Dal Bati Churma is a traditional Rajasthani dish consisting of three components: dal (lentil curry), bati (baked wheat dumplings), and churma (sweet crumbled wheat). The dal is prepared by cooking lentils with a blend of spices and herbs to create a flavorful and creamy curry. Bati is made by mixing wheat flour, ghee (clarified butter), and spices to form a dough, which is then shaped into round balls and baked in a traditional clay oven or tandoor until golden and crisp. Churma is made by crushing or grinding roasted wheat, which is then mixed with ghee and sugar to create a sweet and crumbly texture. The combination of dal, bati, and churma creates a wholesome and balanced meal that is rich in flavors and textures. It is typically served with ghee, curd (yogurt), and pickles, making it a delightful and fulfilling Rajasthani delicacy.