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Upload date:October 02, 2013

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'Dal-Baati-Churma, consisting of three items of bati, dal (lentils), and churma, is a Rajasthani dish. It is commonly eaten at festivities, including religious occasions, wedding ceremonies, and birthday parties in Rajasthan. Dal is a central Indian variation made from toovar boiled with tomatoes, bay leaves, cardamom, tamarind, whole dried red chillies, and cumin. Baati is made up of jowar and is harder than the wheat bread, baati are always eaten with hot dal with pure ghee, chutney and pickle. Churma is a popular delicacy usually served with baatis and dal. It is coarsely ground wheat crushed and cooked with ghee and sugar. Traditionally it is made by mashing up wheat flour baatis or leftover rotis in ghee and jaggery, optionally mixed with dry fruits and flavours. It can be eaten alone or with dal.'
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