Kulchas, Punjabi Whole Wheat Kulcha with Yeast
by Tarla Dalal
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Kulcha is one of the most popular breads in Northern India, just like naans, rotis and parathas. Made with a dough of whole wheat flour, yeast and curds, these Kulchas have a unique texture and mouth-feel.
Follow the instructions in the recipe consistently to ensure that the yeast gets activated well and the dough rises nicely. It is also important to cook the Kulchas on an open flame after cooking on a tava in order to get the proper texture.
The nigella seeds that are sprinkled on the Kulcha also get toasted wonderfully when cooked on an open flame and give the Kulcha an instant aroma boost. The Kulcha experience would be incomplete without a brushing of butter, so make sure you do that!
Serve them hot off the tava along with the a delicious Punjabi Subzi of your choice .
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per kulcha
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