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  • n. Plural form of kulcha.


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  • I served the kulchas with some rajma (kidney bean curry).

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  • Bake for 10-12 minutes or until the kulchas are puffy and have brown spots.

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  • Trupti, the paratha recipe is yum! reminds me kulchas, except that the latter are mostly maida and the dough is prepared in sour yogurt.

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  • The sort that street vendors make to go with their kulchas/bhaturas or even rotis/aloo-parathas.

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  • DK completes it with a Spicy-Roti , Lakshmi with Onion kulchas.

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  • On leaving the city their way led through a cemetery where a few people were praying beside a grave and distributing chapatis and kulchas to passers-by, in the name of their beloved dead.

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  • "While we were walking over the city we did not see anybody that we knew, and not a soul gave us a scrap of anything to eat, till we were passing the cemetery; but there some people called to us and put into our hands some chapatis and kulchas; so my companion called the city a cemetery, and the cemetery a city."

    Indian Fairy Tales

  • You can have the green leaves either in a chutney or as added flavour in paranthas, kulchas, naans, shorbas, beverages or even in a main course dish or two!

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  • But good sense prevailed and I decided to first tuck into some lip-smacking local Rajasthani fare that consited of kulchas, dal makhani, gatte ki subzi and amazing fruit lassi.


  • [there was a little tear in this kulcha and you can see the onion peeking through and the cheese oozing through] (Adapted from this article, makes 8 kulchas) 1.

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