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|Alternative names||Bhatura chana, poori chola|
|Region or state||Delhi region of the Indian subcontinent|
|Associated national cuisine||India, Bangladesh, Pakistan|
|Main ingredients||Chickpeas, maida flour|
|Variations||Paneer bhatura, puri bhaji, chole kulche|
Chole bhature (Hindi: छोले भटूरे, Punjabi: ਛੋਲੇ ਭਟੂਰੇ), is a dish from the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. This Punjabi dish is a combination of chana masala (spicy white chickpeas) and bhatura, a fried bread made from maida flour (soft wheat).
Chole bhature is often eaten as a breakfast dish, sometimes accompanied with lassi, however, it can also be a street food or a complete meal, and may be accompanied by, for example, onions, carrot pickle, green chutney and achaar.
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