TRADITIONAL DAL BAATI Cooked for 50 School Kids! Unique DESERT Food in Rajasthan

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Dal baati is a traditional food of the northwestern Indian state of Rajasthan, comprising dal (lentils) and baati (hard wheat rolls).

??MAKE DAL BAATI: To make the dal, begin by soaking 5 different types of lentils in ghee and water. In a separate pot, mix ghee, salt, turmeric, onion, red chilli powder, green chillies, dry mango powder, garlic, coriander powder, ginger and coriander leaves, adding lemon at the end. Add the boiled dal and cook.

To make the baati, combine wheat flour, salt and water and knead into tennis ball-sized dough balls. Bake the dough over burned cow dung (or a well-heated traditional oven, if burned cow dung isn’t readily available). Once the baati becomes golden brown in color, grease it with ghee and serve with dal.

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