This time we are presenting here the authentic way of cooking Rajasthani Daal Baati, Churma. In Villages on all auspicious occasions people used to gather together and celebrate a day out in open Farms. For such gatherings food also be cooked on complete natural tandoor i.e. ashes made of dried cow dung cakes “Kandas”.
Authentic Way of Making Daal-Baati-Churma
Rajasthani Village Food
Below are some pictures of the whole process of making fire bed for Baati and Churma.
Step 1: Make stacks of dried cow dung cakes “Kanda” and fire them up.
Step 2: Beat up the remains after fire, when the smoke is coming out of it.
Step 3: arrange the wheat balls ( baati ) on the smoke bed.
Step 4: cover all the balls with ashes, so that they will be cooked evenly from all sides.
Step 5: once done sieve all the cooked balls and put them in a bag
Step 6: Shake the bag throughly to clean up the cooked balls.
Step 7: Take the clean balls out of bag, and clean the ashes again.
Now these cooked balls can be further used to make Churma or can be polished with lot’s of pure ghee to be served with Daal.