Methi Kulcha

Methi kulcha is a flavorful Indian flatbread made with a dough infused with fenugreek leaves (methi) and typically cooked in a tandoor or on a griddle. It is a popular street food and snack in North India, known for its soft texture and aromatic taste. Methi kulcha pairs well with a variety of accompaniments, such as yogurt, chutney, or curry, and is enjoyed as a standalone dish or as part of a meal.

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Methi kulcha is a type of Indian bread that incorporates fresh fenugreek leaves (methi) into the dough, adding a distinct flavor and aroma to the flatbread. Fenugreek leaves are known for their slightly bitter taste, which complements the savory flavors of the bread.
All-purpose flour
Fresh fenugreek leaves (methi), washed and chopped
Baking powder
Ghee or oil for cooking
To prepare methi kulcha, all-purpose flour is combined with chopped fenugreek leaves, yogurt, baking powder, salt, and a pinch of sugar to form a smooth and elastic dough. The dough is then divided into smaller portions and rolled out into flat rounds.
The rolled-out kulchas are cooked on a hot griddle or tawa, brushed with ghee or oil, and cooked until golden brown and slightly crispy on both sides. Alternatively, they can be cooked in a tandoor or oven for a smoky flavor and charred edges.
Once cooked, methi kulcha is served hot, often accompanied by yogurt, chutney, or curry. It can be enjoyed as a standalone snack or as part of a meal, providing a delicious and aromatic addition to any Indian-inspired spread. Methi kulcha is particularly popular during the winter months when fenugreek leaves are in season and readily available.


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