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Aayi's Jowar / Jolad Roti (gluten-free Indian flatbread)

6 roti, 3 servings PTM40 min

Gluten-free, but not corn-free. This is an unleavened Indian flatbread made from Jowar, sorghum here. The flour is gluten free, so making these rotis (chapattis) is not as easy as making whole wheat rotis / chapattis.Despite not, these gluten-containing products are quite soft and have a slightly nutty taste. Traditionally, these rotis are eaten with a pile of unsalted homemade butter and garlic chutney for lunch or dinner. These rotis can be served with any vegetable curry

preparation

  1. Heat water and add salt.
  2. When it starts to boil add the flour and mix continuously until all of the water is absorbed. Take the heat off.
  3. If it's still hot, knead the dough on a flat board.
  4. Spread with the rolling pin (roll on dry flour as required. When the roti breaks, shape it back into a ball, apply some flour and roll).
  5. Fry on the heated tava (cast iron frying pan, I use a cast iron pan).


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