Flaky baked dough balls called baati served with a hot spicy tadkewali dal – plenty of ghee goes into making this Rajasthani delight.
The rich, delicious and earthy taste coupled with the eating experience totally justifies the star status that dal baati enjoys in the world of Rajasthani cuisine. Baatis are flaky round chana dal dough balls that are baked to perfection and then drizzled with or rather soaked in plenty of ghee. The dal that accompanies it is spicy and rich also with its fair share of ghee. This dal baati combo is delicious just like this but add some choorma to it and things go to another level.
Prep Time : 1-1.30 hour
Cook time : 41-50 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Difficult
Taste : Spicy
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