• All Purpose Flour (maida): 2 cup
  • semolina (Rava): 1/4cup
  • Sugar: 1/2tsp
  • Yogurt: 1/2cup
  • Salt: 1/2tsp
  • Baking Powder: 1/2tsp
  • Water: 3/4cup (till the dough becomes soft & tight)
  • Oil: for deep fry

  • In a mixing bowl add maida, semolina, sugar, baking powder, salt & mix well.
  • Add yogurt & mix.
  • Add water & make dough.
  • Add maida or water if needed to get proper consistency.
  • Knead it for 5 min.
  • Apply oil on top. 
  • Rest it for 2hrs.
  • After 2hrs, make balls.
  • Roll it to 6 inches, dust flour to help rolling.
  • Heat the oil in a deep frying pan on high flame.
  • Check the oil is hot by dropping a small piece of dough in oil & dough should start floating immediately.
  • Put batura into frying pan & press gently with a skimmer. 

Note: Gently pressing & releasing batura with a skimmer makes batura to puff.

  • Fry batura both sides.
  • Remove batura when it truns light brown bothsides.
  • Place it on a papper towel.
  • Serve it with channa masala or any gravy.
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    uma said...

    Hi Madhura,
    came here through Indiblogger.. nice blog with various non veg recipes..
    Happy blogging!

    Manju said...

    Madhura, you have an interesting blog here! Keep up the good work. Hope like your name, you would post more 'madhurams' here.

    and thank you for visiting my blog :-)

    BanginFood said...

    Hi Mandhura, I came to your blog after seeing a comment you left on mine. My husband and I absolutely love Indian food. This recipe in particular is one of my favorites! We eat Indian food at least once a week. I was always curious how this was made. Thanks for the post.


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