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KULCHA PIZZA

KULCHA IS A SPECIAL INDIAN BREAD VERY SOON I WILL POST RECIPE ALSO ...

                                           supremo kulcha pizza

Pizza

This is a superb substitute of pita pockets ....its easy and fast and excellent breakfast dish..my kids just love it and often ask for it... very nutritious as it contains lots of vegetables and cheese and you can also add veg meat  if u want............ 


Recipe follows:-

Ingredients;-

kulchas...................1pkt or 8 piece
for stuffing:-
butter.....................................2 tbsp
cabbage shredded.............1/4 cup
carrot shredded...................1/4 cup
mushroom chopped..............4tbsp
onion chopped......................1 cup
tomato chopped.....................1 cup
green chilly chopped...............2 tsp
tomato ketchup  ......................2 tbsp
salt as per taste
pepper as per taste
mix herb....................................2 tsp
cheddar cheese.......................1 cup

(britaniya cheeza or pizza cheese is a good substitute in india) 
To cook sauce heat butter in a pan add onion and sauté for 2 to 3 min .add capsicum and mushroom in it saute for 2 min then add other vegetables and cover for 2 min or till turn soft
add tomatoes and salt and pepper mix well add herb and tomato ketchup mix well cook for another 2 to 3 min or till dry in consistency 
take fresh kulcha spread sauce and top with cheese 
now fold kulcha and grill in Pennie maker or in oven 
serve hot with ketchup
 tip:- you can add paneer cubes also for that cut cubes and sprinkle chat masala on it and place them in kulcha

Comments

alok said…
nice recipes all of them do post some desserts also........
minal sharma said…
Thanks to visit my space.. Ya sure...
minal sharma said…
Thanks to visit my space.. Ya sure...

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