Matar Stuffed Baked Baatis

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February 19, 2015


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Technically Baatis, these delicious baked Whole-wheat Kachori like treats are a delicious alternative to Deep-fried Maida Kachoris! We love to eat them with spicy green chutney and some hot Tea or chilled Pudina Chaach!
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For the Baati/ Baafle dough
2 cup atta
1/2 cup sooji
1/2 cup besan
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Add 1/3 cup oil
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Mix in the oil and try to form loose muthis….as shown in the pic. If the muthis do not form, add a little more oil.
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Now using a little water make a stiff poori like dough.
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Break small portions of dough. Fill liberally with spicy peas and potato (optional) filling.
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Seal carefully and flatten into round discs.
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Boil water with a little salt and oil. Simmer Baatis in the water till they rise to the top.
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Using a wire mesh, gently take out baatis.
Place them in a clay pot lined with aluminum foil that has been rubbed with some ghee/oil.
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Brush the top of the baatis lightly with some ghee/olive oil for even uniform browning.
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Place clay pot in a cold oven. Then switch on oven to 375F and bake for about 1 1/2 hour.
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Flip sides in between.
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In the last 15 minutes….increase oven temperature to 400F and bake till the baatis turn a deep golden.
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For the filling:
Heat some oil. Splutter jeera. Follow with minced ginger and green chillies. After a minute add boiled peas and diced boiled potato (optional). Also add salt, red chili pwdr, dhania pwdr, amchur, garam masala and a little coarsely ground saunf. Bhuno for 5-6 minutes. Coarsely pound some of the peas and potato(if using), leaving some intact. Stir in some freshly chopped dhania and cook for another 2 minutes…ready!

Other related recipes of interest
Dal Baati/Baafle Indori Style!
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12 comments on “Matar Stuffed Baked Baatis

  1. July 3, 2014 Asmita

    This looks fabulous Ruchi!!! Wanted to ask alternative for clay pot,don’t have one. Is a cookie sheet lined with foil ok or may be a round cake pan?

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    • July 3, 2014 ruchiairen

      Cookie sheet lined with foil would work…though, the browning is better on a clay surface! You can try using a pizza stone if you have one…

      Reply
  2. July 3, 2014 Sonal

    Wow Ruchi! Can this be made without the clay pot?

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  3. July 3, 2014 Pooja

    Hi Ruchi,
    Really liked the idea of matar stuffed baatis. I am really big fan of baati. Can you please tell what all ingredients you have put in peas stuffing.
    Thanks

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    • June 13, 2015 ruchiairen

      The recipe for the peas stuffing is now included.

      Reply
  4. July 22, 2015 lubna

    Want recipe indorei type batis

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    • July 28, 2015 ruchiairen

      It is already posted on the blog. Just type in the search, you should be able to locate it quite easily.

      Reply
  5. July 26, 2015 Rema Ahmad

    Hi there, all of your recipes are exceptional and tasty. I have tried some of them and am willing to go through them all.

    Reply

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