Deccan Tiffin – 6 May 2020 10:14

Pindi Chhole without onion or garlic. When I was at Delhi University I would often walk to Kamla Nagar with my friends to eat Chhole Bhature at the famous Chache di Hatti. Yesterday I tried to recreate that taste. I didn’t use any onion or garlic and I have no idea if the original recipe has those but the taste was very close so I’m really pleased with the result. There are loads of spices, tea, anardana and herbs in this. For the Bhature I used khameer aka sourdough starter, yoghurt and plain flour and the result was very good. Swipe right to see their texture.
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