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Kulcha- an Indian Bread

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Kulcha is an Indian bread, which is popular all over the country. It is a Punjabi recipe and the ideal combination is the Chole Kulche.

Here’s the recipe. 🙂

 

 


Kulcha


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Kulcha- an Indian Bread
Kulcha is an Indian bread, which is popular all over the country. It is a Punjabi recipe and the ideal combination is the Chole Kulche. Here's the recipe. 🙂 Kulcha
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  1. In a bowl, mix the warm water and milk along with sugar. Sprinkle the yeast on top.Keep aside for it to rise (appx 10 minutes).
  2. In a bigger bowl mix 2 cups of flour, salt, curd and ghee. Add the yeast mixture. Mix and knead well to form a soft dough.
  3. Keep adding more flour if you find the dough too sticky. Once you achieve a soft elastic non sticky dough, place the dough ball in an oiled bowl.
  4. Cover with a clingwrap and allow to rise and double in volume. Once the dough has doubled, remove the cling film.
  5. Push the dough down. Take small portions and form a ball. Flatten into small discs.
  6. Roll them into 4" diameter kulchas. Sprinkle a bit of the chopped coriander leaves on top of each kulcha.
  7. Place the kulcha on a hot tawa/griddle. When they start to bubble, rise and you see the edges turning slightly brown, flip it.
  8. After cooking for about a minute, remove the kulcha and serve hot.
  9. Ideally to be eaten with Chole.
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  1. Mr Fitz says:

    That reads real well.. and seems easy enough! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Mr Fitz says:

    That reads real well.. and seems easy enough! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Anjana @ At The Corner Of Happy & Harried says:

    Looks lovely, Mareena! So glad to have found your blog…

  4. Anjana @ At The Corner Of Happy & Harried says:

    Looks lovely, Mareena! So glad to have found your blog…

  5. anonymous says:

    Hi is there any difference between yeast powder, baking powder and baking soda.

  6. anonymous says:

    Hi is there any difference between yeast powder, baking powder and baking soda.

  7. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes there is. Yeast helps in fermentation where are baking powder and baking soda are raising agents.

  8. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Yes there is. Yeast helps in fermentation where are baking powder and baking soda are raising agents.

  9. Ana Hill says:

    I tried it tonight, had doubled the recipe. Needed a little less milk.

  10. Ana Hill says:

    I tried it tonight, had doubled the recipe. Needed a little less milk.

  11. Ana Hill says:

    And it came out perfect!

  12. Ana Hill says:

    And it came out perfect!

  13. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Thank you for your feedback Ana 🙂

  14. Mareena Jerrish says:

    Thank you for your feedback Ana 🙂

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