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Hi swathi first time here! chole bature looks yummy. i use the same method. i got the recipe from my marwadi friend. i grew up in amritsar. and with every street corner selling fabulous chhole, who's gonna sweat it out at home. my mom let us eat these out a lot of times, so i've grown up on some of the yummiest http://chatkhor.blogspot.com/2008/05/chacha-ke-amritsari-chole
Hi tamannasince you have so many ways of making cholas .may be you know there is one very famous chola kulcha shop in amritsar and they make cholas without oil .literally they dont use oil at alland they serve it with alloo kulcha. can anyone send me traditional chole recipe? http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070516121217a
Amritsar cholay this recipe is named after its place of origin, rawalpindi. the final dish is whole black colored chickpeas that are fried in a mixture of spices. basic characteristics follow: this dish originated in amritsar. limited amount of gravy. the key is the softness of whole beans. http://www.indiacurry.com/faqhints/faqchholay.htm
Anita this is the most authentic punjabi chole recipe i’ve tried so far, and trust me, i’ve tried many versions. this one is definitely a keeper – thanks a bunch for sharing your invaluable tips. http://madteaparty.wordpress.com/2007/12/09/punjabi-chhole-chi
From iconic rajasthani 'daal baati', to andhra's 'moong dal pesarattu' to punjabi 'karare chole', 'raungi', to sindhi 'teen dal', from amritsar to chennai, this recipe for ever popular chhole goes great with rice, naan, bhature or even aloo tikkis! slather on some imli chutney and they're great even in sandwiches! http://allrecipes.co.in/recipes/beans-recipes.aspx
Cooking kale chane, kabuli chole, dal, sambar or steaming idlis in a pressure cooker steamer? start here. from amritsar to chennai, this recipe for ever popular chhole goes great with rice, naan, bhature or even aloo tikkis! slather on some imli chutney and they're great even in sandwiches! http://allrecipes.co.in/recipes/pressure-cooker-recipes.aspx
Delhi is famous for its chaat which is different from the bengali and bihari chaat that use ‘chole’ and ‘mattar’ as ingredients. the ‘dilli wali chaat’ is hot, sweet and tangy. try out this delicious recipe. bihar: howrah-amritsar express looted http://www.zeenews.com/news532174.html
Delicious recipe for kulcha on foodista.com, the cooking encyclopedia everyone can edit. it is particularly popular in north india and pakistan and is usually eaten with chole. kulcha is a typical punjabi recipe, originating in punjab. amritsar is known for its amritsari kulchas or amritsari naan. http://www.foodista.com/recipe/d4p62bwr/kulcha
Plain kulcha is a north indian bread, usually eaten with chole. it is a typical punjabi recipe, originating in punjab, india. amritsar is known for its amritsari kulchas . flour dough, mashed potatoes, and some spices are rolled into a flat round shape and baked in a tandoor ( earthen clay oven) until golden brown. http://www.neesafoods.com/