Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The Indian millet, Andropogon Sorghum. Also called juar.

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Examples

  • The traditional partner of zunka is bhakri, a thick flatbread made with whole grains such as jowar and bajra (these grains are not part of the Western diet, which is a pity, since they are very nutritious).

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • In monetary terms "jowar," as it is locally called, is perhaps India's third most valuable food plant, exceeded only by rice and wheat.

    7. Sorghum

  • The Katak Jolad Roti, ultra crisp jowar roti is from a neighborhood shop, 10 rotis for a mere Rs. 25.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The Katak Jolad Roti, ultra crisp jowar roti is from a neighborhood shop, 10 rotis for a mere Rs. 25.

    A Rustic Spread

  • This amti goes well with chapati, jowar/bajari/ragi roti as well a rice.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • If you want, you can use just a combo of besan/chickpea flour, wheat flour and jowar or bajra or both flours.

    Tuver Na Muthiya

  • I make tarla dalal style jowar muthias, trying with wheat flour today ... small correction, it's weekend breakfast blogging (not limited to baking alone) LOL -

    Weekend Lunch Series: Gota Bhajiyas

  • This amti goes well with chapati, jowar/bajari/ragi roti as well a rice.

    Oil free ChavaLichi Amti

  • I have seen a bajra flour and jowar flour both in Indian store.

    Bajarichi Bhakari

  • Grains rich in fibres are barley, oatmeal, maize, wheat flour, jowar, bajra, whole wheat, rice flakes, refined wheat flour (without husk) and puffed rice.

    Effective Home Remedies for Diabetes

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