Kulcha


Kulcha
Un kulcha.

El kulcha es un pan plano típico de la cocina del norte de la India. Se elabora con la harina maida y se suele servir con el cholay. Se trata de una receta típica de la cocina panyabí y es muy popular en la ciudad de Amritsar, donde se suelen incluir otros ingredientes y finalmente se enrollan para ser metidos en el horno y ser servidos con curry de garbanzos o con salsa de menta, cebollas picadas, puré de patatas, etc.


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