For the day of Blogging Marathon#28 under the theme Indian breads I made Aloo Kulcha for the stuffed bread.
I had posted a recipe of onion kulcha which was given by Srivalli for the Indian Cooking Challenge.The same recipe I am followed for the kulcha dough and made the potato stuffing suits to my family taste.Here is the recipe...........
For the Kulcha
|All purpose flour/maida||11/2cups|
|Onion(chopped finely)||1(medium size)|
|Green chilly(finely chopped)||2|
|Chilly powder/milagai podi||1/4tsp|
|Coriander powder/dhania podi||1/2tsp|
|Garam masala powder||a pinch|
|Coriander leaves(finely chopped)||2tbs|
Mix the ingredients given to make kulcha in a wide bowl and mix well with water as needed to a soft dough and set it aside for 2-3 hours.
Mash the boiled potatoes to fine paste,to this add all the ingredients given.Mix it well and divide into equal portions.
Divide the dough equally and roll into a small disc and keep 1 portion of stiffing in the center.Pull the edges to the center and cover it.
Flatten it and roll gently without giving too much of pressure on a floured surface into circle.
Heat a griddle and cook it both sides in a medium flame till brown spots appear.Drizzle some oil or ghee both sides.
Serve it with curry of your choice or chole.
- The above mentioned quantity makes about 6 kulchas.
- The dough needs to rest for atleast 2 hours to get a nice soft dough.