Firstly, boil water until it gets warm
Carefully add some warm water into the flour (Use a ladle if the water is too hot).
Start kneading the dough and keep adding water to knead until a thick dough is formed.
Take a small portion of the dough, make a round ball of the dough.
Dust some jowar flour on the surface of the area where the roti is to be rolled out.
Place the round ball on the dusted area and start patting the ball.
Pat the ball and keep pressing it until a round circular jowar roti is obtained.
Usually the roti is patted or beaten with the palm of your hand and pressed to get a circular roti.
Heat the tawa well.
Lift the roti very carefully and place it on the tawa such that the roti with the atta side should come on the top.
Take a muslin cloth dipped in water and move the muslin cloth all over the top of the roti to apply some water all over the roti.
When the water evaporates, flip the roti.
Cook the other side for few minutes.
Flip the roti again and press it so that the roti gets cooked well on all sides.
Flip the roti and cook all the sides until they are roasted well.
finally serve jowar bhakri with dry garlic chutney.