The crisp lip-smacking flatbread stuffed with select spices and boiled potatoes, ‘Kulcha Amritsar’ or ‘Amritsari Naan’ is a delight from the North Indian state of Punjab. Enjoyed as a heavy breakfast, filling lunch or a cheat dinner when on diet, it is loaded with proteins, fats, carbs and fibre. Accompany it with a side of Pindi chole or paneer gravy, curd and pickle, or polish it off with a doll ... op of white home-made butter. Wash it down with a tall glass of lassi for a satiating experience in Punjabi style. With potato as the main filling in the Amritsari kulcha recipe, it is popular with people of all age groups. Add some grated cheese to make it interesting for kids. Potato - a vegetable loved by all provides the fibre content, vitamin C, potassium and vitamin B6. It helps decrease the risk of heart ailments and reduces the amount of bad cholesterol in the blood. We have used curd in this Amritsari naan recipe to ferment the dough in lieu of yeast. Curds with its prebiotic properties aid in digestion, improves immunity, adds radiance and healthy glow to the skin and hair, and assists in healthy weight loss. The coriander seeds are a rich source of copper, zinc, iron and essential minerals. It improves metabolism and heart health while the pomegranate seeds or anardana are a rich source of fibre, antioxidants, vitamin E and magnesium. Replacing the maida with whole wheat flour in this Amritsari kulcha recipe makes it perfect for the health-conscious individuals.
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