Bhatura is a soft and fluffy deep-fried bread from the North India and Punjab region, and is often eaten with chickpea curry, chhole or channe, making the classic dish chole bhature.
- All-purpose flour – 3 Cups
- Milk- 1/2 Cup
- Baking soda – ½ TSP
- Yogurt – ½ Cup
- Sugar – 1TSP
- Salt – As per the taste
- Oil – For frying
- Water – ½ to 1 cup
- Take pot and add all ingredients together axcept water and mix it well.
- Slowly add water to make smooth dough and knead it for minimum 7 to 10minutes.
- Cover dough with wet kitchen towel and rest this in warm place for minimum 4 to 5 hours.
- After resting time over, start to make bhatura like flat chapati (bread), meanwhile also take oil in pan for frying and keep it on high flame until it properly hot.
- After oil is enough hot, slowly add bhatura to it and fry it with both sides until it’s become golden brown.
- Take out on paper towel and serve it hot with any Punjabi curry or vegetables.
- Add 1 to 2 TBS of semolina while making dough; it will help to come out with crispy texture on bhatura.
- Press bhatura gently with specula while frying it. It will help to fill air inside bhatura and help to comes out with big and fluffy.