Originating from the northern region of India,
is a leavened bread made from all-purpose flour and yogurt. It is traditionally served with a variety of flavorful
and dips, making it the perfect side dish for any meal. With its subtle yet satisfying flavor,
is a staple in Indian households and a crowd-pleaser at any gathering. So, whether you're a seasoned cook or just starting out, this recipe is sure to be a hit. Let's get started and learn how to make this mouth-watering bread in your own kitchen!
250gm Maida (All Purpose Flour)
Yeast (Optionally 1tsp baking powder + ½ tsp baking soda)
Finely chopped Garlic
Finely chopped Coriander
We take 1 tsp of
and add some water. Usually we use baking powder and baking soda, but I am using yeast for making the dough preparation. yeast
We add the Maida, yeast and 2-3tbsp of yogurt into a mixing bowl.
We add 1 tsp of sugar and salt according to taste.
We add ½ cup of warm water to this and mix it into a smooth dough.
If needed we add additional water. We make a soft dough, in the end we add 1-2 tsp oil to the dough.
We cover the dough and let it rest for 1-2 hours for the dough to rise.
The dough has risen well, we mix into a uniform dough and ready to make the Kulchas.
We take some flour on the rolling board.
We take the soft dough and tap it into a kulcha form. There is no fixed shape , roughly tapped into the desired thickness.
We add the toppings to the kulcha. We add some sesame seeds, chopped garlic and chopped garlic.
Tap the toppings gently
Similarly, make kulcha with different topics, we make plain kulcha with just sesame and coriander toppings.
Take a pan and some butter to the pan.
Once the pan is hot, we take the kulcha and add it to the pan.
We add some butter and flip it after the bottom is cooked well.
We let it cook until it is golden on the top.
Similarly, we make other kulchas.
Serve it with butter and other dishes to enjoy with!
Kulcha is ready to be enjoyed! Bon Appetit!
: Health Benefits of Kulcha
Good source of carbohydrates: Kulcha is made from all-purpose flour, which is a rich source of carbohydrates, providing the body with energy.
Contains fiber: All-purpose flour used to make kulcha contains fiber which aids in digestion and promotes satiety.
Rich in vitamins and minerals: The addition of yogurt to the dough provides kulcha with essential vitamins and minerals like calcium, which are important for strong bones and teeth.
Low in fat: Unlike other deep-fried breads, kulcha is baked or shallow fried, which makes it lower in fat and a healthier option for those watching their calorie intake.
Supports gut health: Yogurt used in the dough contains probiotics, which are beneficial for maintaining a healthy gut and supporting digestion.
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