Any mention of Rajasthani food without Daal Baati is always incomplete.In fact Daal Baati is the stable dish of Rajasthani"s, is easy to make,nutritious and simply delightful in taste.I just added stuffing,to give extra taste:)

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  • Yields: serves 4 person
  • For Batti:
  • 4 cups wheat flour
  • 1/2 cup gram flour
  • 1/2 cup semolina
  • 1 cup Ghee(melted)
  • 1/4 cup Curd
  • Salt to taste
  • For stuffing:
  • 1 cup boiled n mashed potatoes
  • 1/2 cup blanched green peas
  • 3-4 green chillies (chopped)/ as per taste
  • 1 tea spoon garam masala
  • 1 table spoon dry mango powder
  • salt as per taste
  • Ghee(melted) for seving

Preheat the Tandoor for 10 minutes.Knead a soft dough with flour,semolina,gram flour Ghee(clarified butter), curd, salt and just enough water.


Roll into lemon-sized balls and flatten on your palm and spoon the stuffing roll again and keep covered for one hour(Mix all the ingredients of stuffing in a bowl.)


keep in hot tandoor in batches and roast from both sides,till puffed and golden outside and spongy inside or roast on hot coals or bake in oven.


Dip in melted ghee and serve with lots of melted ghee,Panchkuti Dal and Gatte Ki Sabji.As this one is stuffed with savory masala can be served as it is with ghee:)


If you made it without masala can be stored on self for 7-8 days,just warm while serving.
you can also add different stuffing of your choice.

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we make this dish for special occasions,i made it today for sunday brunch,so thought to share with all ma foodie friends:)

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By aarti on Sep 20, 2012

Hi Dk, Can i share recipe with you which i make? Only thing is that i can't mention exact measurement for the recipe, i just do it as per taste. Please let me know. Thank you aarti

By sangeeta shah on Jan 22, 2012

Hi Vineeta ji...thx.. :) :) :) :)

By vineeta on Jan 22, 2012

mouthwatering recipe sangeeta....m sure goona try this.....

By Sangeeta on Jan 21, 2012

Hi Aparna..!!!!...thx 4 liking it...ya its similar to litty n i do make that litty is served with is served with MIX DAL,as litty is always stuffed with that garlic paste and all..its usually madeplain,without stuffing.yes this can be baked in preheated oven @ 180 degrees C for 20-15 minutes,but do check in between and chande the sies too.. :) :) :)

By Sangeeta on Jan 21, 2012

Hi Thamarai !! thx 4 liking this,yes this can be roasted in preheated oven @ 180 degrees C for 20-15 minutes,but do check in between and chande the sies too.. :) :) :)

By Thamarai on Jan 19, 2012

Hi Sangeeta! Awesome recipe. I am so tempted to try this! But can this be baked in an oven? What temperature should we keep the oven at? and bake for how long? Thank you!

By Aparna on Jan 19, 2012

Hi... This is lovely! Very similar to litti- that's made with sattu filling... :) What temparature should it be baked at? I should think 160C in Fan oven but I'm not sure.