Rajgira Bhakhri | Upvas Bhakhri | Farali Bhakhari | Rajgira Roti

Rajgira/ Amaranth is one of the most protein-rich of any plant-based food. It is also rich in iron, calcium, manganese, and fiber. To get benefits of this amazing grain today I am sharing this bhakhri recipe. I add Singhara (water chestnut) flour for binding which is also considered as healthy ingredients. This healthy bhakhri is very easy and simple to make and you can eat this in fasting or any regular day with tea, coffee or curd.




INGREDIENTS: FOR 4 bhakhris

Rajgira flour ...................... 1 Cup
Singhara flour .................. ¼ Cup
Melted Ghee ................... 3 Tbsp.
Salt ........................... As needed
Water ........................ As needed
Ghee ......................... As needed

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Take Rajgira(Amaranth) flour and Singhara(water chestnut) flour in a bowl. Add salt and ghee. Mix well and knead into a firm dough, using enough water. 
  2. Divide the dough into 4 equal portions and cover it. Roll out one portion into 3-4 inches round thick circle. 
  3. Put rolled bhakhri on a hot tawa.  First, cook one side. It should be less than half cooked. Turn and cook the other side. This side should be a completely cooked till light golden spots appear.
  4. Apply some ghee on first sides of bhakhri, turn and cook till light golden spots appear and the bhakhri turns crisp.
  5. Remove bhakhri from the tawa. Prepare all remaining bhakhris same way.
  6. You can enjoy Rajgira bhakhri with tea/coffee or with curd.


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