Kulcha is a popular North Indian bread especially from the region of Punjab. Amritsar, a city in Punjab is famous for its Amritsari kulchas. Kulchas can be cooked and stuffed with Paneer, Potatoes, Vegetables, Onion and other fillings. They can be served with vegetarian and non-vegetarian curries as per Regional and personal preferences.
There is not much difference between Kulcha and Naan. Both are of Indian origin. From my North Indian friends, I came to know that we use Yeast in naan as its leavening agent whereas baking powder and baking soda are used to prepare Kulcha. It is also said that Naan is made up of whole wheat atta and kulcha with all-purpose flour. Also, naan is made using tandoor or oven while kulcha is often made on stove top. Both can be prepared by placing stuffings in it.
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Delicious and soft kulcha is ready to relish.
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