Bhatura Recipe, How to Make Bhatura Recipe, Puri Recipe, Poori Recipe

BhaturaBhatura or Poori is soft and puffy. Many people use white flour instead of wheat flour, they feel using maida makes the dough soft and good to eat. But they forget that wheat flour is good for health rather than refined flour.

We can also make bhature recipe as soft as that of made from maida. Here I have shown you the perfect way to make using wheat flour. It is healthy as well as puffy and delicious to eat.

In order to get big and spongy football size puri, we need to make the size as per your required volume and always keep in mind that when oil doesn’t reach optimum hot puri doesn’t get swelled and gets burned immediately if oil is hot or doesn’t rais if low.

When you have attained optimum hot then bhature recipe raises immediately dropped in oil, we need to pour some oil over the top so that it expands like a ball.

You may also like to check other variants like Masala Poori Recipe and Chana Bhatura.

Bhatura Recipe, How to Make Bhatura Recipe, Puri Recipe, Poori Recipe

Bhatura or Poori is soft and puffy. Learn how to Make Wheat Flour Bhatura with step by step Instructions.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 860 kcal
Author Rambabu Uppada


Ingredients for bhatura:

  • Wheat flour – 1cup
  • Baking powder – ½ tsp.
  • Yogurt – 1 cup
  • Water for kneading
  • Vegetable oil for frying


How to Make Bhatura Recipe:

  1. Sieve baking powder and flour
  2. Add yogurt (curd) and mix well, if needed add little water and knead to soft dough
  3. Keep the dough aside (preferably at little more than room temperature) for at least 1 ½ hours so that it oozes out (negligible)
  4. Make medium size proportionate balls and put aside
  5. Apply some flour (both sides) and roll into circular shaped purie size
  6. Deep fry these puri to golden brown color

Tip: Make sure that the oil is not very hot, if hot try to rotate immediately or else they may turn into bright color

  1. Bhatura/ poori is ready. Serve hot with chana masala or aloo curry

Note: You can even use all-purpose flour (maida) instead of wheat flour.

    Rambabu Uppada

    I am Rambabu Uppada, founder of Indian Recipe Info. I am fond of food, I thought of sharing my cooking experience with you all. I designed each recipe in such a way that you can simply follow my steps and prepare restaurant rich recipes at your home.

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