Chole Bhature | Easy To Make Breakfast / Meal Recipe | Popular Punjabi Recipe by Annuradha Toshniwal

Chole Bhature | Easy To Make Breakfast / Meal Recipe | Popular Punjabi Recipe by Annuradha Toshniwal

Learn how to make Chole Bhature, a popular Indian main course recipe by Annuradha Toshniwal. Chole Bhature is an all-time favourite Punjabi dish. It is a combination of chole and fried Indian…
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25 thoughts on “Chole Bhature | Easy To Make Breakfast / Meal Recipe | Popular Punjabi Recipe by Annuradha Toshniwal

  1. I still cant believe she put 1 cup of oil for a small amount of chick peas.
    Chole Bhature is a Punjabi dish and in Punjab chole are cooked slowly
    along with tomatoes and spices until the tomatoes and chickpeas are really
    tender. No need to throw large amounts of oil or mash the chickpeas like
    she is doing. What shocked me even further was when she added potatoes to
    the flour. Call this dish something else because this is not Chole Bhature

  2. I enjoy watching people cooking and of course (comment and complement) if
    appropriate and necessary. I’ve been keep saying this more than 100 times
    now. Here is my scientific thought. Reason is I am a witness of more than
    two dozen known accidents due to lack of awareness on how to operate the
    most versatile, simple yet most dangerous BOMB – an invention of the 20th
    century, – a pressure cooker. I know who invented it, but still researching
    that one dirty brain who sold a concept of ‘4 whistles’.

    I saw cooks from north through southern part of India and from far east to
    western states. Don’t understand, who successfully marked the concept of ‘4
    whistles’ which is stupid to accept, guarantees “food to remain uncooked”
    and highly dangerous to get die if the amount of “empty/floating room for
    potential steam is not allocated from the first moment”

    Still myself searching the root of the inventor, (a brain who originally
    invented the formula of 4 whistles, irrespective of the volume of the
    cooking portion, size of pressure cooker and the amount of available left
    over room in any pressure cooker after filling food and water)

    Google “number of accidents, injuries and deaths due to blasted pressure
    cooker”.

    Thank you. 

  3. Kulvinder K Diocee April 24, 2015 at 10:14 pm - Reply

    1cup oil! That’s way too much oil to use in a recipe! I personally like
    onions, ginger, garlic and tomatoes in my cooking. I tend to use chana
    masala when I make chickpeas. I liked the bhatura recipe. Very simple.

  4. I tried this today and thanks a lot for such an easy recipe..till today
    making batoora was a big process…

  5. tooooooo much of oil….!!! I never use more than 3-4 tea spoons and that
    too for frying onions… but it is still super tasty…

  6. Oindrila Chakraborty April 25, 2015 at 6:50 am - Reply

    this is the most fuss free chhole recipe that iv come across.everyone loved
    it at home.even my baba n ma,who rarely like any breakfast other than our
    bengali luchi alur dum,were delighted when i served them this one sunday
    morning.
    thank u anuradha ji.

  7. Thank u very much. Easy and descriptive.
    May I know which flour? Wheat? Plain?
    And also can u please let us know the reason behind using tea leaves?

    Thank u again.

  8. very interesting recipe of chole bhature.. i have learnt a new method of
    making bhatura.. i shall definetly try it.. thanks for sharing ur lovely
    recipe..

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