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  Name: Plain Kulcha Popular
  Category: Bread
  Author: HS
  Date: 3/6/2006 4:32:00 PM
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Ingredients:
1. Maida ( white flour ) 2 cups
2. Dry Yeast 1 teaspoon
3. Cooking Oil 2 Tablespoons
4. Baking Soda 1/4 Teaspoon
5. Sugar 1 teaspoon
6. Salt 1 pinch
7. Yoghurt 4 Tablespoons ( room temperature)
8. Mik Warmed 1/2 cup
9. Warm Water 1/2 cup
10. Garlic Paste ( 1 teaspoon) optional


Instructions:
1. Take a Glass Bowl ( do not use a metal utensil )
2. Put some warm water in this glass bowl.
3. Add the yeast and dissolve it.
4. Add the Sugar and Salt.
5. Leave this bowl aside for about 10 minutes.
6. In 10 minutes you would see that some froth has formed on it.
7. Meanwhile take a mixing bowl.
8. Sift in the Maida ( flour) in it. It is good to sift the floor to put some air in it.
9. Pour in the mixture of water , yeast which you prepared in step 6.
10. Add the yoghurt in the flour.
11. Put in the baking soda.
12. Mix the flour together with all the ingredients and leave alone for 5 minutes.
13. After 5 minutes put some oil in this mixture.
14. Start kneading the dough with your hands.
15. Add milk as required while kneading the dough.
16. Once the dough is done cover it with a wet towel.
17. Leave it for about 4 -6 hours.
18. You would notice that the dough has doubled up in size due to the action of yeast and the baking soda.
19. Knock it by hand to take the air out of this.
20. Once you are read to cook the Kulcha heat up the Tava ( Fry Pan)
21. Take a small roll of this dough and flatten it by hand to give it a tear shape. ( You can use the rolling pin as well). If it is difficult to handle due to stickiness , smear some oil on your hands.
22. Put it on the heated pan and let it cook.
23. If you wish you could brush some garlic paste on one side of this kulcha( to make Garlic Kulcha)
24. Brush some oil and turn the side and cook the other side.


Serve it hot with some butter and the any meat or vegetarian curry.

You could also make a stuffed Kulcha by filling boiled potatoes or some diced onions, cooked minced meat etc...

If you are preparing a stuffed Kulcha then try it with some plain yoghurt.
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There are: (9) comments
Author: ishwor

Date:  11/28/2011
Comment:
nice recipes
Author: hassan

Date:  7/5/2011
Comment:
very nice
Author: hassan

Date:  7/5/2011
Comment:
very nice
Author: ruby

Date:  2/10/2011
Comment:
found the site i want but can''t copy the recipes
Author: priya

Date:  1/25/2011
Comment:
followed the instructions as given and the kulcha was delicious.
Author: stalin

Date:  9/5/2010
Comment:
the recipeis are very good and is very useful..............................
Author: pankaj

Date:  5/17/2010
Comment:
nice recipe...
Author: Batoul Ali

Date:  4/15/2010
Comment:
awesome recipe! I''d like to recieve recipes by email...
Author: Madhuri

Date:  1/6/2010
Comment:
Instructions were given very briefly in precise. Thanks for the recipe.
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