how to make indian bhatura /no yeast recipe

how to make indian bhatura  /no yeast recipe

how to make famous indian bhaturaResemblance in anything doesn’t mean that they will have same character and behavior the very same thing applies for food too!yes,there is always a difference between bhaturas and puri’s even though they look the same.Bhaturas are chewy ,fluffy and thick but puris are not!In restaurants and functions they can make big round bhaturas fried in large kadai’s but at home to be more economical we make it smaller and that too for my son I have made it as mini bhaturas how to make famous indian bhaturawith oval shapes which he loved a lot but he was little confused whether it was a puri or something else.He was confused as am doing it for the first time and he was quite familiar with puri’s only.For this bhaturas kneading is more important you should knead it nicely to get perfect puffed up bhaturas.For puri’s we can make up our mind to have it with any possible kurma’s and masala’s but for bhatura it pairs up best only with chole or punjabi channa.For this you should allow the dough to rise up so we should rest it for at-least two hours which brings out sourness from curds and puffs up nicely.Its a very filling kind of dish and its a kids favourite breakfast/dinner. These bhatura’s are also done by adding yeast which am yet to try.

 

how to make indian bhatura /no yeast recipe

 

INGREDIENTS:

All purpose flour/maida – 2 cups
Milk – 1/4 cup
Curd – 1/2 cup
Oil – 2tsp
Cooking soda – 1/4 tsp
Salt to taste and oil for frying

 

METHOD:

1.Take maida in a bowl add salt,soda and oil mixture to it.
2.Then add curd and then milk,blend it nicely.
3.To form a dough(not too soft and sticky or hard)
4.knead and  keep closed for 3-4 hours.
5.After that knead for some time.
6.In-between heat kadai with oil.
7.Roll into desired shapes I have rolled oval but not too thin.
8.Fry in hot oil adjusting the flame then and there.
9.Take out in a tissue serve with chole/channa masala.

 

how to make famous indian bhatura /no yeast recipe

Prep Time: 4 hours

Cook Time: 30 minutes

how to make famous indian bhatura /no yeast recipe

Ingredients

  • All purpose flour/maida - 2 cups
  • Milk - 1/4 cup
  • Curd - 1/2 cup
  • Oil - 2tsp
  • Cooking soda - 1/4 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • oil for frying

Instructions

  1. Take maida in a bowl add salt,soda and oil mixture to it.
  2. Then add curd and then milk,blend it nicely.
  3. To form a dough(not too soft and sticky or hard)
  4. knead and keep closed for 3-4 hours.
  5. After that knead for some time.
  6. In-between heat kadai with oil.
  7. Roll into desired shapes I have rolled oval but not too thin.
  8. Fry in hot oil adjusting the flame then and there.
  9. Take out in a tissue serve with chole/channa masala.

Notes

Usually for bhaturas they roll it little thicker. You can roll it into any shapes you want,I have rolled it oval. This is one of the type of bhaturas done using curd. Fry it in hot oil adjusting the flame then and there so that bhaturas are perfectly cooked.

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Anu’s –  punjabi chole

Swati’s – coconut ladoo

Padma’s – Paneer capsicum paratha

 

 

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17 thoughts on “how to make indian bhatura /no yeast recipe

  1. love the perfectly puffed up delicious looking little bhaturas! Just reading through your write-up makes my mouth water, dear Vani. On seeing your scrumptious looking chole, the temptaion has multiplied 😀 loved the idea of mini bhatura for kids :))

  2. That Platter with the puffed up Bhaturas and the finger licking Choley is simply irresistible. As always the mesmerizing clicks have left me open eyed. The beautifully written post along with the tips and tricks to get the most perfect Bhatura makes this another brilliant post from you. The idea of the mini Bhaturas is also too good. Loved every bit of this post sweetie.

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