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2/20/2014

Bhatura (with Yeast and without Yeast)

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 Ingredients :( Recipe with Yeast)

All Purpose Flour ( Maida)-1 cup sifted
Salt-1/4 tsp
Oil-1 tsp
Sugar-1/2 tsp
Rapid Rise Yeast-1/2 tsp ( if using dry active yeast.dissolve it with the sugar in the warm water and let it foam up before adding to the flour)
Yogurt-1/4 cup (use thick yogurt)
Warm water-2 tbsp approx 
Oil- for deep frying

Method:-

Add all purpose flour and salt to a large bowl,mix well.Add oil  and incorporate it well into the flour.
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Add sugar and Rapid Rise Yeast and mix.
Add yogurt and warm water (slowly) to form a soft dough.Knead for 4-5 minutes until smooth and elastic.
Drizzle a few drop of oil to coat the dough,cover with a damp paper or cloth towel and let it rest in a warm place for 1 hour.
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Heat oil for deep frying.
Knead dough once again and divide into 4-5 equal portions.Lightly coat rolling surface with  flour and roll out doing into a approx 5-6 inch round (note: dough tends to stretch back so make round bigger then needed).
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Carefully slide bhatura into the hot oil and gently keep pressing down with a slotted spoon until it puffs up.
Flip bhatura to other side and gently press into the oil.Cook for 30 secs to 1 minutes,until golden brown,and remove onto a paper towel lined plate.Continue with remaining bhature.
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Serve hot with Chole or Chana Masala.
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Ingredients:-(Recipe without Yeast)

All purpose flour (Maida)- 2 cup
Semolina - 3 tbsp (sooji)
Baking Soda-1 tsp
Salt-1/2 tsp
Oil- 1 tbsp
Sugar-1/2 tsp
Yogurt-4 tbsp
Warm Water to knead into a dough
Oil - for deep frying

Method:-

Add together all purpose flour,baking soda and salt into a large bowl.Add oil and incorporate well into flour.Add sugar,semolina,yogurt,warm water (slowly) and knead to form a soft dough.Knead for 4-5 minutes until soft and elastic.
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Drizzle a few drop of oil to coat the dough,cover with a damp paper or cloth towel and let it rest in a warm place for 3 to 4 hour.
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Heat oil for deep frying.
Knead dough once again and divide into 4-5 equal portions.
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Lightly coat rolling surface with oil and roll out dough into a approx 5-6 inch round
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carefully slide bhatura into the hot oil and gently keep pressing down with a slotted spoon until it puffs up.Flip bhatura to other side and gently press into the oil.Cook for 30 secs ,until golden brown,and remove onto a paper towel lined plate.Continue with remaining bhature.
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Serve hot with Chana Masala.

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37 comments:

Sowmya Madhavan

Nice recipe

Divya Prakash

Bhatura looks perfectly made.. Nice that you have given two different recipes with and without yeast.. It is one of my favorite in any restaurant, never tried at home so far though..

Sangeetha Nambi

Mouthwatering here !

Sangeetha Priya

its my fav, good post with 2 versions and very neatly explained!!!!

nandoos Kitchen

Batura looks very fluffy and perfectly made.

Razina Javed

Lovely bhaturas, I appreciate ur effort in clicking step step pics in detail for both the types...

Bhawna Bagri

Never tried bhatura with yeast...looks perfect...will try this version too...

Asiya Omar

Yummy batura. looks awesome.

Hamaree Rasoi

Lovely and tasty looking bhatura. Looks so soft and tempting.
Deepa

Shobha

I love chana bhatura .. and I prefer the ones with yeast.. I feel they are a bit lighter.

Sireesha Puppala

Never knew we add yeast to puris wondering how the texture comes in restuarant nice

Sandhya Khattri

Thanks for sharing recipe with step by step images, these are veryhelpful.

Sanoli Ghosh

What an effort! Exactly documented the bhatura recipe. So perfectly made, bookmarked your two versions of this recipe.

Anu Anand

Love both ways, Taste yum with chole.

Sony P

Bhatura looks perfectly made...... Tasty too ! Happy to follow you will be happy if you follow me back dear!

Resna Nishad

Perfect bhatura...loved both version...thank you for visiting my blog I honored..

Ruxana Gafoor

awesome baturas...both look just perfect

Preetha Soumyan

Batura.. i have made it only once at home... nicely presented and well explained....which one was better???

Menaga sathia

very nice recipe,looks awesome!!

Rani acharyulu

Delicious fluffy batura looks yummy!

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover

Thanks for sharing! Look exactly like those I seen outside shops~

Reshmi Mahesh

Bhatura looks so perfect and yummy...Loved both the recipes...

Kitchen Boffin

mmm.. i have always been searching for a perfect batura recipe.. this sounds like it..
God! those pictures are killing me ;)

Raksha

Nice one

Ambreen (Simply Sweet n Savory)

I'm really intrigued by these tempting pictures. Looks fabulous!

Hema Vijai

I have made it only without the yeast, yummy with the chole..

Harini M

Bhatura looks so tempting and well explained,happy to follow you,will be glad if you follow me back :)

Asiya Baig

Looks delicious!

Simi J

An all time favorite! LOVE IT

Vikis Kitchen

Homemade bhatura looks very nice and delicious dear. Superb clicks.

Vikis Kitchen

Bhatura at home is really a treat dear. Looks superb.

Teena Mary

Ahh...I'm hungry seeing the Channa Battura :) Looks perfectly made!

Katerina

Both pitas look perfect!

Saranya Balaji

my fav one dear but i never tried in home...looks so yumm...well explained...

Chitra Ganapathy

Wow, its in my try list for long time.U have made it very well :)

Sweta Biswal

Nice and simple !!! This is something that most of us cant do without!!!

suhaina aji

awesome recipes and well expalined

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