Plain Butter Kulcha
Indian flatbreads are crispy, soft, delicious and
add a distinctive flavour to the entire meal. Out of the various Indian breads
one of the most famous and widely consumed is kulcha. There are different
variations of kulcha available in the market and made at home. Originally
Kulchas and naans are made on a special tawa but they can also be made on the
same pan as the others using a little technique.
butter Kulcha is garnished with fresh coriander for flavour. It goes well with
every curry dish and dry sabji as well. Preparing a kulcha is easy and fun and
can be done at any time of the day. Serve plain butter kulcha to your guests to
make them go crazy for your food!
In a bowl add dry ingredients like maida or all purpose flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder and mix
Knead the dough by adding ghee or melted butter, curd and water
After making a soft dough, cut it into smaller pieces. Make sure the pieces are larger than those used to make chapatis
Roll the kulcha using a rolling pin and sprinkle kalonji or sesame seeds on the rolled kulcha along with chopped coriander leaves
Transfer the rolled kulcha onto a preheated pan
Cover the pan with a lid and let it cook on one side
Once cooked flip the kulcha, and let it cook on the other side
After the kulcha is thoroughly cooked on both side brush the upper side of the kulcha with melted butter
Repeat the same for other dough balls
Serve plain butter kulcha hot and crispy with gravy dishes or dry sabji.