Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Onion Kulcha

Kulcha is a type of leavened bread originated from Indian Subcontinent. Usually prepared with maida / all purpose flour. Kulcha is popular in India and Pakistan and is served with chole.It is typically a Punjabi recipe. Dough is rolled into flat round shaped and baked in a clay oven until golden brown. When baked, kulcha is rubbed with butter / ghee and then served with hot and spicy Chole / Chickpea curry. In Punjab and Some party of Pakistan Kulcha are very popular as a breakfast dish.

After a long week and busy schedule, we have decided to stay home this weekend. I have been thinking to make Kulcha since very long time. As I got some leisure time and family wanted to eat something different, I have tried this Yummy Onion Kulcha with spicy chole. I have cooked these Kulcha's on stove top instead of baking  in Oven. Here goes the recipe.....




Blogging Marathon 72
Theme: Vegetarian Dinner Recipes.
Week 3, Day 2

Ingredients:


Maida / All purpose flour  3 cups
Baking powder 1/2 spoon
Baking soda 1/8 spoon
Salt to taste
Sugar 1/2 spoon
Yogurt / curd 1/2 cup
Oil 1/4 cup
Onion 1 large chopped
Chopped cilantro 1/2 cup
Chopped green chili 1 spoon
Grated ginger 1/2 spoon

Preparation:


Lets make the dough first by adding baking powder, soda, salt , sugar, yogurt and oil to maida / all purpose flour.
Add chopped onions, cilantro, grated ginger and green chili.
Mix everything well and add water to make a soft dough.
Rest aside for 30 minutes.
Divide the dough into small to medium size balls.
Now roll it down softly and  gently with rolling pin to give it a circular shape.
Heat non stick tawa / pan and place the kulcha / chapati on it.
Cook for 3- 4 minutes on medium heat.
Flip and cook on other side as well. 
Remove and butter the kulcha.
Serve hot .





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8 comments:

Sandhiya said...

Kulcha looks so soft and delicious. It must be tasty with chole.

Srivalli said...

Such an inviting combination for dinner meal..

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

This is my favorite and I always order it when I eat out at Indian restaurants. Looks awesome!

Smruti Shah said...

Lovely kulchas you got there!! I love them, your version looks tempting.

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

Kulchas are my favorite. Given a choice between naan and kulcha, I always opt for this one. :-)

Padma Rekha said...

Ohhh such a delicious combination nice choice for dinner...

Pavani N said...

That's a yummy looking meal Sushma.

Priya Srinivasan said...

Tempting platter!!