Dal-Bati-Churma: A Rajasthani Delight
Dal Bati Churma is a very popular Rajasthani dish that is a treat for your taste-buds. It’s a staple food in several parts of India including Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. It is served in a traditional way by first squashing the Bati and then pouring the Ghee on it. Yellow colored daal (lentil) is also served with it. It is served in all the celebrations and festivals of Rajasthan including weddings, religious occasions or birthday parties.
Three different food items-Daal (lentils), Baati & Churma(Sweet) combine to give you “Daal-Baati-Churma”. Daal is typically made of lentils and is spicy. Baati is made of flour. The sweet Churma is a combination of wheat flour, dry fruits & sugar. Ghee is added in all the three items.
In villages, Baatis are baked on firewood or kandas(i.e. cow dung cakes). But when you are preparing in your kitchen you can use Tandoor or electric oven. Baatis are served dipped in Ghee. The daal is also prepared in Ghee, the masalas used in daal are fried in Ghee and before serving, more Ghee is added to the daal. Churma is sometimes made by crushing the Baatis and mixing it with sugar.
All in all, it is a treat for you and your guests, suitable for any occasion.
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