flour, water, salt, yeast

Kulcha is a type of mildly leavened flatbread that originated from Punjab Kulcha is made from maida flour, water, a pinch of salt and a leavening agent, mixed together by hand to make a very tight dough. This dough is covered with a wet cloth and left to stand for an hour or so in a warm place. The result is a slight leavening of the flour but not much. The flour is pummelled again by hand and then rolled …

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Modified Oct. 24, 2020

Created Oct. 18, 2020 by: atasneem

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