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Bhaturi Indian Tortillas

Bhaturi Indian Tortillas


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Ingredients for Cooking Bhatura Indian Tortillas

  1. Wheat flour 400 grams
  2. Kefir 300-350 milliliters
  3. Sugar 1 tablespoon
  4. 0.5 teaspoon salt
  5. Baking soda 1 teaspoon
  6. Vegetable oil for frying
  7. Sesame (for sprinkling) to taste
  • Main ingredients: Kefir, Flour
  • Serving 8 servings
  • World CuisineAsian, Oriental

Inventory:

Rolling pin, Deep bowl, Tablespoon, Teaspoon, Knife, Frying pan, Kitchen stove, Serving dish, Wooden spatula, Strainer

Cooking Bhatura Indian Tortillas:

Step 1: prepare the flour mixture.

To begin with, using a sieve, sift the flour into a deep bowl. This must be done so that the flour becomes more magnificent and without lumps, then the dough will turn out more tender and airy. Immediately after this, pour salt, sugar and soda into the same container. Using a tablespoon, gently mix all the ingredients until smooth. Attention: You can also pour all dry ingredients into a sieve and, stirring with a spoon, sift them into a bowl.

Step 2: prepare the dough.

We introduce kefir into a flour mixture in a small trickle and continue stirring everything with a tablespoon so that flour lumps do not form in the dough. We continue to knead everything until the dough is soft, but at the same time remains sticky. Attention: do not try to knead the dough to such an extent that it ceases to stick to your hands, since, in this way, the cakes simply will not work and will be stale and tasteless after frying. To prepare the dough for Bhaturi, you may need a little more flour, since the flour can be different. And for this, when choosing this ingredient, first of all, pay attention to the fact that the component is of the highest grade, fine grinding and only a trusted brand. The softer the dough, the softer and airier the cakes will be.

Step 3: form the Indian cakes.

We grease the hands with vegetable oil so that the dough does not stick so much to the hands and put the test ingredient on the kitchen table, pre-sprinkled with a small amount of flour. Using your hands or knife, we separate small pieces (depending on what size you want to make the cakes) from the main test piece and for now put them aside. To form flat cakes, you can use several cooking options. I prefer the first option. So, dip dough into flour on all sides and after - with your fingers we knead the slices into a round small layer, thick no more than 5-7 millimeters. In the second embodiment, everything is more complicated, but the cakes look more beautiful in appearance. Again, grease the hands with vegetable oil and form balls from the test pieces. After - each ball with a rolling pin is rolled out on a kitchen table into a flat cake. If desired, the surface of each cake can be sprinkled with a small amount of sesame and, again using a rolling pin, rolled into the dough several times.

Step 4: Cooking Bhaturi Indian Tortillas.

So, put on a medium heat a frying pan with a small amount of vegetable oil. When the oil warms up well, make the fire less than average and carefully spread the cakes at a small distance from each other with your hands. Attention: if you have formed large cakes, then you can fry them alternately. Such Bhaturi are being prepared very quickly. Therefore, from time to time we raise our test dish with a wooden spatula and see what color the base of the tortilla has become. If it is browned and covered with a golden brown color, then - the cake can be turned over to the other side. Ready Indian cakes with a wooden spatula are transferred to a serving dish.

Step 5: serve Bhaturi Indian cakes.

Immediately after cooking, Indian Bhaturi cakes are served to the table so that they are still in the heat of the heat. This dish can be served instead of bread. My kids love these cakes to eat with tea for breakfast, lunch and dinner. “Bhaturi” always turns out to be very tender and lush inside and with a crispy golden crust on the outside. Good appetite!

Recipe Tips:

- - Instead of kefir, you can add yogurt, whey or fermented baked milk to the dough. But I prefer kefir, and most importantly, that suits any percentage of fat content.

- - In addition to sesame, cakes can be sprinkled with caraway seeds. And if you are not a fan of such additives, then you can don’t sprinkle anything at all, since the Bhaturi cakes are very tasty anyway.

- - If you want to make sweet Indian cakes "Bhaturi", then instead of kefir, you need to add drinking yogurt to the dough, however, preferably without any additives, as well as more tablespoons of sugar.