Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Batura is a North Indian fried bread.It is a puffed bread prepared adding yeast,milk,yoghurt etc,kept sometime for fermenting and then deep fried.My family love eating these while frying itself.Kids will love this,so do try and let me know :)
Milk(warm)      1 cup
Egg                1
Yogurt          1/4 cup
Yeast             1/2 tsp
Sugar             1/2 tsp
Ghee              1/2 tsp
All purpose flour/Maida   31/4cup (or as needed to make a dough) 
Salt                1/2 tsp
Oil                 For deep frying
-In a large bowl pour the warm milk ,add yeast & sugar.Mix well till yeast and sugar dissolves.Now add  ghee,egg,yoghurt & salt.Again mix all these well using your hand.
-Now add the flour and knead well to make a smooth non sticky dough.
-Cover this and keep aside for 21/2 to 3 hrs (till double in size).
-Now make balls (little bigger than lemon size) & roll each ball dusting a little flour on a rolling board(little bigger and thicker than puri) then cut into four equal pieces(see image below).
-Heat oil in a kadayi and deep fry till done(flip once or twice)
-Your puffed baturas are ready to be served with Chicken/Mutton curry or Chole masala. 



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