chola bhatura new food recipe

in food •  last year 


How to make Chole Bhature

for the Chole: Soak the chickpeas for six hours overnight. Cook extra water and pressure for half an hour, with 5 dry amla pieces. Heat the oil in a pot. Cumin seeds Ajwain Now it contains bay leaf, Gale Green chili, ginger, and saute. Add the tomatoes and saute. Put the boiled chole and the rest of the masala and cook for ten minutes. Garnish with tomato slices of green chilies, and ginger Julian and sliced corriander. Enjoy with lemon and green mint chutney for bhature: Create flour, salt, oil and yogurt with lukewarm water. The dough must be completely soft. Cover and let it rest for five hours fermentation. It will increase a bit. And now plaid the dough and flatten it with a rolling pin. Fry deep into the hot oil. Keep the pressure with laddles while frying the flowers so that they right up. Serve hot with the ready chole. My suggestion: While keeping the dough of bhature to knead it is very loose as possible to get the right bhature.

Ingredients to make Chole Bhature

1 katori Kabuli Chana
1 tbsp Olive oil
4-5 dry Amla
1 tsp Cumin seeds/ ajwain
1 bayleaf
1 tsp Chilli Powder
1 tsp corriander powder
1 chopped Tomato
1 tsp Salt/ as per taste.
1 tsp dry Mango Powder
1 tsp Anardana powder
1 tsp Ginger juliennes
1 tsp Green Chillies chopped
1 tsp Chopped corriander
3-4 Lemon wedges
For Bhature :
300 gns refined Flour
1/2 cup Curd
1 tsp Salt
1 tbsp Oil
Oil for frying

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I should try it out. It looks super delicious. ;)