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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Quick No Yeast Bhature | Fluffy Indian Fried Bread

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I don't have time to make the dough and rest it and make bhatura, so when all recipes asked to  make dough with yeast and rest it for good 2-3 hours, well its not suits my schedule. In 2-3 hours my kids will have diner and go to bed. So when I was looking for no yeast without resting recipe of bhatura, I find nothing. Then I read somewhere to add potatoes in flour and make the dough and you don't need to rest it , so came home, make chole, make khichdi and kadhi for hubby because he wanted to eat light and before that I made dough with potato and I added AP flour and whole wheat flour while the potato was warm so there was no need to add water and dough was soft enough. I boiled potato in microwave to save some time and it was done in 5 minutes. So in 45 minutes I made chole bhatura, Khichdi , kadhi and kids had fun eating this. So try it this quick no yeast recipe of bhatura.


Ingredients :

1 big boiled potato
1 cup All Purpose flour
1/2 cup whole wheat flour
Salt as per taste
2 tbsp. oil
Oil for Frying

Method:

Mesh boiled potatoes nicely, add both the flours , salt and oil and knead the dough.
Rest it for 5-10 minutes.


Make golf size balls and make circle as per your wish, I made big bhatura so I had it 10, if you wish you can make small size.
Heat the oil in big pan.
When oil is hot, fry bhatura till its brown on one side , flip it and cook on other side.
Take it out on paper towel and finish all bhatura.
Serve with chole, pickle and onion.








8 comments:

  1. Wow... that really sounds interesting... something that I would love to make since making batturas for me is also very dicey thanks to the resting time...

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    1. thanks Rafeeda, thats true with work and resting dough idea don't go together.

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  2. looks so yummy...feeling hungry again

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  3. We love Indian food and I'm sure my family would love to try this, looks fabulous:-)

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  4. I like the idea of making bhatura quickly by adding potatoes. My SIL adds a couple of slices of bread to the bhatura dough and it seems to work. Not tried it myself though.

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    1. Thanks Minaben, will try bread idea too sometime.

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