Kulcha Bread

Kulcha Bread

Kulcha, a type of leavened Indian bread, is a staple in North Indian cuisine, particularly popular in Punjab. Made from refined flour, yogurt, water, salt, and baking powder, kulcha dough is kneaded until soft and then rolled out into oval or round shapes. Traditionally, kulchas are cooked in a tandoor oven, giving them a characteristic crisp exterior and a soft, fluffy interior. Variations include stuffed kulchas with fillings like spiced potatoes, paneer, or onions. Served hot, kulcha pairs perfectly with savory dishes like chole (chickpea curry) or as a complement to rich gravies. Its versatility and delicious taste make it a favorite choice.

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Kulcha is made from maida flour, water, a pinch of salt and a leavening agent (yeast or old kulcha dough), mixed together by hand to make a very tight dough. This dough is covered with a wet cloth and left to stand for an hour or so in a warm place. The result is a slight leavening of the dough but not much. The flour is kneaded again by hand and then rolled out using a rolling pin into a flat, round shape. It is baked in an earthen clay oven ("tandoor") until done. When baked, it is often brushed with butter or ghee, although this is not necessary. It is then eaten with any Indian curry. In particular, a spicy chickpea curry known as chole is the dish of choice for being eaten with kulcha

  1. Chole kulche With the use of Super Bread

    Delhi street food is all about that mouth-watering and spicy flavours that explode in our mouth with every bite. And one of the things that make us go week in the knees is the delicious chole kulche. Since this dish is loved by many, here we bring you a recipe to make street style chole kulche easily at home and enjoy with your friends and family!

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