1 1/2 cup Bajari Flour / Millet Flour
1/4 tsp Salt
1/3 cup Water
3 tsp Sesame Seeds
Take a bajari flour in a bowl, add salt and mix well.
Add 1/2 cup of hot boiling water and mix well.
After a dough cools down a bit, start the kneading process.
Gradually add remaining water to knead it in to soft dough.
Knead the dough good for about 4 to 5 mts.
Divide dough in to 3 equal balls, take one of the ball and smooth it out between palms and flatten it out.
Dust dry bajari flour on rolling board and start to pat the bhakari in round shape.
Use rolling pin to roll out bhakari to get even consistency.
Spread a bit of sesame seeds on the top of bhakari and give them a gentle pat as well, so that sesame seeds won’t fall down while bhakari is getting roasted.
Put the bhakari on hot skillet in the upside down position.
Brush the floured side of bhakari with generous amount of water.
Let bhakari roast for minute or two or until water starts to evaporate.
Once the water dries out, immediately flip the bhakari over and roast from other side as well for about a minute.
Now move the skillet away, lift the bhakari and roast it on a direct heat just like how we roast fulka.
Serve hot with a dollop of ghee or butter on the top of it!