Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Choley Bhature&Awards

Baisakhi is also known as Vaisakhi or Vasakhi is a New Year festival celebrated in the Punjab region. Baisakhi is a Sikh religious festival and marks beginning of a new solar year, and new harvest season.
Baisakhi falls on 13 April as per the Gregorian calendar. According to the solar Nanakshahi calendar it is the first day of the Baisakh month


Choley bhature is a lip-smacking and spicy recipe that is prevalent in the northern parts of India. A combination of choley (chick peas) and bhature (fried breads that resemble poori), the dish is a typical Punjabi food, which is usually eaten as a breakfast or lunch, accompanied with lassi. The dish is served with onions and pickle. It has emerged as one of the popular street foods in northern India and a hit in the college campuses across the region. On the glorious occasion of Baisakhi, eating choley bhature nice way to kick-start the day
My recipe of both choley and bhature is little different without onion and garlic. u try this and taste is yum!!!!!
CHOLEY
Ingredients:
choley-250gm
chanadal-4tbsp boiled and mashed
choley masala-4tsp(homemade)
red chilly powder-1/2 tsp
green chilli-2
tomato-1 puree
ginger-1tsp
tamrid plup-1tbsp
comminseeds-1/2 tsp
tejpatta-2
salt to taste
coriander leaves
Method
Boil chana in pressure cooker for 1/2 an hour addind little amla powder. Keep aside.
heat oil in a pan add cumminseeds and tejpatta when splutter add green chilli and  chana masala fry for one miute.Add tomato puree,ginger  and fry till it leave the oil. Now mix mashed dal in it and fry so its aroma can be feeled.Add boiled choley salt and tamrid plup.Mix well add little water and cover it till all are mix well.
garnish with coriander leaves.
eat with bhatura or puree!!!!!!!!!
Tip for choley masala
take cummin seeds, coriander seeds, dalchini stick ,black pepper, caradomn,longand fry them  till aroma of fry is coming .keepaside. when cool grind it and make fine powder and use .

BHATURA




Ingredients:
maida-250gm
wheat rawa-2tbsp soaked for 2hours
baking soda-1tsp
vinegar-4tbsp
buttermilk-for kneding
oil-2tsp
salt-1/4 tsp
oil for fry

Method
Take maida in a bowl and add oil salt and rawa.Mix baking soda in vinegar and immedietly mix in maida. kned it with buttermilk hard like puri dough. cover and leave for 1/2 an hour now it is ready to make bhatura.
make balls and roll them in smal and leave them for five minutes.Now roll it and make as thin as u like.fry in a oil and enjoy with choley.

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Iam really feel honoured and thanks to radhika and loves to cook.
Ialso shared these awrads to all who visited. pl collect them
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29 comments:

  1. The bhaturas look sooooo fluffy n yum and this combo is my ultimate fav!! Very tempting pictures..
    Congrtas on your awards and Happy Baishakhi!

    US Masala

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  2. Congrats on your awards aunty. Lovely chole and happy baisakhi

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  3. Tempting and yummy! Congrats on your awards and Happy Baishakhi....

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  4. Bhaturas look awesome...great yummy combination it is...Congrats on the awards...
    Happy Baishakhi....

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  5. delicious combination looks wonderful
    congrats on the awards

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  6. Happy Baishakhi, both choley and bhature looks prefect and inviting..

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  7. choley looks perrrrrrrfeat..........happy baisakhi

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  8. Happy Baisakhi...Congrats on your awards.
    Perfect and delicious combo,looks fabulous.

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  9. Happy Baisakhi... one of my fav combo ever.. absolutely gorgeous and tempting.

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  10. wow............im drooling over this.............

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  11. Happy Baisakhi...my favourite combo.

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  12. yummy choley bhature! HAPPY BAISAKHI

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  13. Happy Baisakhi...Congrats on your awards.
    Perfect and delicious combo,looks fabulous.

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  14. yummy and delicious :) congrats :)

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  15. Bature with choley looking delicious aunty..Congrats on the awards..

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  16. Bathura and cholae are good together.. Bathura is so fluffy and cholae is so inviting..

    New to ur space n happy to follow u for upcoming wonderful recipes
    Do visit me when u get time.
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  17. Congrtas on your awards and Happy Baishakhi!Santosh...
    Sorry for the delay in my messages but my husband is sick with pneumonia ... I love this recipe is similar to what we call chickpea stew ... without these species, the bread I love to write it down .. beautiful photos .. ... with your permission I take the prizes ... I love and put them in my next post. hugs, hugs

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  18. what a great classic combo dish, luv the puffed up bhaturas! thanks for sharing the award with me :)

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  19. Hi Santosh, This platter is looking absolutely delightful. Very nicely made and presented. I wud love to give it a shot on the coming weekend... Have a great day !

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  20. hi santoshji :)
    Thanks for visiting my blog :)
    went through some of ur recipes they looks so yummy. I'd love to try ur chole recipe...intresting as it doesnt have onion n garlic :) thanks

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  22. yummy love them pls send them to me i love it so much!!!

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  23. Congrats on the awards!! Chole Bhature looks yummy!
    Happy Baisakhi!! :)

    Ankita
    http://eat-hearty.blogspot.com

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  24. Santoshji,
    Very happy and prosperous Baisakhi to you.
    Chole bhatura as you have said is hot favourite among all people. And many thanks for recipe without onions and garlic.

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  25. Congrats on the award and happy baisakhi to you.Chole bhatura one of my favorite dish thanks for this delicious and mouth-watering recipe.

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  26. Congrats on the award..a perfect combination...great recipes :)

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  27. Your Bhatura look so delicious.I never perfected bhatura making.I will give your recipe a try.Congrats on your many awards.Thanks for stopping by my space.

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  28. OMG.. Looks heavenly.. perfect combo..


    Thanks For Linking it with Iftar Nights..

    Jabeen's Corner

    Ongoing Event-Iftar nights

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  29. Am bookmarking this Santhoshji. Thankyou for sharing.

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