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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Stuffed Kulcha Recipe / Stuffed Masala Kulcha / How to make Stuffed Kulchas at Home?

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Stuffed Masala Kulcha: Today’s recipe is a very popular North Indian Stuffed Masala Kulcha. It is an appetizing & filling dinner recipe from the regular naan and roti. It tastes soft and delicious with spicy masala stuffing. It pairs up great with yoghurt and pickle. Lets see..
how to prepare this super simple kulcha at home..!
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·      Maida / All purpose flour -2 cups
·      Yeast                    - 1 tsp
·      Milk                      - ½ cup
·      Baking pwd         - ½ tsp
·      Sugar                   - 1 tsp
·      Oil or ghee           - as required
For Masala Stuffing:
·      Potato                       - 1
·      Paneer shredded       -  ½ cup
·      Red chilly pwd          - ½ tsp
·      Coriander pwd          - 1 tsp
·      Cumin pwd               - ½ tsp
·      Garam masala pwd  - 1 tsp
·      Amchur pwd              - ¼ tsp
·      Green chilly               - 1
·      Coriander leaves chopped - 2 tbsp
·      Sesame seeds             - 2 tsp
·      Salt to taste
1.              Sieve all purpose flour and keep ready.
2.             Add a tsp of yeast to ½  cup of lukewarm milk.
3.             Set it aside for minimum 1 hour.
4.             In a mixing bowl, add all purpose flour, salt, baking pwd and sugar.
5.             Combine well.
6.             To it add yoghurt, yeast mixture and oil or ghee.
7.             Knead it to smooth soft dough.
8.             Cover it with a damp cloth or cling film and let it rest for 2 hours.
For Stuffing:
9.             Meanwhile lets prepare the masala stuffing.
10.          Boil the potatoes, peel and mash it.
11.           Take it in a mixing bowl.
12.          Add grated paneer to it.
13.          Add the spices red chilly pwd, coriander pwd, cumin pwd, garam masala pwd, amchur pwd and salt.
14.          Add finely sliced green chilly and coriander leaves.
15.          Mix well.
16.          Divide into equal sized balls.
17.          Now make balls out of the dough.
18.          Roll it to small disc.
19.          Stuff the masala mixture balls and seal the edges.
20.         Dust it with flour and flatten these balls to thick parathas.
21.         Sprinkle sesame seeds and roll it slightly.
To make Kulcha:
22.         Heat a dosa pan.
23.         Grease it with ghee/oil.
24.         Place the flattened parathas carefully.
25.         Fry them on both sides by drizzling oil.
26.         Once it is golden brown, remove from flame.
27.         Stuffed masala kulchas are ready.
28.         Relish hot with yoghurt, pickle or with any spicy gravy.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Kerala Parotta / Malabar Parotta / Indian Bread Recipes

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Kerala Parotta:  How about enjoying a layered and flaky parotta that melt-away in the mouth? Yes, Kerala or Malabar Parotta is a delicacy from God’s Own Country. The scrumptiously tasty parotta can be prepared easily at home with all purpose flour, yoghurt, milk and oil. The secret of the flaky texture of this parotta lies in kneading the dough more time to loose soft texture. It tastes best when served hot with a side of..
raitha, vegetarian korma or with any non-vegetarian gravy. 
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·         All purpose flour / maida- 2 cups
·         Egg                                   - 1
·         Sugar                               - 1 tsp
·         Yoghurt                            - 2 tbsp
·         Milk                                  - ½ cup or as needed to knead
·         Salt to taste
·         Oil to cook
1.       Beat egg in a bowl and keep it ready.
2.      In a mixing bowl, take all purpose flour.
3.      To it add salt, sugar, yoghurt, 1 tbsp oil and mix.
4.      Add the beaten egg.
5.      Combine all the ingredients.
6.      Now sprinkle milk little by little and knead gently.
7.      Continue kneading the dough for 4 to 5 mins.
8.      The consistency of the dough should be soft, smooth and sticky.
9.      Now apply little oil/ ghee over the surface of the dough and keep covered.
10.   Allow to rest for 30 to 40 mins.
11.    Now grease oil in your hands and knead it for few more minutes.
12.   Divide the dough to equal sized balls.
13.   Dust the rolling disc with flour.
14.   Now roll the balls to thin shape using roller pin.
15.   Spread oil over the surface of the roti.
16.   Knead it to lengthwise pleats.
17.   Twist it to round shape.
18.   Dust with some more flour.
19.   Roll gently to small disc shape.
20.  Heat a non- stick pan on medium flame.
21.   Grease oil to it.
22.  Place the parotta carefully.
23.  Drizzle oil to the sides.
24.  Cook on both sides flipping once in a while, till it turns golden brown in colour.
25.  Keep the cooked parotta warm in hot pack.
26.  Repeat the same till all the parottas are done.
27.  Soft n fluffy Kerala parottas are ready to relish.
28.  Serve hot with raitha, spicy curry, pickle or any dip of your choice.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Boondi Raita / Dahi Boondi Raita / Easy Raita Recipes

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Today, I am gonna share one of the most popular raitas of North India, Boondi Raita. It is one of the quick & easy yoghurt dip recipe. It can be prepared by anyone in minutes and it pairs up best with biryani, paratha and many other delicious meal. In this unique raita, the crispy savory boondi is mixed together with mildly spiced yoghurt. Not only this raita tastes lipsmacking good, also this is..very good for digestion. Lets see how to prepare this handy recipe. 

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·      Yoghurt /curd                 - 2 cups
·      Red chilly pwd                - ¼ tsp
·      Roasted cumin pwd       - ¼ tsp
·      Chat masala pwd            - ½ tsp
·      Pepper pwd                     - ¼ tsp
·      Kara boondhi             - 1 cup ( click to view the homemade boondhi recipe)
·      Salt to taste
·      Fresh coriander leaves to garnish
1.     Take yoghurt / curd in a mixing bowl.
                  keep the kara boondi ready.
2.    Beat well by adding little water.
3.    Add salt and mix well.
4.   Now sprinkle red chilly pwd, cumin pwd, chat masala pwd and pepper pwd.
5.    Add finely chopped coriander leaves.
6.   Then at last add boondhi and give a good stir.
7.    Allow to rest for 2 mins, so that the flavors seep through the curd.
     Transfer to serving bowl.
8.   Garnish with more boondhis, coriander leaves and red chilly pwd.
9.   Flavorful boondhi raita is ready in no minutes.
10.Relish immediately and enjoy the crisp taste of boondhis along with spicy yoghurt taste.