Bhatoora, bhatura or batoora, is a fluffy deep fried elastic bread from North India. It is often eaten with chickpea curry (chole or chane) making the traditional dish chole bhature.
Add Jackfruit Flour to your bhatura, and kick up the fiber and lower down the calorie & glycemic load* in your meal.
- 1/3 cup jackfruit flour
- 2/3 cup maida
- 1 sp oil
- 1 sp yogurt
- 1/2 tsp sugar
- 1/2 tsp yeast
- salt to taste
Method of preparation
- Mix gram flour, jackfruit flour,lemon juice, oil and water to make a thick batter.
- Add salt, sugar and turmeric . Keep it aside for 1 hour.
- Get the steamer ready with boiling water to steam the dhokla.
- Now put the eno (fruit salt) in it and stir the mixture with a spoon.
- As soon as mixture becomes fluffy, pour it in greased dhokla tin.
- Immediately place the tin in steamer and steam the dhokla for 20 minutes on high flames.
- To test if dhokla is ready, poke a knife in dhokla, if the mixture should not stick to the knife, it is ready.
- Allow dhokla to cool and cut in desired shape.
- For tadka pour some oil in the pan and add mustard seeds .
- Then add green chillies and a cup of water. When water boils add salt and turn off the gas.
- Pour this tadka water on dhoklas with a spoon. Garnish with chopped coriander and green chillies.