Wheat Kulcha

Kulcha and naan are the famous Indian breads. Generally prepared with the all-purpose flour but I wanted to make it a little healthy so I used the wheat flour and it turned out to be equally good and soft. This kulcha has the tandoor like texture as we cook it directly on the flame. It can be enjoyed with any Indian Gravy of your choice like Amritsari Chole, Aloo Gravy, Paneer Butter Masala or Matar Paneer, etc.

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: North Indian

Time: Preparation – 2 hours 15 mins, Cooking – 15 mins, Total – 2.5 hours

Servings: 3 (makes 6 kulchas)

Ingredients:

  1. Wheat Flour – 1 1/2 cup
  2. Curd (Dahi or Plain Yogurt) – 2 tbsp
  3. Oil – 2 tbsp
  4. Milk – 3 tbsp
  5. Sugar – 1 tsp
  6. Baking Powder – 1/2 tsp
  7. Salt to taste
  8. Black Cumin Seeds – 1 tbsp
  9. Coriander Leaves – 2-3 tbsp
  10. Warm Water – as required (to knead the dough)
  11. Ghee (or unsalted butter) – as required

PS: 1 Cup = 250 ML

How to make Wheat Kulcha:

  1. Take a bowl. Add wheat flour, curd, baking powder, sugar, oil, milk and salt. Mix well
  2. Start adding warm water. Knead to make a soft smooth dough
  3. Cover the dough with damp cloth and keep aside for 2-3 hours
  4. After 2-3 hours knead the dough again. Dust it if required
  5. Make 6 equal portion balls
  6. Take a ball and dust it with wheat flour
  7. Start rolling it with a rolling-pin and make roughly 2-3 inches circle
  8. Sprinkle black cumin seeds and coriander leaves. Start rolling again and make a 5-6 inches circle. Do not make it too thin, it has to be a little thick
  9. Flip over (the plain side) and spread 1-2 tsp of water (it’ll help the kulcha to stick to the tawa)
  10. Meanwhile heat the tawa (do not use a non stick pan as kulcha will not stick)
  11. When tawa is hot. Place the kulcha with your hand on it from the plain side (black cumin seeds side stays on the top)
  12. Once bubbles starts to appear flip the entire tawa and place it directly on the flame  with 2-3 inches gap (to get the tandoor style texture and kulcha will remain stick to the tawa)
  13. When brown spots starts to appear take it off the flame. Remove the kulcha from the tawa with help of a spoon or a spatula
  14. Top it with ghee or butter
  15. Your Wheat Kulcha is ready. Serve hot with your favorite curry.

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks so appetizing.

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  2. PS says:

    Wow….So easy to make.

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    1. Thank you!!! Yeah it’s quite easy 🙂

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  3. Megala says:

    Nice & easy!

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    1. yeah.. Thank you 🙂

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  4. Awesome share…Will try this definitely..

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you!!! Do share how you liked it 🙂

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  5. Vidya Narayan says:

    Beautiful images! Loved the recipe

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  6. mistimaan says:

    So nice….I would love to try myself 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you!!! 🙂 try and share how you liked it…

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  7. Reema says:

    You are just surprising me with such awesome recipes! Thanks a ton! Do you know this is the 4th recipe that I have bookmarked! I am falling in love with all your recipes!! I can’t thank you enough!!

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting the blog and liking the recipes. I am delighted 😀 do try some !!! It’s my pleasure 🙂 thank you again!!!

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