Hello friends! How are you all? My today's recipe is inspired and partly taken from my friend Shruti @ shrutisrasoi. She had made yummy amazing amritsari kulcha and I so wanted to try it out. I had little time and so I just changed the kulcha to have garlic flavour. It was so so yummy that my family just finished and had more than they normally have any roti. I was left with just one kulcha to taste. Ha ha. For amritsari kulcha you can click on shruti rasoi link to see her recipe. Shruts this is for you.
3 cups Maida (plain flour)
3 tbsp curd
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
salt to taste
oil for kneading.
some garlic cloves finely chopped.
sesame seeds ( til)
In a bowl, sieve Maida and add curd, baking powder, baking soda, salt, sugar and garlic cloves. Mix all of them and using water make a smooth dough. Apply some oil to the dough and mix well. Cover the dough with wet cloth and keep it for 4-5 hours at warm place and the dough would double in size. Knead the dough again with greased hands.
Make some lemon sized balls of the dough and keep aside. Take one ball and roll it out in desired shape slowly. I tried to make oblong but it became circle and top it with sesame seeds. Roast on tawa or griddle as I did. Roast both sides and take it off. I garnished a little with butter. Serve hot with any gravy dish.
Hope you like this and thanks to Shruti I made a yummy kulcha. Next time amritsari kulcha would find its way in my kitchen.. Over to you for your lovely comments.
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