Bhaturas are the perfect companion to any gravy spicy and mouth-watering enough. Primarily, they are served with equally yummy Chhole. But, Bhaturas are very tricky to make and therefore is an enigma to the food lovers out there. What if we tell you we have cracked the code to making perfect Bhaturas?
You can have it with whatever you feel like. Make sure the gravy is spicy enough to compliment the taste of these fluffy Bhaturas. Read below to learn about how to prepare these Bhaturas.
Have fun enjoying them to the fullest. Just make sure you have Gas-O-Fast handy; so that you can get instant relief from acidity in case you have had too much to eat.
- 3 cups Refined Flour
- 5 tbsp Semolina (Rava)
- 2 tbsp Baking Powder
- 3 tbsp Olive Oil Or Vegetable Oil
- 10 tbsp Thick Yogurt (Dahi)
- 4 to 5 tbsp Warm Water
- 3 cups Oil
- Salt as per taste
SERVINGS: 7-8 Bhaturas
- Sieve flour, semolina, salt and Baking Powder.
- Add yogurt, oil, warm water.
- Combine all with your fingers to knead. Knead for 15 to 20 mins unless it shapes into a smooth ball. The more you knead, the better your dough would be.
- Now cover this with a damp cloth and keep in a humid place. The best place would be in your oven with the light on.
- Form medium sized balls about 2 inches and roll them with a roller. Dust some flour before rolling.
- Shape them into round shape as you make Rotis but keep the thickness slightly thick than Rotis.
- Now take a deep frying pan and add oil. Wait until the oil is fuming. Gently place Bhaturas and fry one by one. Keep the gas on medium heat. Fry from both sides and it should be light golden brown.
- Place the fried Bhaturas on paper napkin to remove excess oil.
Yummy Bhaturas are ready to be enjoyed!
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