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It (2017)

Release : 2017-09-05
Country : United States of America
Language : English
Runtime : 134
Genre : Drama,Horror,Thriller

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In a small town in Maine, seven children known as The Losers Club come face to face with life problems, bullies and a monster that takes the shape of a clown called Pennywise.

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  1. “Bhature”, I just love it. It looks so soft and perfect.

  2. I love finding out about new foods! This bread sounds like it have great texture.

  3. An Indian sopapilla, perhaps? Whatever, it looks out of this world. I’d happily take this over baked any day. Unless that day was a baked day in which case I’d happily take that. I’m easy to please!

  4. These are GORGEOUS! I’m so intrigued by puffy breads and can’t wait to try this.

  5. Wow, pretty amazing! This is a bread I need to make right away!

  6. I love seeing SO many people I know in this group with you…you are expanding your horizons for sure! I know I would love this bread. How? You made it. πŸ™‚

    • Ha ha! Barb. You will love this bread even if I didn’t make it. It is just so good. Yes, I LOVE all these wonderful people in this group. People who make bread (and Pies) are always wonderful!

  7. I love how so many cultures have a type of bread that is a fried ball of dough– each has it own nuances and flavors and each elevates the concept of “fried dough” to a high level. This bhatura is new to me and I am oooing and aaahhhing at my computer screen as I look at your photos. I’d love to try this and can see why it is your daughter’s favorite.

  8. This fry bread is so unique! I must give it a try! πŸ˜€

  9. I am so glad you shared this bread with us. I don’t have a recipe nor have I even tried this before. It looks like heaven!! Thank you!!!

    • Thank you, Tara. Seeing such a wonderful response, I am glad I shared it too. Sometimes we think it’s everyday food and might not interest people across board, but often such things are loved by everyone. Simple sometimes is really the best.

  10. You are going to laugh, Anshie, but when I was growing up in the West Indies, we regularly ate a Trinidadian bread that looks just like your bhatura and it’s fried, but, and here’s the funny part, it’s called a “bake.” I know, I know. It makes no sense at all but there you have it.

    I’m so glad you shared this lovely recipe with us, and all your other friends! Thank you for joining us for the inaugural BreadBakers post!

    • Oh Stacy!! I am laughing so hard. So I think I did pretty good frying a bread in a “bake your favorite” bread event. At least I did not call it “bake”.

      I am so glad to be part of this group. I can’t wait to see what kind of breads we will end up baking.

  11. Oh, Anshie! I am so glad you shared these! Maybe I should bust out of my naan rut when we go to Indian restaurants, too… =)

  12. I’m so glad you decided to share this recipe. No matter that it is fried. It’s a favorite and something I need to try soon (I’ve never had Bhatura).
    Thanks so much for joining in Bread Bakers!

  13. Ah! The very best of the Punjabi food…. now I need to have some


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