1 Large Bowl
1 Medium Bowl
1 Kitchen Towel OR Cling Wrap – For covering the bowl
1 Large Wok for Deep Frying
3 Cups Whole Wheat Flour (Atta)
2/3 Cup All-Purpose Flour (Maida)
2/3 Cup Plain Yogurt (Curd)
½ Cup Warm Water
2 Tsp Sugar-Free – You may use sugar OR sweetener of your choice
½ Tsp Baking Powder
¼ Tsp Baking Soda
1 Tsp Salt
2 Tbsp Oil – (You can use Ghee/Butter)
Oil – For Deep Frying (You may use any flavorless oil of your choice)
The Process to Make Whole Wheat Bhature:
The dough needs to be prepared a night before OR needs 45 minutes for fermentation
In a large bowl, mix all-purpose flour, yogurt, sugar, baking powder, form a loose dough and firmly cover the bowl & keep over-night OR 6hrs for fermentation.
The next day you will see tiny bubbles on the surface of the mixture.
In the same bowl, add the wheat flour, salt, 1 tbsp oil, and mix. Now add warm water and make a firm and smooth dough, cover with a damp cloth & set for final fermentation at a warm place for 2 hrs.
After the final fermentation, form dough into 15 balls and roll them into 5-6 inch discs.
Heat oil in a wok at high temperature, once the oil is heated (2-3min) reduce the heat to medium and deep fry the bhaturas. (Keep an eye on the bhaturas burn very quick)
The bhaturas should be golden brown on both sides, Serve Hot.