Onion kulcha | Onion Kulcha Recipe With Whole Wheat flour | How to make Stuffed Kulcha

stuffed onion kulcha with onion

Onion kulcha

Onion Kulcha Recipe

Stuffed onion kulchas made from whole wheat flour is favorite breakfast at my home. This kulchas tastes so good that there is no need to make any side dish with it. I just serve it with plain curd, raita or as it is. Most of the times, I make whole wheat flour plain kulchas when I make any Punjabi paneer, matar or chole recipe, I make extra kulcha dough and make this onion kulchas. I add onion and some spices to the stuffing. This recipe is same as stuffed onion paratha, the only difference is dough and the method to roll it. I add onion slices as topping when I roll it. Onion gets roasted and becomes crispy. This topping gives kulchas a Desi pizza look.

What is Kulcha ?

Kulcha is leavened bread popular in India and Pakistan. Amritsar in Punjab is famous for Amritsari kulchas. Variety of kulchas are served here such as onion kulchas, aloo kulchas, plain kulcha, masala kulcha, and paneer kulcha. In Amritsar there are famous places that serve these tasty mouthwatering kulchas. It is usually eaten with chole or matar. The authentic kulchas are made in tandoor (earthen clay oven) but you can easily make this tasty Indian bread on skillet (tawa).

Onion Kulcha

Whole Wheat Onion Kulcha

How to make Kulcha healthy and low in calories?

Punjabi recipes taste awesome even if they are made with less oil or butter. Just replace some ingredients with the healthy option and you will find that all the diet conscious people can enjoy these awesome cuisine. Kulchas are generally made from maida (refined flour), but I don’t use maida in my recipes. This whole wheat flour kulcha also tastes good and remains soft even when its cold. Some times I even add oat flour to it. With curd, these kulchas make a complete breakfast. I add very less oil or no oil to roast this kulchas and that’s why it has less calories than normal 100% whole wheat flour kulcha.

100% Whole Wheat Flat Bread (Kulcha)

Nutrition Fact

  •  
Calories 120 Sodium 200 mg
Total Fat 3 g Potassium 0 mg
Saturated 0 g Total Carbs 19 g
Polyunsaturated 0 g Dietary Fiber 2 g
Monounsaturated 0 g Sugars 1 g
Trans 0 g Protein 4 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Vitamin A 0% Calcium 2%
Vitamin C 0% Iron 6%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs. source- myfitnesspal

Onion  Stuffing In this Kulchas

These Kulchas are stuffed with onion, spices/masala and coriander leaves. Onion has lots of health benefits and is the easiest way to beat heat during summers.Many people don’t eat onion as it gives bad breath but there are various ways to solve this problem.

You can use any of this the following tips to solve onion breath whenever you eat any onion recipe or raw onion -

  • Eat mint leaves (pudina) or mint chutney (pudina chutney) whenever you eat onion recipes.
  • Drink green tea after you eat onion in breakfast.
  • Eating apple also removes onion breath.
  • Chew cardamom after you eat onion in your food.
  • Lemon water also removes onion breath.

I have garnished this kulchas with kalonji (nigella seeds) and onion slices. Nigella seeds/ kalonji are used in Punjabi cuisines and has lots of health benefits. It is also used in North Indian style pickles. In place of kalonji (nigella seeds) you can also use black sesame seeds (kali til) or white sesame til (safed til).

I have explained step by step recipe to make this whole wheat flour onion kulchas without yeast. Do share your recipe to make this kulchas healthier and tastier.

Ingredients to make stuffed onion kulcha Recipe

For onion kulcha dough
  • 3 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 ½ cup curd
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon sugar (optional)
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • lukewarm water to make dough
For onion kulcha stuffing
  • 2 cup finely chopped onion
  • 2 teaspoon coriander powder (dhania powder)
  • 2 teaspoon fennel seed powder (saunf powder)
  • 2 teaspoon finely chopped green chili
  • 1 tablespoon coriander leaves
  • salt to taste

For garnishing onion kulchas

Step By Step Method To Make Onion Kulcha

  1. Mix all the ingredients of kulcha dough.IMG_3584
  2. Add little water to make it smooth.IMG_3591
  3. Apply little oil to the dough and keep it covered aside for 1-2 hoursIMG_3588
  4. Mix all the stuffing ingredients except salt.
  5. Divide the dough into 8-9 even sized ball.
  6. Roll out the ball into small circle dusting wheat flour.IMG_3623
  7. Keep 1 tablespoon of stuffing in the center.IMG_3624
  8. Sprinkle little salt on the stuffing. I don’t mix salt in stuffing as onion oozes water as soon as we add salt to it.IMG_3625
  9. Gather all the corners, seal it, dust wheat flour and roll the kulcha into flat disc of 6-7 inch with the roller.IMG_3626
  10. Sprinkle some nigella seeds (kalonji) and onion slices over it. Again roll it out to fix the seeds and onion.IMG_3627
  11. Heat the tawa and put rolled out onion kulcha on it .IMG_3628
  12. Cover it with plate and let it cook on medium to low flame for 1- 2 minutes.IMG_3629
  13. Flip it over to other side and spread little oil all over kulcha (skip oil if you want to make oil free kulcha). Let it cook, then flip it again and spread little oil on other side. Cook well until brown spot appears on both the sides of kulcha.IMG_3643
  14. Serve this tasty onion kulcha with Raita, Pickle, Chutney or sauce.IMG_3637

Let me know if you like this recipe in comments below.

 

4 Comments

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  2. Very easy recipe. Please also add the amount of calories in each kulcha, and other servings.

  3. I tried this recipe and believe me it turned out so yummy nd delicious ..this recipe is a perfect no fail healthy recipe .thumbs up to d recipe

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