Sunday, June 6, 2010

Chole with Paneer and bhature

For the dry masala:
1 tbsp cumin seeds (Jeera)
1 tbsp coriander seeds
5-6 cloves
3-4 small stick of cinnamon
2 dry red chilli
¼ tbsp oil

For the dry masala:
Step 1: Take a small vessel and heat ¼ tbsp oil. Add all ingredients for dry masala.
Step 2: Sauté on medium flam for 2 minutes so its color is slightly change in brown.
Step 3: Turn off the flame and cool it. Grind this entire ingredient in mixer.


For the chole with paneer:
1 cup chick peas (Kabuli chana), soaked overnight
2 medium size onions
3 medium size tomatos
150 gm paneer
½ tbsp cumin seeds (jeera)
2 teaspoons amchur (dry mango powder)
1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)

3-4 piece of garlic
2 tbsp red chilli powder
3 tbsp oil
Salt to taste.
For Chole with paneer:
Step 1: Peel and cut the onion. Cut the tomatoes in to big size and grind the onion, garlic with tomato into mixer. (also add ginger if you like that test)Step 2: Pressure cook the chick peas with 1½ cup water with slat for 3 whistles until they are soft . Drain the extra water and keep aside.
Step 3: Heat the oil in pan, add the cumin seeds. When the seeds crackles, add the tomato-onion gravy.Step 4: Sauté in medium flame for 5 minutes and add the turmeric and red chilli power in it.


Step 5: Add the cook chick peas and I cup water and mix well. Add the dry masala powder, amchur powder and salt and sauté for another 10 minutes.

Step 6: Add the paneer cubs and simmer for 5 minutes. Trun off the flame.

Step 7: Place it in serving bowl and decorate with onion and lemon round slices.

For the bhature :
1 cup plain flour (maida)
½ cup curd
3 tbsp oil
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying
Water for making dough if needed
For the bhature:
Step 1: Combine the flour, salt and oil and mix together.
Step 2: Add ½ cup fresh curd and water if necessary. Knead the dough very well till it is smooth.


Step 3: Cover with a wet muslin cloth otherwise any of the vessel and rest the dough for 2 hours.
Step 4: Divide the dough into small parts and roll out into circles of 125mm (5”) diameter.
Step 5: Deep fry in hot oil till the bhature puff up and both sides are golden brown.


Step 6: Serve hot with the chole-paneer.
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16 comments:

Nithu Bala said...

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SURAJ said...

hum..... So Yummyy and testy... i wanted to eat chhole bhuture..and i got it now.. hum... i love that kajal... Great work :-)) awsom sweety keep it up...

SURAJ said...

Hey...So Yummy and sooo Testy.. I wanted to ear chhole bhature..and i got it... Great Work....keep it up sweety... testy and awsom...

Sayali said...

Wow Chole with paneer...Just amazing :)...if we dont want to add paneer. will the masala remain the same ?

I'm a Home Chef !!! said...

its so mouth watering! thanks for the step by step recipe!

Foodie said...

not only the chole looks good,
the mehndi on your hands is awesome.

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Mina Joshi said...

Wow - just going down looking at your pictures made me feel that I was making the choles! And the bhaturas look so tasty - much better than restaurant ones. I will have to try this recipe tonight.

Srimathi said...

The chole with paneer and bhature looks very delicious. thanks for taking the time for the step by step instruction.

Latha said...

Kajal - as always your tutorial rocks. i made the delicious chole paneer with puri for dinner. it's the best chole i have made in recent times. with freshly ground spices the flavour is heavenly. thank you!

Deep said...

Hi Kavita, love your blog and the step by step pictures. Waiting for more posts. Keep up the good work!

Deep said...

Hi Kavita, you have a great blog here. Love the step by step pictures. They are very helpful. Keep up the good work!!

Chitra said...

Hi Kajal,
Thanks for editing.How abt ginger? Do we add ginger also? or only lahsun?
Will look forward to more step by step recipes.Love them.

Chitra said...

hi kajal,
thanks for editing the chole recipe..wanted to know if we need to add ginger pieces too.
thanks.

Kajal said...

Hello Chitra,

Thank you dear for your comment. First think is if you like garlic(lahsun) then add in chole otherwise you add ginger.

Have a nice day dear.:)
Kajal

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