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    Default Roti(ரொட்டி) : Chole Bhature

    Assured for Trying - நீங்கள் இதை முயற்சி செய்யலாம்.

    Chole Bhature

    Ingredients:

    For Chole:

    200g kabuli chana
    1/2 tsp garam masala
    10g garlic
    1/2 tsp chili powder
    1 tsp aam chur
    50g ginger
    1 tsp coriander seeds
    1 bunch cilantro, chopped
    2 onions, chopped
    2 tomatoes(puree) -- optional
    Oil for frying
    Salt to taste

    For Bhature:

    500g maida (all-purpose) flour
    125g oil
    200g yogurt
    25g baking powder




    Method:
    For making chole :
    1.Soak the chana overnight and boil until tender.
    2.Make a paste of ginger, garlic, and coriander seeds and keep aside.
    3.Heat oil in a pan, fry onions,then add the tomato puree, garam masala until brown, add ground paste and fry for few minutes.
    4.Then add soaked chana, salt, chili powder, some water and cook until the gravy thickens. 5.Later add aam chur powder, chopped cilantro and fry for 2 minutes. Remove and keep aside.

    For making Bhature:
    1.Sieve the maida flour, add ghee, yogurt, baking powder and knead to a smooth dough. Cover with a muslin cloth and keep aside for overnight.
    2.Make small balls from the dough, roll into thick puris and fry in oil on both sides until golden brown.
    3.Serve with the above prepared curry.

    Serves: 6
    Preparation time: 45 minutes
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    aam chur powder na enna?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan
    aam chur powder na enna?
    its dry mango powder...am I correct vedha?

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    yeah its mango powder. it it usually used in north indian cooking.
    [shadow=orange:e833a88dc9]vedha [/shadow:e833a88dc9]

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan
    aam chur powder na enna?
    i dont know whether i am correct or not..

    aam chur is dry mango powder.. :D

    enna vedh correctaaaa..... intha siriya cook-in pathill.. :D

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    Oru Mango powder kku evalo replies varuthu.. cooking section is really good...

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    ada oru reply pannurathu-kulla ithanai posts vandhu-chu...

    geethamir-ku salute...


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    namma gramathu pakkam poneenganna maangottaiya araipanga (milagu kuzhambukku) athaye powder panna mango powder / aamchur


    anyway cliantro nna enna.

    i have a doubt - cholee la tomatove irukkadha???
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhiya_ch
    anyway cliantro nna enna.
    Its corinader leaves... kothamalli in tamil.

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    thank u anitam, but vedha can u plz clarify - is tomato really excluded in cholee
    I always wondered why babies spend so much time sucking their thumbs. Then I tasted baby food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhiya_ch
    anyway cliantro nna enna.
    ekkoi.. cilantro naa coriander leaves... namma baasahai -la sollanum -na kothamailli...

    enga amma 25 paisavu-ku vangitu vara solluvaangaa ithai... :D


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    Quote Originally Posted by sandhiya_ch
    thank u anitam, but vedha can u plz clarify - is tomato really excluded in cholee
    SANDHIYA IS SOME RECIPIES THEY USE TOAMTO OR THEY DON'T USE. U CAN ADD TOMATOES.I'VE MADE CHANGES CHECK IT.
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    Chole'la tomatoes can or cant be.. Vedha sona previous recipe without tomatoes will also be good. but since she changed it.. try it with tomato...

    North indian dishes'la it aint necessary that like ours tomato should be an ingredient for most of the dishes.

    thanks vedha for recipe..

    Shy

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    welcome shy. thanks for giving such an explanation.it was needed. i have now edited n made tomato optional.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vedha79
    welcome shy. thanks for giving such an explanation.it was needed. i have not edited n made tomato optional.
    Vedha,

    Please watch bolded area Enna sollurenga, You did edited or some one else edited?

    If someone else edited, Please include a note it was edited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sri_gan
    Quote Originally Posted by vedha79
    welcome shy. thanks for giving such an explanation.it was needed. i have not edited n made tomato optional.
    Vedha,

    Please watch bolded area Enna sollurenga, You did edited or some one else edited?

    If someone else edited, Please include a note it was edited.
    hi sri,

    sorry typing error. it was only me who edited it. now ku bathila teriyama not nu type paniten. sorry about that!!!!!
    [shadow=orange:e833a88dc9]vedha [/shadow:e833a88dc9]

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    thank you vedha for kind response
    I always wondered why babies spend so much time sucking their thumbs. Then I tasted baby food.
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    Hi Vedha,
    Tonight I made Channa Bature (minus that Aam Chur)..It was delicious..Adhaan saapttu mudicha kaiyoda (kaiya kazhuvinappuram dhan ) Im posting this.

    Thnx for the great post.

    Silican
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    Quote Originally Posted by silican
    Hi Vedha,
    Tonight I made Channa Bature (minus that Aam Chur)..It was delicious..Adhaan saapttu mudicha kaiyoda (kaiya kazhuvinappuram dhan ) Im posting this.

    Thnx for the great post.

    Silican

    oh thats greattttttttttttttttt !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! nic e to know that u tried n came out well !!!! :D happpy to know that u enjoyed it....!!!!!!!!!!! And welcome for ur thankss.
    [shadow=orange:e833a88dc9]vedha [/shadow:e833a88dc9]

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    North Indian normally dont use tomatoes when they make choley.. but we south indians normally for any gravy, we add tomatoes.. Best option..u get choley masala in stores.. add those choley masala and less garam masala and aamchur powder.. One more good thing is Instead of Choley, if u substitute Rajmaa, that also comes very good..but doesnt go with Bhatura.. Would be good with basmati rice and chips.

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