Masala Jowar Roti Recipe – How To Make Jowar Rotti – Healthy Gluten Free Recipes | Skinny Recipes

spicy masala jowar roti recipe, healthy gluten free masala jowar rotti recipe, karnataka style #glutenfree
jowar is a summer grain, it helps to keep our body cool, it is gluten free and rich in fibre and calcium. Adding green leafy veggies and other vegetables in this roti makes it a filling nutrient dense meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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  1. Hey guys! sharing masala jowar roti recipe, its nutrient dense and gluten free.
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  2. Thanks for this awesome recipe..Waiting to watch many more healthy recipes like these..👍👍

  3. Very excellent recipe dear.. Thankyou so so much..God bless

  4. Hi Ma'am today i will make it and it's easy new breakfast recipe and full fill longer thanks again. For healthy and easy recipe.

  5. made them and came out really well in fact I had a box full of jowar atta and got very frustrated trying many tips and ticks and finally seeing your video made it well worth. The wet kitchen towel made a huge difference and also noticed the softness which I feel might be because of cucumber. Let me if that’s correct. Anyways thanks a ton and lots of love ❤️

  6. Excellent, you are simply too good…. thanks for posting this video….! I look forward to trying this recipe.

  7. I tried the recipe.. it was delicious.. jeera powder added a very good flavour

  8. I am from karnataka 😊😊😀😀it's our cooking style

  9. I prepared this recipe. It came out excellently. Thank you nisha ji

  10. Aren't Methi leaves hot in nature, for this summer period? Ppl who suffer from heat

  11. Hi Nisha, made your jawar roti. Came out really good. I added couple of table spoons of freshly ground flax meal to it because in US the jawar flour we get is not as fresh as you get in India, so it tends to break. Flax meal kind of holds it together and also added some nutritional value. LOL.
    Please add more variations you may know. I have gluten allergy so these kind of recipes are great substitute. Thanks a lot. 😀

  12. I tried it today and it was too good thanks.

  13. Thank you! Can we make same way in a chila form?

  14. What are the trains for diff seasons?

  15. Recipe looks yummy….y don’t u use a chapati press …. makes it easier

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