Tuesday, July 22, 2008

SINDHI STYLE CHOLA BHATURA KE SAATH

The term chola bhatura reminds me of spicy chola and fluffy bhatura which my mother prepares at home,..then i heard about PINDI CHOLA,..which was something new for me,..tried for the first time,..liked a lot,..few days back got recipe for sindhi chola while browsing through books in library,..sindhi chola is something which i have never heard of,..so thought of givin it a try,,
ingredients needed are
300gm overnight soaked chickpeas
onion two chopped
one cup onion ginger garlic paste
tomato paste half cup
salt to taste
oil to cook
one tsp each of coriander ,turmeric,garam masala
half tsp of amchur and black pepper powder
pinch of asafoetida
cumin seeds one tsp
black pepper 6
cloves 5
bay leaf two crushed
black cardamom one
procedure
In a cooking wok transfer the soaked chickpeas along with the water,half of chopped onions,cloves,pepper,bay leaf,cardamom,cumin seeds,salt and asafoetida,bring to boil for half an hour,keep stirring,reserve the drained liquid after removing from flame
In another cooking wok,heat one tablespoon of oil,add the leftover chopped onions and keep frying ,till onions start losing their shape,now add onion ginger garlic paste,keep frying till the paste blend s well with the onions
Now add coriander,turmeric,garammasala,amchur and blackpepper powder,.keep stirring..add the tomato paste
followed by salt,..
mix well and keep stirring,now add the cooked chickpeas followed by the water in which they were cooked
serve hot with bhatura or rice
for the bhatura recipe click here i added one bread soaked in curd to the maida and then kneaded the dough
other chola bhatura recipe already blogged are
sindhi chola along with my style chola bhatura and pindi chola are going to curry mela hosted by SRIVALLI

19 comments:

SriLekha said...

sindhi style chole batura is too good... particularly its color is nice priyanka....

Aditi..............:) said...

Hey where do i find the details for the event you suggested....please send me a link.....btw your sindhi chole bature look yummy!! ;)

Sireesha said...

Chole batura looks yummy and gr8....Love the color.....I am feeling hungry now ...Its my lunch time pls send it to me...

Medhaa said...

Chole Bature Looks great. The link to the batura is not there. Never tried putting bread in it.

delhibelle said...

Hey P,
Too Good buddy!!
You have made totally rocking Chole bhature..Love them!
Do put up the bhatura recipe, please!

Richa said...

oh my! that plate looks soooo d-lish! am up for chole/bhature anytime ;)

Priti said...

Looks yummy...what a coincident..y'day I too made chole !

srikars kitchen said...

wow... sindhi style chole looks yummy and mouth watering....

easycrafts said...

Even I havent heard of sindhi chola earlier...sounds good

Sangeeth said...

chole batura is my all time fav but now a days i have reduced the consumption becoz it takes more oil to fry the bhatura but chole...its really good...yummy yummy priyanka

Purva Desai said...

Sindhi Chole looks lips smacking and bhatura also looks tempting :)

I also have a tag waiting for you at my blog
http://purvasdaawat.blogspot.com/

rekhas kitchen said...

different recipe looks yummy will try this

Tee said...

yummy! Sindhi chola is new to me and the cooking style is very interesting. Will try this next time.

Lore said...

Now all this looks wonderful! That onion+ginger+garlic paste sounds heaven too. Thanks for dropping by!

karuna said...

oh my god, i love chole bhature. urs look so tempting. i rem when i went to amritsar they serve pindhi chane with kulcha.chk out some pics here
http://myluvforfood.blogspot.com/2008/01/trip-to-amritsar-india.html

sowmya said...

looks yum..long time i made this

Vani said...

Love the color of the chhole!

Seema said...

That looks so good!!

Sukanya said...

The Sindhi Chole looks lip smackingly awesome and the bhatura loos yummy too.