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Baati | In Oven

Baati | In Oven

In my previous Baigan Aloo Bharta post I showed thali of daal baati, so here is the baati which I made in oven.  I have blogged before making baati on gas top in baati cooker along with daal and khayri recipes.

The changes made in this baati recipe are I added soda and turmeric the 2 ingredients which I learnt from Sonal, adding soda does make the baati soft so do try it.  Here presenting delicious meal of daal, baati, bharta, khayri, gatte ki sabji along with pickle :)




Ingredients:

Wheat Flour -  1 1/2 cup
Semolina - 1/2 cup
Baking Soda - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 1-2 tbsp
Salt - 3/4 tsp
Turmeric -3/4 tsp
Water
Ghee/classified Butter -

Method:

1. Mix all the ingredients along with enough water to make a chapati like dough.

2. Cover the dough for 1 hour with dump cloth and keep aside.

3. Make medium size ball and keep in baking tray.  [ I followed Sonal idea of rolling the dough in sausage and then into ball ]



4. Preheat the oven in 225C

5. Bake the balls in 225C for 10 -15 mins.



6. Turn the baati over and bake for another 10-15 mins.  Check if the baati fully cooked, if not bake for another 5-10 mins.



Break the baatis and dip/pour in ghee ...adding more ghee makes the baati very tasty :D


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

Enjoy your weekend ...

32 comments:

  1. Baati looks delicious, I want to try it for long time looking for a recipe, thanks for sharing.

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  2. Wow.. this looks fantastic. Something new to me for sure. Bookmarked :)

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  3. wow...that looks fantastic.. looks very good dear..

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  4. THe texture looks just perfect eventhough baked in oven..looks yumm

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  5. Looks delicious. Would definitely give a try when time permits.

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  6. lovely..you post such tempting picture (the first one) and make me hungry at this hour..

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  7. This is such a lovely recipe.Loved reading it.

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  8. wow..awesome...Thali looks so tempting..good work

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  9. Sounds very interesting! Wish I could have some :)

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  10. I love daal baati and that platter is simply stunning :-)

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  11. what a tempting looking meal..
    bati came out perfect dear..loving the last pic :)

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  12. baati looks delicious priti..will try this sometime soonish..thanks for the recipe dear..tk care!

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  13. Reminding me to make it soon. My fav from my hometown.

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  14. Baati looks yum Priti. I tried something like this couple of days back. Actually I wanted to make wheat rolls and turned out to be like this Baati which tastes good...

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  15. Baati looks yummilacious dear. Never knew this before. Seems so tasty.

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  16. Baati is looking so delicious.

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  17. wht a delicious platter...yumm...we do boil n then make baati..its more softer inside n crispy outside...seeing ur platter can say a lovely tradional rajput food...r u a rajput by any chance...??????

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  18. you are tempting me. it has been a while since I had them, so will surely make them soon. I too use oven for this :)

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  19. thats looks so good. never had this one.. really delicious one perfect platter..

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  20. Thank U gals :)

    @Sanyukta ...yes dear am :)

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  21. WOW Priti this baati looks amazing :)

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  22. That thali looks so delicious..nice idea to make baati in oven, fab..Happy Independence Day!

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  23. Love the recipe of Baati and Such a yummy looking thali.

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  24. never heard of this before ... looks very healthy ... am bookmarking it too

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  25. i have been thinking to make this for a long time after seeing ur post.. i guess hv to wait for a month now!

    I have an award for u in my blog please pick it up! :)

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  26. Good try and looks perfect. Love the MV version

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  27. New to me .Sounds interesting!!

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