There are some dishes in Indian cuisine that just can’t be served with any Indian bread; they have to be paired with their partner. Simple dishes like Paneer masala or Butter Chicken if served with chappati or roti would be an absolute no no, they have to be served with the all so famous Butter Naan. Today’s recipe is of naan it is made from scratch at home without yeast and egg and simply made over your stove top. Naan is made with plain flour, milk and secret ingredient to give it a slight rise and puff the baking powder. Super soft, fluffy, buttery and a sure shot hit amongst your guest. Let’s get cookin!
If you’ve been to Amritsar then you must have seen in every nook and corner a dhaba or a eating joint, which serves Plain and stuffed Kulcha. Amritsar is no doubt the food heaven that serves all and any kind of Indian breads, from plain to stuffed, you name it and you’ll get it. Today we are focusing on one of the many plain stuffed bread that is stuffed Amritsari Aloo Kulcha. The dough is made with flour and baking powder, kneaded to a soft dough and then laminated and layered with butter or ghee, this steps gives the kulcha it’s layers and texture. Stuffed perfectly with seasoned potatoes stuffing, and then cooked on a tava over directly flame until soft and crispy. Served with Pindi Chole or just plain curd and pickles. Do try.
Bhatura is one of the most popular dish of North India. It’s a traditionally fried variety of Indian Breads savored with Chole Masala. Made with maida, curd, baking powder and baking soda, kneaded until you get smooth and soft dough. Rolled and then deep fried until golden brown, served with Chole, hence they are always paired and called Chole Bhature. A Punjabi specialty, popular all over loved by every Indian. Let’s begin!
Let’s make a very popular breakfast recipe. Easy to make, crispy yet soft Masala Potato Poori or most commonly known as Aloo Puri. Puri is a puffy, light and crisp unleavened deep fried Indian bread, served during breakfast, along with pickle or vegetable gravy. It is made with wheat flour, boiled potatoes, little bit of the masala and suji to give it the extra crispness. One of the favorite tiffin items for kids and enjoyed by all. So let’s begin!!
India is so diverse and so is the Indian Cuisine, where ever you choose to go every region has its own unique food and even unique preparation technique. Today we bring you something flaky, something crispy and something super tasty it’s none other than authentic Lachha Paratha it’s also widely known as Warqi Parotta. This Indian flaky bread is multi layered, made with flour and pan fried with loads of ghee. This particular recipe comes with a twist of pudina or mint flavour. Lets begin!!!
Kulche is the most popular Indian flatbread after Naan. It’s mostly found in the northern states of India. They are made with flour, yeast, milk and butter. Super soft in texture and taste delicious with Pindi Chole or any other Indian gravy. They can be stuffed or eaten plain, whichever way you like it. They are filling and immensely satisfying.