Baati refers to one of India's common bread (bun), specifically from Rajasthan. Baati also sometimes spelled Baalti are bread made from wheat, Sooji (semolina), ghee, spice, and other desires ingredients. Baati are traditionally roasted in an open charcoal fire and eaten by dipping them into thick Dal which are made from different varieties of lentils. Dal Baati is one of the most famous foods from Rajasthan.

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