Jaipur! What comes to your mind when you hear this word? Pink city, Hawa Mahal and camels on the road? But you can see monuments and animals anywhere in the world! Then what makes Jaipur so famous that people from all around the world come here in huge numbers? If you ask me, the specialty lies in the people of this city… …and their stories are a delight for the tourists! Now, if we talk about the camel ride or Rawat’s Kachori… …Bandhej dupattas from Bapu Bazar or the puppet shows happening in front of the mahals! One thing that is famous about Rajasthan since ages is its inspiring women… …who maintain their dignity and their strength! So, we’ll meet an inspiring woman today who, with her skills, has made a place in the hearts of people… …who visit Jaipur! When a person stands at their final destination, then the path they covered looks very easy! But, you know what? The journey is always hard! Today we’ll meet Seema ji, who is a renowned home chef in Jaipur! She cooks delicious food at her home and also invites tourists to come and learn from her! After fighting against our conservative Indian society, Seema ji is an established, independent home chef! And her interesting story pulled us to Jaipur all the way from Delhi! Today, she’ll cook for us Jaipur’s famous Dal Bati Churma and Gatte ki Sabzi! And yes, today we have a quiz for you! So, make sure you watch the video till the end because you can win… …an Usha appliance! So anyway, stay tuned till the end and we’ll head to meet Seema ji to know her story! Hi Seema ji! Hi Pallavi! Hi, nice to meet you! Same here! So Seema ji, tell me something about yourself! Born in Jaipur, brought up in Gujarat and did my high school from Maharashtra! Oh! Yes! So, it’s been a long journey till here! But, I was a very pampered daughter who never did a single work at home! Seema ji, what was your main aim to start this work? To make an identity for myself! And you’ve already done that! Seema ji is an amazing and renowned chef that people come here from around the world to taste her food! Infact, people have come from Korea to taste her authentic home cooked Rajasthani food! No, people came from Korea to visit Jaipur since it’s a tourist city! So, the footfall of tourists is huge here! Yes, this is true! Jaipur is rich when it comes to tourism! Infact guys, Delhi – Jaipur – Agra, the golden triangle, which one do tourists visit the most? Tell us in the comments! Okay, so, I too should learn something from you, right? Sure, Pallavi! First we’ll cook Gatte ki Sabzi! Don’t cut it with the knife! Just put it in the chopper, it will make your work easy! And how much garlic? We’ve added gram flour, oil, ajwain and salt to the flour! We’ll add some fennel and some black pepper to this! So, our flour is almost ready! Almost done and we’ll boil some water! And on one side we’ll prepare the gatta! This is an advantage of a stove with four burners! We couldn’t work swiftly on the old ones! So, what will we do for the gravy? For the gravy we’ll add some ghee! We’ve added ghee and now we’ll mix all the spices in the curd! Red chilli powder! Oh, that’s a lot of red chilli! It should show the essence of Rajasthani food! Ghee and red chilli! Yes, ghee, red chilli, spices! Meanwhile, should I roll this? Yes, please do! Our ghee is hot now so, we’ll add ginger and garlic to this! We won’t leave this for long else it’ll burn! We’ll add 1-2 cloves! And because we have to add curd to this, we’ll turn off the stove else the curd will turn sour! This was a great tip by Seema ji! We’ll add the curd slowly to this! We’ll add the Gatte to the boiling water! I had a strong inclination towards designing! I went to college but, meanwhile I got engaged, got married! So, whatever came my way I had to accept it! I didn’t have a choice! So, I accepted that! We came here but I never stopped trying! Now we’ll start the preparation of the Bati! We’ve taken flour here and we’ve added some raw flour to it! If you don’t have raw flour, you can add semolina too! We’ll add salt to this! Ajwain! Some baking soda! And ghee! Without which Rajasthani food is incomplete specially Bati! How do we actually make Bati? Originally, Bati was made on coal or woods and the taste was entirely different but now, it’s not possible to… …set up a hearth at home and sit in front of it! Some people still do it commercially but, it’s not practically… …possible at home so, we’ll use our OTG which will make our work easy! Our flour for Bati is ready! Should I pre-heat the oven? Yes, we’ll have to pre-heat it! On what temperature? 180! For the seasoning of the dal we need tomatoes, which we’ll chop! Should we add it to the chopper or blend it? We have to blend it! I faced many challenges because I had kids and I had responsibilities so, to move out and work wasn’t an… …option because to convince your family to go out and work was difficult! You’re well off so what is the need? So, it was necessary to make people understand that it wasn’t a need, but it’s important to make your own identity! It takes time but when you have an interest towards something, if you work towards it with determination… …then everything is possible! So, we’ve chopped the Gatte now that they have cooled down! We’ll add this to the gravy! We’ll keep it for 5-7 minutes and then add water! So that it absorbs all the gravy! So, when I came here I saw I’ll have to cook and do everything! You had to take over the kitchen and everything! Yes, I had to take over! My other two sisters-in-law learnt everything from our mother-in-law! And when they asked me to cook… …I felt unsure! Yes, and you can’t say that no, I don’t know how to cook! I started cooking with God’s name and surprisingly it was good! Infact, my son always used to say that mom you’ll do something some day! You’ll be a chef someday! So, I said that I don’t want to be a chef but he was always very positive about me that don’t be worried… …you’ll have an identity one day! So sweet! And when an 8 year old says this, you get great strength because if children believe in you then… …even you should believe in yourself! This is the water in which we boiled the Gatta! Look at the color! Definitely I feel very proud that if a person thinks something from their home, they can achieve it! Nothing is impossible! How long will it take now to cook? I can’t wait anymore! Just 5-10 minutes more! We’ll set this on the table now! I am feeling very hungry now! If you are feeling hungry only by the aroma then it should even look appealing! You’re absolutely right! Presentation is so important because that does the job! So, how do you serve your food to the guests? To make them feel at home, we serve it in the same way we have it in our home! They take it on their own! Self service! Yes, self service!! You should feel at home! Let them enjoy and you also enjoy! Till then, I guess the guests have arrived… …so, please attend to them! Okay, I’ll see! Please come soon! Hello! Hi everyone! Welcome to India! How are you? All good? Okay, lovely! We’ve been preparing an amazing meal for you all day! A traditional, local Rajasthani meal! So, some amazing dishes! How’s your day been? It was good, thank you! So, what all did you see today?/ Hawa Mahal, it was beautiful! Oh, Hawa Mahal, lovely! Hello! This is our chef for the day, Seema ji! How are you all? Okay! So, let’s have food now! Awesome! Everyone’s hungry, right? Let’s eat! It’s amazing! I made everything! Yes, why not! Pallavi made everything! Please, join us! Guys, wait! Like I said, there is an exciting contest in the end of this video so, make sure you watch till the end! For now, I’m feeling very hungry so, come! So, now I’ll show you how to eat this! So, this is clarified butter! Ghee! And that you put on your Bati! And now, this Dal! Put it on this! So, how did you guys like it? Oh, it’s very nice! Thank you so much for preparing this! Thank you for coming over! Now, we’ll quickly finish this because I want to roam around in Jaipur with you! Sure! Okay, so we’ll roam around in Jaipur then! And we’ll digest this too! Oh, yes! That is very important! And now guys, it’s contest time! It’s a very easy contest! You just have to tell us your version of the Dal Bati Churma recipe… …and you can win Usha’s On The Go Blender! Also, make sure you follow hashtag #UshaCook and #UshaCookOfficial And to know the recipe of what we made today with Seema ji, check the description box! So Seema ji, let’s go! No, you should go and enjoy! But… No, you’ve come to Jaipur so, enjoy! I’ve come on a holiday to Jaipur so, I’ll enjoy! Let’s go! How do people from all around the world reach out to you? How do they find Seema Sethi? Through Authenticook! Authenticook is a platform for home chefs! They’ve provided a platform for home chefs to cook their food! It’s based online!

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

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  2. Can you please stop saying about commenting on the video. It should be viewers initiative to do so. You sound very desperate when you keen insisting.

  3. #UshaCookand #UshaCookOfficial

    DAAL BATI khaao prabhu k gun gaao😍🤗

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    😋😋😋😋 Dal Baati Churma
    (Rajasthani Cuisine)

    Ingredients:
    For Baati
    • 2 cups Whole Wheat flour
    • 1 tbsp Semolina
    • ½ tsp Baking powder
    • 1 tsp salt
    • 2 tbsp Ghee, melted
    • Water
    For Churma
    • 2-3 Baaties
    • ¼ Cup roughly powdered Nuts (almond, pistachio & cashew)
    • 1 teaspoon Cardamom-nutmeg powder
    • powdered Sugar as per taste
    • 2 tablespoons Ghee, melted

    😋😋😋 For Dal
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    • 1 cup Mixed Lentils, washed and soaked in water (Green moong dal, Chana dal, Toor dal)
    • 2 tbsp Ghee
    • 1 bay leaf
    • 3 cloves
    • 1 tsp cumin Seeds
    • 2 dried Red Chillies
    • 1 tsp Turmeric powder
    • 1 Medium sized Onion, chopped
    • 1 tablespoon Ginger Garlic paste
    • 1 tsp green chili chopped
    • 1 medium sized Tomato, chopped
    • 1 tsp red chili powder
    • ½ teaspoon Garam Masala
    • 1 tablespoon Lemon Juice
    • Salt to taste
    • Chopped Cilantro
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    DIRECTIONS
    For the Baati
    1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the wheat flour, semolina, baking powder and salt to taste, add ghee and mix well into crumbs. Slowly add water and knead into firm dough. Cover the dough and set it aside for about 30 minutes.
    2. Make lemon sized balls of the baati dough. Knead each ball well till it is smooth and supple.
    3. Make a deep cross in center of each baati.
    4. Place the baati on a baking tray.
    5. Place the tray in the preheated oven at 200 degree, for 20-22 minutes or until golden brown.
    6. Remove the baked baati from the oven and dip them in melted ghee for 5-10 minutes.
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    For the Dal
    1. Combine the mixed dal (washed & soaked for 1 hour), 3-4 cups of water 1 tsp turmeric powder and salt in a pressure cooker, mix well and pressure cook for 3 whistles. Heat the ghee, add cloves, bay leaf and cumin seeds. When they splutter, add the dry red chilies, finely chopped onion, ginger-garlic paste and chopped green chili.
    2. Cook till the onions turn translucent. Then add all spices along with chopped tomato and cooked mixed dal with the water.
    3. Add lemon juice and mix well. Garnish with fresh chopped cilantro.
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    For the Churma
    1. Once baati have cooled down, break 2-3 baati into small pieces and place them in a food processor.
    2. Buzz them into a grainy crumb to make the churma.
    3. Transfer it into a mixing bowl and add roughly powdered cashew, pistachio and almonds, cardamom-nutmeg powder and sugar. Stir in the ghee and mix well.

    Here I have Served Dal-Baati- Churma with chili-garlic chutney…😋😋😋😋

  4. #ushacook #uskacookofficial My mom make dal bhati churma every weekend because its our favourite family dish 😋😋

    Ingredients – 1 cup wheat flour

    1/2 tablespoon semolina

    1 tablespoon ghee

    1 pinch salt

    1/4 cup soaked,washed & dried green moong dal

    1/2 tablespoon washed & dried chana dal

    1/2 tablespoon ghee

    1/4 teaspoon garam masala powder

    1/2 teaspoon powdered red chilli

    1/8 teaspoon turmeric

    1/4 teaspoon coriander powder

    1/2 tablespoon lemon juice

    2 pinches salt

    1/2 tablespoon coriander leaves

    1/4 inch grated ginger

    1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds

    1/4 teaspoon mustard seeds

    2 cup water

  5. Myself Saba Khan Bhati from Jodhpur Rajasthan. I had love marriage with Marwadi and basically I am Muslim so I do make daal baati and all Rajasthani dish but I make it in chulha.. I love cooking and the thing which makes me different from other is I mix Muslim and marwadi way of cooking in a dish which makes my dish different..

  6. This is my all time favourite dish…but My version is
    Baafla bati with Urad daal and stone grind churma……..yummm tasty

  7. i am from jaipur , agar aap bati ko soft karna hai to usme milk dale jisse bati bhot soft banti h . bati ke saath masala bati ho to fir kya khane.

  8. Wow she made all the food looks so easy and mouth watering. And, the intro of jaipur was beautiful also 😍 except the stereotype of camels on our roads…They don't roam everywhere as it is always shown.

  9. من يقرأ رسالتي يتفضل بزيارة قناتي

  10. السلام عليكم ورحمة الله معكم نعيمة جوهر من مدينة مكناس ام لطفلين يتيمين الاب رغم وجوده في الحياة يعني انا مطلقةبطفلين والحمد لله . احاول ان اجلب قوت يومي انا واطفالي بلقمة الحلال عملت هذه القناة خاصة بميدان التطريز والصناعة التقليدية لكي اعزز المنتوج المغربي الاصيل وفي نفس الوقت ان لا امد يدي لاحد غير الله . الله يجازيك بالف خير متنساوش تدعموني بالمتابعة وتفعيل الجرس ليصلكم الجديد وفي نفس الوقت اكتساب حسنة الله يجازيكم بخير اسم القناة. عبر اليوتوب.
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  11. our version of daal bati is to dip hot batis in ghee and then serve these soaked batis and for churma we use maava and we made them in ladoos form which makes it delicious

  12. Just asked my mom for the recipe that she uses and i know this tastes amazing
    For making bhati
    Flour -2cups
    Ghee -1/2 cup
    Curd. -1tbsp
    Sooji -1tsp
    Baking soda- pinch
    Salt to taste

    For dal
    Urad dal soaked in water – 3/4cup
    Rajma-2cups
    GnG paste – 2 tbsp
    Chopped tomatoes and onion – 2-3
    Green chillis , ghee, cream, oil, coriander leaves

    Churma
    Atta – 1/2 cup
    Warm water – 2tbsp
    Curd-2tbsp
    Ghee

    Procedure :-
    Bhati
    Prepare a dough and make small balls out of it and keep them aside for an hour
    Bake them till golden brown

    Choorma
    Sift the flour and add warm water to make the dough stiff
    Make round balls and bake them
    Once done then crubble the balls

    And dal bhatti churma is done
    Hope to win this for my mom

  13. I make my bati with wheat flour with little bit ajwain and sounf
    N I make my dal with green moong and chana dal. With garlic tadka

  14. Delhi jaipur Agra ye city India ke diamond hai tooriesm sabse jada Delhi ka hai kyon ki capital hai 😊

  15. bati recipi
    wheat aata ma thodo mota aata or suji levo.phir usme salt,ajwine,meetha soda,ghee thi lot bandhvo.
    pachi oven ne 180 digree uper pree hit kari bati na , round shape aapi back karvi.