Thursday, 4 May 2017

Chole Bhature: Chole Bhature Recipe

Chole bhature is Punjabi's favorite dish.It is very spicy and delicious in taste.If you are prone to eat only food, then this is the best option you have.

Make it on Sunday morning and let your family enjoy something different at home.Let's make chole bhature at home today.

Chole Bhature Recipe

chole bhature recipe
  • Maida or cake flour-500gms   (You Can Purchase it by Clicking here)
  • Rawa- 100gms(optional)
  • Cured- 100gms(1/2cup)
  • Salt - 3/4 teaspoon
  • Sugar -1/2 teaspoon
  • Baking powder- 1tea spoon  (You Can Purchase it By Clicking Here)
  • Oil- to fry

How to Make Bhature-

Sive the maida and sooji in a bowl and add 2tablespoon oil, salt, baking powder, curd and sugar in it.Mix all the ingredients well with hands and knead the flour with luke warm water.

Cover the dough and keep it in any warm place in your homes like cupboard or drawers.
Heat oil in a pan to fry bhaturas.

Take a small portion of a dough (1 tablespoon) and roll into a small ball.Now put this ball on a rolling board and roll it into a thick flat disc of the desired size.Bhatura is little thick as compared to a puri.

Put the bhatura into the pan and press with the ladle so that is rises.Fry until it turns brown from both the sides.Spread a napkin on a paper plate and keep the bhatura on it.Prepare more bhaturas in the same manner.

Your bhatura is ready.You can also serve it with green coriander chutney.

Ingredients for Chana Masala/Chole-

  • Kabuli chana- 1bowl or 150gms   (You Can Purchase it By Clicking Here)
  • Baking soda - 1/4 teaspoon  (You Can Purchase it By Clicking Here)
  • Tea bag-1
  • Tomato - 3-4
  • Green chili- 3-4
  • Ginger - 1inch long piece
  • Refined oil- 2 tablespoon   
  • Cumin seeds- 1/2tea spoon   (You Can Purchase it By Clicking Here)
  • Anar dana - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Coriander powder - 1teaspoon   (You Can Purchase it By Clicking Here)
  • Red chili powder - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Garam masala - 1/2 teaspoon
  • Salt- according to the taste
  • Coriander leaves - 1/2teaspoon (chopped)

How to Make Chole Bhature-Method

Soak the chana overnight in water.

Wash the chana and boil them in the pressure cooker  (If you don't have a cooker, you Can Purchase  By Clicking Here)  with one small glass water, salt, and baking soda.Also, put a tea bag in the cooker.Close the lid of the cooker and let it boil for up to 1 whistle.

After the whistle lowers down the flame and boils for another 5 minutes.Turn off the flame and wait until the steam comes out.

Meanwhile, let's prepare the masala.Make a paste of tomato, green chili, and ginger.

Heat oil in a pan and tamper the cumin seeds in it.Now put anar dana seeds and coriander powder and red chili powder into the pan.Roast the masala and add tomato paste.

Roast the masala until the oil starts to float at the top of the masala.Pour 1 bowl water and let it boil.

Put the boiled chana into the curry and mix well with the help of a ladle.You can add more water to make the curry thin.

Cook the recipe for 2-3 minutes and add garam masala and coriander leaves to it.
Chola Masala is ready.Serve it with bhatura or parathas, chapati or naan.


  • Punjabi chole can be refrigerated and preserved for about 2-3 days for best results.
  • Bhatura once made should not ideally be refrigerated although there is no force stopping you.They taste best when they are made and served fresh out of frying pan.
  • Serve the chole bhature generally 2 bhaturas on a plate with a bowl of Punjabi chole, onion slices, green coriander chutney.

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