Bafla Bati - Crispy And Delicious Bafla Bati Recipe At Home

By Ankita Kacholia, Posted on 17/07/2020 - 15 Comments
Bafla Bati - Crispy And Delicious Bafla Bati Recipe At Home

PREPARATION TIME

10m

COOKING TIME

20m

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It is a special kind of a dish which is a combination of the two dish dal and bafle. The dishes are cooked separately and are served together. The yellow dal is made with the amchur and the bafle with the wheat and makki.

Ingredients of Flour Preparation

5.00 cup wheatatta
1.00 cup makkiatta
0.50 tbsp oil
3.00 cup water

Ingredients of Masala Preparation

1.00 cup tuardal
3.00 tbsp oil
0.25 tbsp turmeric
0.50 tbsp redchillipowder
0.25 tbsp mustard
0.25 tbsp cummins
3.00 cup water
0.50 tbsp salt
2.00 no amchur

Atta Balfe Preparation

First of all, take the wheat atta into the big wash bowl and the atta should be sieved first and then taken.

STEP : 1

First of all, take the wheat atta into the big wash bowl and the atta should be sieved first and then taken.

Now, after that, on the other hand, take the makki atta in a cup and that should be used along with the wheat atta.

STEP : 2

Now, after that, on the other hand, take the makki atta in a cup and that should be used along with the wheat atta.

Now, after that, mix the makki atta into the wheat atta in the big wash bowl and add little bit of oil to it.

STEP : 3

Now, after that, mix the makki atta into the wheat atta in the big wash bowl and add little bit of oil to it.

Now, after this, on the other side take the water in the bowl and heat it till it gets little bit hot.

STEP : 4

Now, after this, on the other side take the water in the bowl and heat it till it gets little bit hot.

Now, when the water gets hot, add it to the atta mixture in little bit amount and make the dough out of it.

STEP : 5

Now, when the water gets hot, add it to the atta mixture in little bit amount and make the dough out of it.

Now, after that, take the small pieces out of the dough and them make the bafle out of that pieces of same size.

STEP : 6

Now, after that, take the small pieces out of the dough and them make the bafle out of that pieces of same size.

Now, after that, take the oven and place it on the burner and heat it on the medium flame for few minutes.

STEP : 7

Now, after that, take the oven and place it on the burner and heat it on the medium flame for few minutes.

Now, after that, when the oven gets hot, add the bafle over the grill and then cook it by covering it with the lid.

STEP : 8

Now, after that, when the oven gets hot, add the bafle over the grill and then cook it by covering it with the lid.

Now, after this, cook it on the medium flame on the both the sides till the bafle gets little bit red.

STEP : 9

Now, after this, cook it on the medium flame on the both the sides till the bafle gets little bit red.

Now, after that, take the ghee in the bowl and then add the bafle to the ghee bowl and then take them in a bowl.

STEP : 10

Now, after that, take the ghee in the bowl and then add the bafle to the ghee bowl and then take them in a bowl.

Masala Preparation

Now, after this, on the other side, for making the dal, take the tuar dal in a plate as per the given quantity.

STEP : 1

Now, after this, on the other side, for making the dal, take the tuar dal in a plate as per the given quantity.

Now, after that, take the dal in the bowl and wash it properly with the water and then place it in the cooker.

STEP : 2

Now, after that, take the dal in the bowl and wash it properly with the water and then place it in the cooker.

Now, after this, cook the dal till the cooker gives out three whistles and when it gets cool down take it in the bowl.

STEP : 3

Now, after this, cook the dal till the cooker gives out three whistles and when it gets cool down take it in the bowl.

Now, after that, take the oil in the pan and heat it till the oil gets little bit hot and add the mustard and cummins to it.

STEP : 4

Now, after that, take the oil in the pan and heat it till the oil gets little bit hot and add the mustard and cummins to it.

Now, after this, take the spices into a plate along with the salt in that and then add them to the oil pan.

STEP : 5

Now, after this, take the spices into a plate along with the salt in that and then add them to the oil pan.

Now, after that, when the spices mixture gets little bit boil, add the amchur soaked into the water to the pan and mix it into the dal.

STEP : 6

Now, after that, when the spices mixture gets little bit boil, add the amchur soaked into the water to the pan and mix it into the dal.

Now, after that, take the dal out of the pan and serve the dal and bafla into a plate along with the salad.

STEP : 7

Now, after that, take the dal out of the pan and serve the dal and bafla into a plate along with the salad.

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Comments (15)
Amruta Aswasana Amruta Aswasana
It is an authentic Rajasthani dish. The dish looks delicious and mouthwatering. One of my friend shared the recipe of this dish with me from this website. I have made this and everyone in my family loved it. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe of this traditional dish with us.
Jagdev singh Anand Jagdev singh Anand
This is a famous bread of western India. Bafla is a popular dish of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The origin of this dish is Malwa region in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh. And these ghee (clarified butter) packed wheat dough balls are tremendously popular in both the above mentioned states. Since I have spent some years in these two states, this dish is a frequent flyer at my home. ‘Rajasthan’ which literally means “Land of Kings”. It is usually served with tuvar dal (split pigeon peas). But like baati this can also be served along with urad dal or gatte ki sabzi, and/or kadhi. There is only one main difference between bati and bafla. For baati dough balls can be baked directly in the oven or in the microwave oven. And for bafla , the dough balls are first boiled in the turmeric water and then baked. Like Dal Baati, the key to making this dish more and more delicious is the addition of ghee aka ‘clarified butter’. The more ghee you use in this dish, the more delectable they would come out. And by a lot, I do mean lots and lots of ghee. There is no substitute for ghee. If you are calorie conscious then you can surely add less ghee but please don’t really omit it entirely. Because ghee is the star ingredient here. When you think of authentic Rajasthani food, then the very first things which comes to everybody’s mind is definitely ‘dal baati churma’, malai ghevar, and pyaj ki kachori. However, these are not the only dishes that would come to your mind. There is an infinite numbers of delicious Royal Rajasthani foods , Jaipur is a heaven for a foodie with choices of so many Royal Rajasthani delicacies. And this ‘Dal Baati Churma’ is surely the king of Rajasthani food. I never loved eating ‘Dal Baati Churma’ as a child. But I did enjoy eating boiled bafla . I really liked those yellow glazy dough balls. Like Dal Baati, Dal Bafla is also quite a heavy meal. But of course, we don’t eat such heavy, rich and classic meals during weekdays. So weekends are the best days for making this dish.
Preet Patel Preet Patel
This is the best Rajasthani dish I have ever tasted being Gujarati specially bafla batti which is less of cholesterol as it is being boiled and a dal wich is protein rich . As we enter rajasthan this is the common dish we will notice everywhere.
Jishnudev Patra Jishnudev Patra
I never tried this kind of recipe before. I didn't think i would do this but i did it perfectly. After seeing this perfect description i am able to make it. Healthy and tasty to eat. Thanks for sharing such kind of healthy and tasty dish with us.
Munaza Munaza
It is very easy to make and it is absolutely delicious. I have never heard of this recipe before but I will definitely try this recipe once at home. I didn’t think I would but I was pleasantly surprised, hats off to the chef for making something different. Healthy wheat based bread recipe from the classic Rajasthani cuisine or western India cuisine. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us.