I make bhaturas both ways ... right from the scratch or if in an hurry use the pillsbury/martha's pizza crust mix which come out awesome... and also it is instant and have to be fried in a low flame... since it gets burned/ cooked fast..
All purpose flour/Maida - 2 cups
Semolina/SOoji - 2 or 3 tbsp
Yogurt/curd - 3 tbsp
Baking powder - 1/2 tbsp
Sugar - 1/s tbsp
In a mixing bowl add maida , semolina, baking powder, sugar and salt...mix well...then add yogurt and mix...add additional required amount of water and mix into soft poori dough ...if it is too sticky add few drops of oil...mix well...cover with a wet cloth and set it aside for 15 to 30 minutes...take a small ball size and roll as poori's using very less dusting flour..usually this kind of poori are thicker and also bigger than the regular ones...deep fry one by one both sides in oil and enjoy with channa/chole.
If you are in a hurry want to make instant bhatura's then try pizza crust mix from any store...I usually get Martha or Pillsbury brand...mix as per the instructions in the pack...set it aside for just 5 minutes...take small sized balls and roll into poori shapes...deep fry in oil ( medium flame)...and enjoy your fast and tasty bhatura's.