i loved the dal bhaati at Sansruti Resturant in Little India. They taste soo good. Now that I got the recipe from you, will try it sometime for sure :)

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  25. @All sure do try n let me the result :)

    JeyaShri, U can be my guest anytime u want dear...am very near to U ;)

    Rekha....sure all urs ..eat and enjoy :p

    Homecooked: I wish you could hav tasted too ....

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  26. Wow ... I loved this but never tried at home ... Hats off to you dear .... Looks delicious ....

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  27. Both the dishes are new to me...they look so delicious...thanks for sharing these awesome recipes Priti :)

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  28. totally awesome..i love daal baati, on a drizzly sunday..perfect comfort food!!!

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  29. Both of these lovely dishes sound delicious !

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  30. Dal Baati looks delectable...My favorite one...Send me please...

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  31. OMG I love dal bati and I made today for the dinner, Urs looks just mouth-drooling, yummmmmm!!!

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  32. I have seen this baati cooker at my friends place....she even uses this for making tandoori rotis....
    Dal baati is a delicious delicacy of Rajashthan, thank you for sharing it....
    I have tagged you, collect your tag from my Awards page

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  33. Love the cooker you have used for batti. Love your website design, did you custom design it?

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  34. Never seen a Bati cooker! I make Batis in the oven! Khayri is very interesting! Usually make ghatte ki sabji ..but this one sounds excellent as well!

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  35. Looks yummy with nice clicks...beautiful shots. Khyari is new and sound delicious

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  36. never knew there was a cooker to make baatis. Wow...I wish to try this lovely rajasthani dish...great pics!

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  37. I have had daal bhaati in a rajasthani restaurant @ Mumbai. I have seen the bhaati cooker for the first time....yummy Daal bhaati and khyari..

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  38. This is very delicious it seems ,and I would love to have it anytime..
    hugs and smiles

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  39. I love daal bhati, few yrs back when i tasted this in my friends place i fell love with this dish. I make this once in a while too. I am simply drooling seeing ur pictures priti...

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  40. never heard abt the baati Priti.. is it steamed in the baati cooker? or straight away put on the rack above the flame?

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  41. Shifa, these are roasted. Straight away put the rack ...just shown in the pic..but y'day I made in oven...pls post soon the method

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