Matar Baati

Cooks in: 40 Minutes Serves: 3 People

Rajasthan has always attracted tourists with their cuisine and grand palaces and deserts. It is believed that Baati recipe originated during war times. The soldiers bury the Baati dough in the sand and by the time they return, it gets baked by the scorching heat of the sun! They smeared ghee over the baatis and had with buttermilk. Dal and Churma were added much later as accompaniments. As I wanted to try this delicacy with gluten free millets, used jowar flour for this recipe. Try this traditional mouth watering recipe during this fresh peas season!

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Kadugu Ohrai/Mustard Rice

Cooks in: 10 Minutes Serves: 2 People

This delicious mixed rice variety is from Karnataka. Mustard seeds have lots of health benefits and it is generally used as seasoning in many Indian dishes. Mustard powder is one of the important ingredient in many pickles. Mustard paste and oil are used in many dishes. This is a very quick and easy recipe which can be prepared in minutes if the cooked millet is ready. 

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Sweet Potato Biriyani

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Sweet potato has a lot of health benefits. Besides simple starches, raw sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fibre and bet carotene with moderate contents of other micronutrients including vitamin B5, B6 and manganese. This recipe is a perfect blend of millet, sweet potato and spices.

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