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Bhature  is a perfect accompaniment to chhole or chickpeas and is a very popular Sunday brunch in many Indian families.



2 cup self-raising flour

¾ cup yogurt

½ tsp salt

¼ cup semolina (optional)

2 tbsp oil


Knead into soft dough.

Let it rise for about 4 hours.

With greased palms, make small balls, and roll into rounds. If you experience any difficulty while rolling, place the ball in between two sandwich bags. This makes rolling very easy.

Deep fry in hot oil.

Serve hot.

Click here to follow the acclaimed cookbook author Tarla Dalal’s recipe for Chhole-Bhature.


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  1. Pingback: Bhature: Indian Bread | Spice Rack

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