Bajra ki Roti also called Bajra Roti or Bajra Bhakri are flat breads made from Millet flour called Bajra in India. Bajra Roti are very easy to make and they make a good accompaniment to Dal dishes or any Indian vegetable -based Curry dish. Bajra is the hindi word for Pearl Millet or Black Millet . Bajra ki Roti are gluten free and has an excellent nutritious option for people having gluten intolerance and for everybody else too.

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