Barnyard Millet is also called as bhagar or sama ke chawal or variche tandul. Itâ€™s a very popular in Maharashtra and mainly consumed in fasting. Easily available throughout the year and variety of dished can be prepared using this millet. I have prepared crepes or ghavan or dosa using Barnyard Millet. This can be eaten in fasting as well.
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Barnyard Millet or Bhagar or Sama ke Chawal â€“ 2cups
Water â€“ 2cups for soaking
Oil â€“ 3-4 tbsp.
Salt as per taste
Soak Barnyard Millet or Bhagar in water overnight. Next day blend the same in blender till smooth batter.
Add salt, a tablespoon oil. Add water if required, adjust the consistency of the batter to ensure it is not very thick not very thin.
In a nonstick pan drizzle oil. Spread all over with rubber spatula. Pour a ladle full or two, batter evenly in a thin round shape.
Cover it with a plate for 3-5 seconds. Remove plate and flip it when the edges begin to rise from the pan. Cook it from other side too.
Serve hot with coconut chutney.
It goes well with any curry, chutney or tea, coffee.
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