Aloo pyaz kulcha

Kulcha is a typical punjabi recipe and is a type of leavened bread originated from the Indian Subcontinent; made from maida. It is usually eaten with chole,curd and chutney.


Ingredients :-

For Dough:

  1. All pupose flour/ Maida-2cup
  2. Curd-1/4cup
  3. Baking soda-1tsp
  4. Oil -2tbspn
  5. Salt -acc to taste
  6. Sugar-1tsp n

For filling/stuffing:

  1. Boiled potato-4
  2. Onion -1/chopped
  3. Red chilly powder-2tsp
  4. Dry mango powder-2tsp
  5. Salt to taste
  6. Coriander leaves chopped
  7. Green chillies-chopped(optional)

Recipe for Dough:

  1. Mix all ingredients together but add oil in batches.
  2. Now with help of water knead into a soft and smooth dough.
  3. Add a little oil whenever dough becomes a little sticky and difficult to handle.
  4. Now grease a bowl with a little oil and keep the dough resting for about an hour  and then make kulcha’s

For filling and kulcha:

  1. Mash boil potatoes and all ingredients together and mix well and keep aside.
  2. Now divide dough into equal balls and  the potato filling into the same no. Of balls.
  3. Take one ball and roll a little now keeo the potato stuffing in center andfold the kulcha from sides covering the potato ball .
  4. Roll it now into an oval/round shape of your choice with a thickness as of paratha.
  5. Press the kulcha from sides after greasing your hands a little with oil.
  6. Now place it directly on a heated tawa and let it cook on both sides completely until golden brown and crispy .
  7. Apply a little butter and serve hot with curd, pickle ,chole or any chutney .

Author: soniabarton

A Dubai based blogger luv cooking makeup n travelling and a lot of other fun stuff lyk Dubsmashing, exploring gagdets and gaming(playstation)

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