Bhatoora bread is an incredibly poopular bread and is always served with chickpea dhal. This is known as Chole Bhatoora
The process starts out the same as making the roti, which is to make the atta (dough). However, after rolling out the roti (chapatti), instead of puffing over heat, the rolled out disc is lowered into a deep pan/wok of hot oil and deep fryed until it puffs and inflates.
Each handy sachet serves 4 people. This gives you the opportunity to try your hand at making a small quantity of Bhatoora (known as Puri in the Hindi language). You can try and see if you can get on with the technique, without committing to buying a huge bag of atta, (chapatti flour).
If you do get on with the techniques and find you are able to produce a successful dough and manage to puff the Puri, then it would be better to purchase a large bag of atta from any Asian supermarket.
We have a step-by-step tutorial on how to make roti. Click HERE to read it.
Ingredients: wheat flour
You have the option of adding dairy based ingredients for the fresh ingredients or to make the dish dairy-free.
Please note that whilst there is no dairy in this product, we are not a dairy-free environment.