This koraishutir kochuri recipe in Bengali style is a winter special dish, where a spicy filling of peas is filled and stuffed inside the dough before rolling them into deep-fried flatbreads known as kochuri or kachoris. Often paired with spicy potato curry called aloo dum or cholar dal, it makes an indulgent meal fit for the king.
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This instant bhatura recipe is quick, easy and absolutely lip-smacking with a bowl of spicy of chana masala. One of the most popular Indian breakfast dishes, Chole Bhature is often a weekend indulgence for many North Indian foodies. Chole or White Chickpeas cooked with an array of Indian spices gets served with Bhaturey or unleavened Indian flatbread that has been deep-fried in any neutral oil.
Luchi is an unleavened and deep-fried Indian flatbread made exclusively by the people of states in the eastern region of India. Popularly known as ‘Bengali-style Luchi’, the dough is made with all-purpose flour, hence its pristine white appearance. Usually reserved for a special occasion, it is often paired with Bengali Mutton Roast or Kosha Mangsho, Chana Dal or Bengali Cholar Dal or Potato Curry or Niramish Aloo Dum.
Chapati or roti is unleavened Indian flatbread made with whole wheat flour or wholemeal flour. Originally from India sub-continent, this flatbread is a staple in most Indian meals. Unlike naans and kulchas, it is yeast-free, vegan, does not use refined flour and is rich in dietary fibres.
If you are looking for quick & easy naan recipe without using any yeast, then you have reached the right place. This recipe for naan bread uses yogurt along with flour and gives slightly chewy and the right amount of tangy naans for your curries.
This Hinger Kochuri is an Easter Indian flatbread recipe where pastry dough balls are stuffed with a pungent & spicy filling made of Asafoetida or Hing, and then flattened and deep-fried. It is puffy, crispy and a perfect side to a potato curry or perhaps cholar dal, if you are a lentil lover like me.