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Dal Baati Recipe

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About the Recipe

Rajasthan's favourite, dal baati is a heavenly combination often served with a sweet dish of choorma. Made with a dough, deep fried in ghee, dal baati is an ideal dinner option in winters. You can also make this recipe on special occasions and festivals and it will definitely please all your guests.


aamchoor powder|atta|Chilli powder|dhania powder|For the filling:|Garam Masala|ghee|Haldi|heeng powder|hinger|jeera|milk|peas|salt|suji


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