In a large bowl combine all-purpose, yeast, salt sugar cumin, turmeric, and yeast. Thoroughly mix.
Then add warm water a little at a time until you get to desired consistency – soft- ball. If dough is too stick some oil to prevent dough from sticking to your hands. Knead for about a minute or 2
Place dough in an oiled bowl. Set it in a warm area and let it rise and double in size -approximately 1- 2 hours. Punch down.
Divide in to about 18 or more pieces. These are medium sizes you may make it smaller and divide into walnut sizes.
Place each piece on rolling board or palm of your hand, if dough is slightly sticky oil both sides with oil roll out flat. Set aside or place directly in frying pan. Repeat with the remainder of the dough
In a large, sauce pan pour vegetable oil, until it is at place on medium heat until oil is about 350 degrees.
Fry for about 30 seconds or less on each side. Bara should puff up.
Use a large spoon or something like that to take it out of the oil. I usually place them on napkins right away to soak up some of the excess oil
Serve doubles by placing one Bara on a plate, spooning one tablespoon of the chickpea filling on it, topping desired condiments. You may top with an additional bara.