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How to make jowar bati in airfyer (easy gluten free recipe)

 Dal bati churma is widely popular in North India. typically prepared with whole wheat flour, bati balls are roasted in oven, tandoor or cooker and then enjoyed with loads of ghee. but ravneet Bhalla is a health freak and knows how important it is to count calories and fat that goes in. no doubt, bati tastes amazingly delicious with a dollop of ghee. it is a treat for one and all. when I make whole wheat bafla, it tastes just like kachori. oh. so yum. but this time I had got requests from many of you to share the gluten-free bafla recipe here I am with a super easy and enjoyable recipe of bafla with jowar atta. if you love jowar or sorghum, then there is no reason why this jowar bati churma recipe won't appeal to you

on top of it, the gluten-free churma is another sweet treat to pair with dal bati. it is my version of gluten-free panjiri with jaggery and lots of nuts. oh so yum... I loved the crunch of roasted nuts when combined with jowar bati churma. this makes a wholesome healthy meal recipe for gluten-free friends or those looking for a weight loss meal idea. you will want to include this gluten-free recipe in your monthly meal plans. so let's not wait any more and start with the prep work. the processes may look complicated but it is actually a super easy jowar bati churma recipe. if you are interested in langar wali dal recipe without onion garlic, then langar wali dal no onion garlic it is.

ingredients for jowar bati

1/2 cup jowar 3 tbsp water 1 tbsp ghee salt, ajwain

gluten-free churma ingredients

1)2 cup jowar (also known as sorghum) 1/2 cup besan roasted nuts of choice 1)4 cup or more jaggery 2 tbsp ghee 3 tbsp water raisins

How to make jowar bafla bati and churma

dal bati chirma is widely popular in north india and if you are also looking for a gluten free bhatti baffler recipe then ravnith bala presents you jughar buffalo recipe so for this recipe you need to boil 3 tbsp of water add one tablespoon of ghee along with salt and then add half cup of jowar atta or sorghum flour mix well and turn off the flame at this stage you can add ajwain this is optional ajwain or carom seeds knead into dough if you need more water please add little by little this won't be a very soft dough this will be a medium consistency dough make small bowls after resting it for 30 minutes now press with a fork to make a crisscross sign now let's prepare the turmeric half cup of jubar or sorghum flour and half cup of besan now let's boil 3 tablespoon of water along with 2 tablespoon of ghee for the jurma gluten free churma when it comes to a boil we'll be adding the flour mix that is jowar and besan mix well and turn off the flame remove and now make small balls or whatever shape you are able to make keep it aside oh no now let's boil our buffalo this is so typical of buffalo bati fill with water and drop the bathi balls cover it for some time until it comes to a rolling boil and let the buffalo balls boil for 10 to 15 minutes until they float on top now let them rest for 10 minutes and we will be baking them in a preheated airfryer at 160 degrees celsius for 35 to 40 minutes we will be baking the churma balls as well bake at 160 degrees for 35 to 40 minutes it may take longer in an oven otg or convection check if done if not you can bake longer now i enjoyed these with my dal no onion garlic dal gurdwara style now to the churma mix add nuts of choice roasted nuts of choice along with 1 4 cup of jaggery or more pulsed powder decorate with the nuts of choice and raisins this is i felt it is more like a gluten-free punjiri i hope you liked this jowar bafla batti recipe gluten free
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