Friday, June 6

Stuffed masala kulchas

“Nice Matters Award is for those bloggers who are nice people; good blog friends and those who inspire good feelings and inspiration. Also for those who are a positive influence on our blogging world.” Got another award and thanks Jayasree for passing this Award to me.

I would like to pass on this award to
Kribha and
Stuffed masala kulcha was adapted from sanjeev kapoor's collection of recipes. Tried kulcha for the first time and it really turned out very soft . This is my contribution to Srivalli's Roti mela. Ingredients
For the Dough
maida- 3 cups
curd-1/4 cup
warm milk- 3/4 cup
yeast - 1 1/2 tsp
sugar- 1tsp
baking powder- 1/2 tsp
butter- 2 tbsps
salt - 1 tsp or acc to taste
oil
For the Filling
potatoes- 2 medium, boiled and grated
paneer-100 gms, grated
onion-1 chopped finely
green chillies- 2 chopped finely
coriander leaves- a few chopped finely
lemon juice(optional)- little
salt to taste

Method

Mix yeast and sugar in lukewarm milk.Cover with a lid and keep aside for 1/2 an hour or until it becomes frothy.
Mix maida, baking powder and salt. Add butter and curds to it and mix well.
Now add the activated yeast mixture and make a soft dough. Leave it covered for 4 hours.
After 4 hrs the dough would have doubled in size. Add 1 tbsp of oil and knead it well for 10 minutes.
Mix all the ingredients for the filling.

Divide the dough into equal sized balls , Take one , roll it into a small circle and place 1 or 2 tsp of the filling in the center. Bring the edges together and seal them . Dust with flour and roll out into 1/2" thick parathas.
Place it on a heated tava and cook on both sides by brushing with a little oil.
Serve hot with chole , raita or any curry.

22 comments:

srivalli said...

Thank you for the lovely entry!

Medhaa said...

looks yumm, will try this sometime. Thanks for sharing

Vani said...

Kulcha looks delicious, Prema! And congrats on your award! :)

Cham said...

They looks delicious those kulchas

Uma said...

delicious kulchas!Congrats on the award.

Asha said...

Delish! Great entry. Enjoy your award!:)

easycrafts said...

Congrats on the award...delicious looking kulchas

Jayashree said...

Congratulations on the award....and the kulchas look delish.

Vanamala said...

Oh really nice paratha..will try

Kalai said...

Beautiful rotis, Prema!! I am bookmarking these to try. Congrats on the award. You are definitely a nice person! :)

kamala said...

Going to try this soon Prema..Looks perfect.Congrats on ur award

Happy cook said...

Delicious parathas and congrats for the awards

Sagari said...

deleciouss kilchassss prema

Andhra Flavors said...

masala kulchas looks lovely.

Vcuisine said...

They are indeed soft Prema. Congrats on the award. Viji

Rachel dhas said...

delicious looking kulchas...will try this for today's dinner

sra said...

Prema, thanks for the award, not sure if you saw my mail! I'm quite fond of kulchas!

Kribha said...

Hi Prema,
Thanks for the lovely award. I feel so honoured. Actually I came to your blog to find your e-mail id so that I could contact you regarding arusuvai chain. But here I am pleasantly surprised by your award. Sorry for my late response. Been very busy in the past few months. Anyway, take care and will mail you shortly.

Kribha said...

OOps.. forgot this. I wish to contact you regarding arusuvai chain. Please do mail me at kribha@yahoo.com if intreseted.

Kribha said...

Hi Prema,
Glad to know that you are intrested in the arusuvai chain. Please mail me your address to kribha@yahoo.com. Will proceed from there. Have a great day!

workhard said...

Now that looks really really yummy.. i love all kinds of stuffed parathas and kulchas



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Unknown said...

Hi,

Baking soda is used in the preparation of Kulchas. If you use yeast, it becomes a Naan, that's the basic difference. I am sure both taste heavenly good!