Kulcha, indian flatbread

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Originating from the northern Indian region, this typical leavened flatbread made with wheat flour is popular, especially in Pakistan. The Punjabis makes them best. The basic ingredients are similar to that of a naan, but then it is filled with onions, paneer or potatoes. Once the bread is baked, it is then rubbed with butter or oil, and then eaten with a hot flaming chickpea curry (chole).

Goes well with a curry gravy or dish, or to go along with Chicken Biryani. For desserts, try the Kulfi Indian ice cream too.

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