Chole bhature is a food dish popular in the Northern areas of the Indian subcontinent. It is a combination of chana masala (spicy white chickpeas) and bhatura/puri, a deep-fried bread made from maida. Chole bhature is often eaten as a breakfast dish, sometimes accompanied with lassi. It can also be street food or a complete meal and may be accompanied with onions, pickled carrots, green chutney or achaar. Vbhatura is usually served with sliced onion, lemon wedges, and spicy chickpea curry, chana masala, or chole masala. the combination of these two makes an ideal meal. generally, chole bhatura is eaten with yogurt based beverage lassi.
socked Chole(white chickpea)
Fresh coreander leaf
How to make chole:
Take 2 tsp oil in a deep cooker. Add 1 chopped onion and fry till golden brown.
Add 1 chopped tomato, ginger garlic paste, and 1 tsp salt. Fry until the tomato is soft.
Add some spices like turmeric powder, coriander powder, jeera powder, and Kashmiri mirch powder and fry till the spices release the oil.
Then add soaked white chickpea and fry for a minute.
Add 4 cups water and salt(according to the water). Press the cooker and cook for 6 whistles on medium flame.
Add fresh coriander leaf in the chole.
How to make Bhatura:
Take 2 cup maida in a bowl.
Add 1 tsp salt and 1 boiled potato. Mix well.
Take 1 cup of curd and kneed the maida dough from the curd. Do not use the water for the dough.
Make a medium soft dough and keep it rest for at least 2 hours.
After 2 hours dough is ready for bhatura.
Take a medium-sized ball of maida dough and make a large-size puri. (Puri may be round and oval in shape).
Take hot oil in the pot, and deep fry the bhatura puri. (Make sure the oil is very hot only then will the bhatura bloom)
Chola Bhatura is ready to serve. Enjoy with pickle, chutney, and onion.