Jun 26, 2011

Aloo Panner Kulcha

Aloo Paneer Kulcha
I made this dish for dinner yesterday and I gotta tell you this, It was so soft and just melts in your mouth..Since I added potatoes in the dough it was so soft,but this is entirely optional..i used paneer in the filling,but you could use tofu also..This is a thick kind of paratha so you don’t have to use a rolling pin for rolling this,just press the dough with your hands...This is perfect for lunch box for kids,since they love paneer and potatoes..Please try this and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

For dough:
Wheat flour / Atta-1 cup
All purpose flour / Maida-1 cup
Potao-1 boiled and mashed
Salt to taste
Oil-1 tblspn
Warm water-as required.

For filling:
Potato-2 boiled and mashed
Tofu / Paneer-1 cup crumbled
Red chilli powder -1tsp
Garam masala powder-1 tsp
Chat masala powder-1 tsp
Coriander powder-1 tsp
Ginger garlic paste-1 tblspn
Cumin seeds-1 tsp
Coriander leaves-1 tblspn minced
Salt to taste
Lemon juice-1 tblspn
  
Method:

In a mixing bowl add wheat flour,All purpose flour,potato,salt,oil and combine with your hands till it forms coarse crumbs.Slowly add in warm water and knead it into a soft dough..Cover the dough with damp cloth and let it rest for 30 min.

After 30 min,divide the dough into equal portions.set this aside.

For filling,Mix potato,paneer,chilli powder,garam masala powder,coriander powder,chat masala,salt together.

Heat oil in a kadai and add cumin seeds and ginger garlic paste..Then add this filling and saute for 5 min.

Add in coriander leaves and lemon juice and switch off the flame.

Let this cool and then Divide into equal portions as per roti balls.

Take one roti ball add place the filling inside this and roll into thick roti.

Heat a tawa and place this roti in that and toast on both sides till golden.Dont forget to apply oil on both sides while toasting the paratha.

Serve hot with raita or any pickle..

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants for filling

Mix all your ingrediants for filling

saute cumin seeds and ginger garlic paste..add this filling and mix well.Garnish with coriander leaves and lemon juice

All done

Grab your ingrediants for dough

mix well and form a dough

Divide in to equal portions

stuff the filling in dough and form a ball..Roll into thick paratha

Toast in a pan till golden

SERVE

ENJOY

33 comments:

  1. fantastic pictorial of a perfectly made dish :) two thumbs up dear

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  2. Aloo and paneer yummy combination...looks perfected

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  3. Wow delicious..yesterday I had onion kulcha( store brought) and was wondering how to make it..thanks for the recipe..will give this a try.

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  4. omg this looks soo good! We make some similar at home, i could eat lots of it!!

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  5. Wow! I loved this recipe, has certainly encouraged me to do at home.

    a hug

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  6. I've never heard of this but I love all of the flavors and it looks yummy!

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  7. Las recetas con estas especias me gustan mucho.
    Besos.

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  8. the kulchas look awesomely delicious !

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  9. Kulchas look awesome! A great combination of potato and paneer.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. My favourite anytime,highly inviting..

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  11. perfect aloo kulchas!!looking very soft!

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  12. Aarthi... thank you for stopping by my blog. I enjoyed poking around yours and will be visiting again! This dish looks delish!

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  13. Fabulous tutorials! I think I may try one of your delicious dishes! Yum!
    Jo-Anna

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  14. I just found your site! Love it, what a body of work.

    Have you considered submitting to eRecipeCards.com ??? A great place to be seen, and I know these would get a lot of interest (as would your top ten back list)

    Will be back

    Dave

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  15. wow, looks superb, never made kulchas before, love them, great step by step pics :)

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  16. Oh these are lovely. This is a very common breakfast dish in my contry

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  17. This looks absolutely delicious! Love the fillings in your yummy breads!

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  18. Very interesting recipe.. I am going to try this one..

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  19. Amazing recipes and fantastic blog.
    Thank you so much for visiting me. Loved your corner and I'll be back soon.
    Cheers,
    Lia.

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  20. Hi,
    If im making this kulcha without paneer will it be good and can i follow the same method shown here?
    Both for the dough making and for the filling we need potatoes?

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  21. @Aswathy You can make it with aloo alone..And you can skip adding potatoes to dough too..But adding potatoes to dough make it more softer

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  22. How to close the kycha after placing the filling. How to get the centre of the kulcha in even thickness and filling as the sides.

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  23. @zee sonyJust grab the sides and pinch them together. then flatten them and roll

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  24. Hi Aarthi Di...
    I just wanna know that how many kulchas will get from this quantity?? I mean u dint mention SERVES here.... Plz specify.
    Thank you :)

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  25. Maida and wheat flour each one one cup. But when it comes to pictorial representation I can see some size variations.. can your mention grams

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