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Batura

One big poori with chole with it. A dish that I never used to order as I would not eat Pooris when in India. However now that its a favourite of M, I have now got used to it. I could manage to make a pluffy Batura here. Lets goahead and see the recipe now :

Ingredients:
Maida : 1 cup (All Purpose flour)
Wheat Flour : 1 cup
Baking powder : qtr tea spn
Sugar : half tea spn
Sooji : 1-2 tbl spoon (Rava)
Butter milk : half cup
Milk or Water
Salt
Oil for frying

Method of preparation : In a bowl add Maida, Wheat Flour, Baking powder, Sugar, Sooji and Salt and mix well now add Butter milk and for the rest of the mositure add appropriate qty water or Milk.
Make a little tighter dough than the usual chappati dough. Allas put a little oil and spread it all over the dough and rest this for 1-2 hrs.
After that make small dumplings and roll it evenly. Heat oil in a pan for frying, drop the rolled dough into the oil and press it using a skimmer so that the bubble that would be formed becomes bigger. Just one bubble would make it blow big. Serve with Chole.

* Normally Batura is made only with Maida and not Wheat Flour. However I used Wheat Flour as we cant eat much when its done with Maida alone. However made the taste remains the same.

* Serve it immediately as you prepare it. The baturas stays puffed for 10 to 15 min after its made.


Recipe Marathon # 2 - check out my co-marathon runners 1) DK 2) Siri3) Srivalli 4)Ranji5)PJ6)CurryLeaf7)Medha8)Bhawna9)Raaji10)Ruchii11)Anu12)Kamala 13)Roopa 14)Divya Kudua15)Rekha16)Divya M17)Lakshmi18)Raaga 19)Lakshmi Venkatesh 20)Sripriya21)Viji22)Kamalika23)Pavani24)Karuna25)Priya

7 comments:

Srivalli said... November 12, 2008 at 9:01 AM  

This is wonderful!..I think this is the first time I am here...or have I been ??.

Roochi said... November 12, 2008 at 9:18 AM  

Thanks Srivalli. I am a new born for blogging... So guess this is your first visit. I am looking thru the events in your blog. Thanks Roochi

divya said... November 12, 2008 at 11:15 AM  

Hi Roochi,

Great to see you running the Marathon with us. U seem to have done everything for the marathon on your own! Thats great :) Can u just send me you e-mail so that I can send you an updated code to be added at the end of ur list. Great to have u running with us :)

DK
culinarybazaar.blogspot.com

Medhaa said... November 12, 2008 at 2:49 PM  

Hi Welcome, really nice to have you run the marathon. THe batura looks delicious and chole batura are made for each other

Madhu said... November 12, 2008 at 5:50 PM  

Hi Roochi,
Welcome to RM, We have a similar blog names. Nice recipes...Batura looks lovely.
Nice to run with you, you can update my blog link along with other marathoners. Thanks.

Madhu/Ruchii

Bhawana said... November 12, 2008 at 6:22 PM  

Yuyyyyyyyyyyyymy bhatura u posted, where is chole??? :).

karuna said... November 13, 2008 at 10:37 AM  

nice and fluffy bhaturas. nice to see u too in the race....

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