Gur ki Roti/ Jaggery Flatbread

Gur ki Roti/ Jaggery Flatbread

Fireplace, Bonfire, Blankets, duvets, shawls, caps, gloves: All these things remind you of cozy cozy winters, don’t they?

Winters not only bring a change in our clothing but also bring a significant change in our food. During winters we prefer eating hot or warm food. Sardiyon ki meethi dhoop mein eating warm wintery food is total bliss!!
 
 
 

One such delicacy which is an absolute winter delight is Gur ki Roti.
These flatbreads or Rotis are made with Whole wheat flour. Jaggery water is used to bind the flour. Aromatic spices such as Cardamom and fennel are added to the dough to give extra flavors. Sesame seeds are optional, however I highly recommend them as they are a good source of calcium and vitamin E.
Jaggery is an excellent source of Iron, and is a very good natural blood purifier.
What else do you want from a Roti/ chapati when it is packed with all the minerals and vitamins?
 
 
 
Serve it with curd, butter or ghee.
My family loves to eat these delicious sweet flatbreads with pickles and green chilies. Pickle make these rotis an excellent
combo of sweet and sour, while chillies give it that hot punch.
 
 
Let's see how to make it.

INGREDIENTS:

Whole Wheat Flour/ Atta- 2 cups
Water- 1 cup
Jaggery/ Gur- 1 cup
Fennel seeds/ Saunff- 2 teaspoon
Sesame seeds/ Til- 1 tablespoon
Green Cardamom- 4, husks removed.
Ghee or Oil as required
Dry flour to roll chapatis

DIRECTIONS:

In a pan put water and jaggery and cook on a slow flame till the jaggery dissolves.
Cool completely. Once cooled strain the jaggery liquid.
 
 

Coarsely grind the cardamom seeds.

Combine the wheat flour, melted jaggery water, fennel seeds, sesame seeds and crushed cardamom seeds in a deep bowl and knead into a semi-stiff dough.
 
 
 
 
 
If you want you can add little bit of more water.
Cover and keep aside the dough for 15-20 minutes.

After that give the dough a quick knead again.
 
 
Divide the dough into 6 equal portions.
With the help of a rolling pin and dusted dry flour on counter top roll out each portion into a (6") diameter circle.
 
 

Heat a non-stick tawa (griddle) and cook on one side for few seconds.
 
 
Flip it over. Cook on other side too for few seconds.
Apply some ghee on top and flip again. Press gently with the help of a spatula.
 
 

Cook till it turns golden brown in colour.
Flip again and cook on other side too.
 
 

Your Gur Roti is ready.
 
 
Serve hot.
You can serve with curd, chilli pickle, pickle, butter.
 
 
 
 
 
This recipe is contributed to the 59th theme of the group Healthy Wellthy Cuisines.  Where the theme is 'Winter Delights At HW'. 
Do check other scrumptious wintery recipes shared by my fellow blogger friends-
Thippili Rasam by Priya
Gur Papdi by Vanita
Palak Tambli by Jayshree
Jaggery Rasgulla by Geetanjali 
 

7 Comments

  1. Jane Doe

    My mom used to make this when I was a kid. But now its been long I haven't had this... this post is reminding me that😊 Lovely share Shalu di❤

  2. Jane Doe

    Gur ki roti is a treat that my aunt use to make for us whenever we visited her. She would serve it potato curry. Your preparation brought back sweet memories. Adding sesame seeds is a great idea.

  3. Jane Doe

    Recalling my childhood seeing this post.. Fabulous share. Super yummy , mouthwatering . So warm and comforting for this chilled climate...

  4. Jane Doe

    This is on my to-do list now, I have been seeing this since sometime. We make it differently by stuffing the jaggery.

  5. Jane Doe

    InI my childhood days my mom used to make chinni Ka paratha but never had Gur paratha , your recipe tempts me do give it a try .Thanks dear for the lovely share !

  6. Jane Doe

    Wow!!! Sounds and looks so delicious and healthy! Need to try making this sweet paratha this winter. I love the combo of sweet parathas with spicy pickles! Awesome share dear :)

  7. Jane Doe
    The Girl Next Door

    We make gud rotis with a simple jaggery stuffing. My daughter loves them! I can only imagine how much more flavourful your rotis would be, with the addition of spices like fennel and cardamom! Great share! :)

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