Jolada rotti or jowar bhakri recipe explained with step by step pictures. Jolada rotti or jowar flour roti is prepared using jowar flour, water and salt. Jolada rotti or jowar roti is very popular flat bread in North Karnataka. Jolada rotti with 2 - 3 varieties of curry is very common in most of the North Karnataka houses.
We all know that jolada rotti recipe is very simple but making proper rotti or roti is little tricky and requires a bit of experience. But after reading this post you will never find it tricky. It is as easy as preparing chapathis. You can serve jolada rotti along with curries like badanekayi ennegayi (stuffed brinjal), zunka (gram flour curry) and menthe palle (methi dal).
My sister prepares jolada rotti or jowar roti like this. I have also seen the authentic way of preparing jolada rotti in my friend Veena's house. Infact she had shown me once in my kitchen as well. But still I was not very expert in making these rotti or rotis. Then my friend said freshness of jolada hittu or jowar flour and the dough cosistency is very important in making perfect rotis. But now I am an expert in making jolada rotti. So I am sharing here my way of making jolada rotti and the trick, which I am following.
You can find different varietis of Karnataka style rotti recipes on my website like akki rotti (rice flour roti), ragi rotti (finger millet roti), sajjige rotti (rava roti) and sabsige soppu rotti (dill leaves roti). If you are looking for more breakfast recipes from then do check our break fast recipes section. Let us get on to the recipe.
Preparation time: 15 min
Cooking time: 15 min
Serves: 10 no
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