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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

A Weekend Breakfast Chole Bhature

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This weekend the weather was nice .. Not that much hot . Normally june to august is the hottest seasons over here .After that weather starts changing & weather becomes nice & cold . But yesterday it was little cold & hazzy weather . I normally make something special for breakfast every weekend insted of cake / bread , milk- cornflakes . & this time when my dear hubby wanted to have chole - bhature I thought why not make as per his request .

So here is the recipe :-



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Ingredients :-

1. 5 cups white refined flour .
2. 1 cup yogurt .
3. 1 tsp salt .
4. 2 tsps ghee for kneading & extra for frying bhatures .
5. 1 tsps sugar .
6. 1/2 tsp yeast .
7. Water.

Method :-

1. Mix the yeast with half a cup of luke warm water and keep aside for ten minutes.
2. Now sieve the flour and salt together .
3. Mix the ghee and the sugar with the flour.
4. Add the yogurt and dissolved yeast .
5. Add little more luke warm if necessary.
6. Knead well until the dough becomes soft and pliable.
7. Cover it with a wet cloth and keep aside for two hours.
8. Heat the ghee in a kadai .
9. Make small balls and roll them , spread a little with your palms to make it bit elongated ( tear shaped) and fry in hot ghee until golden brown.
10.Served these bhature with some spicy chole .


They came out very nice & tasty . I am sending this recipe to dear Divya , who is hosting the event called "Show me your Breakfast!" .

20 comments:

Hari Chandana P said...

looks spicy and delicious.. very tempting snaps dear... awesome job!!

Padma said...

One of my fav combo Dolon.. looks yummy and nice entry :)

Nithya said...

I just love this dish a lot. I can afford to have it everyday too.. Your looks absolutely tempting. :)

Vibaas said...

wow! what a yummy breakfast! :)

Soma said...

What a luxurious breakfast. It 's been ages since i made bhature at home! Lovely.

Pooja said...

Looks so delicious n perfect :)

ARUNA said...

bhatura looks so fluffy and tempting!!!!

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Wow - lovely chole bhature...

Raks said...

This is a combo I wud die for,looks so very nice:)

Gita Jaishankar said...

Nice pictures...this my favorite weekend dinner...a true comfort food :)

lubnakarim06 said...

Oh wow...delectable combo......feeling hungry.....

Vani said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by my blog, Dolon! Love your name! The chhole bature look good. You have cake for breakfast? Nice! :)

Sharmila said...

I like your not using any onion paste in the chole. This is an all time favoutrite Dolon! :-)

Doloncookbook said...

@ Hari Chandana : Thanks dear for these nice words ...

@ Padma : Thanks dear .

@ Nithya : Yes me too . I love this food ..

@ Vibas , pooja , Aruna , Home Cooked Oriya Food , Gita , Raks Kitchen & Kitchen flavours: Thanks for all the lovely comments from you all .

@ Soma : I love this food so i make sometimes . But that day I made this only for my dear hubby's request ....

@ Vani : Thanks for visiting . Hope to see you again . We have tea cakes at breakfast , not those cream cakes daer ....

@ Sharmila : No I don't use onion paste & garlic paste most of the time . I don't like them . Thanks for liking .....
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Indian Khana said...

Wow you made so much for b'fast :)...lucky your near ones :)..bhatura looks so gud...just perfect

Unknown said...

Aamar priyo akta dish...looks yum...ekhhuni khete echhe korche......:P

Parita said...

Thats a perfect breakfast for a relaxing weekend!i can have this anytime:)

kittymatti said...

wow.. Im drooling here

Unknown said...

That is a really yummy filling breakfast! Thanks for sending it to Show Me Your Breakfast Event!

EC said...

Wow..this is my favourite breakfast..looks so tempting