Kulcha are Indian flatbreads similar to naan, but the key difference between them is that they are made using maida or a refined white flour whereas naan tends to be made with a wheat flour. Naan dough is leavened with yoghurt and yeast to make it soft and light, whereas Kulcha dough is not.
Kulcha are speciality flaky breads, specifically from Amritsar. Round in shape, they tend to be stuffed with delicious soft potatoes and spices and then served with chole (chickpea curry). This makes an especially yummy breakfast dish!
The best way to mop up and delicious curry sauce.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||1.2|
|of which sugars (g)||3.8|