8 Savoury Flatbreads From Punjabi Cusine 2021

  • Gatika Pal
  • August 18, 2021

When it comes to Punjabi cuisine, the whole city goes crazy, especially a Delhiite. Punjabi food and its flatbreads have connected the whole of India with its spicy tandoori, buttery flavours. Indeed, India is a land of unity and diversity when it comes to food. Here are some recipes we managed for you. Try these famous Punjabi rotis, which you can make at home quickly and easily.

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Amritsari Kulcha

4.2
21 Ratings
Amritsari Kulcha :

Amritsari kulcha is famous for its street flavour that you can have in the city of Guru, i.e. Amritsar. It is stuffed with a spicy mixture of paneer and potatoes along with some local ingredients.

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Makki Di Roti

4.3
28 Ratings
Makki Di Roti :

A traditional pair of a meal, i.e. a roti, which is served with sarso ka saag. How can we forget to mention this famous Punjabi roti? Add ginger, carom seeds, and fresh chillies in the dough while kneading to make it more appetising.

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Amritsari Laccha Paratha

3.7
19 Ratings
Amritsari Laccha Paratha :

Amritsari laccha paratha has many layers which you haven’t thought of. Do you know it is perfect to pair up with some delicious spicy chole?

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Punjabi Style Aloo Paratha

4.6
20 Ratings
Punjabi Style Aloo Paratha :

Another paratha you can have at any time is topped with white butter and served with curd or pickle.

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Punjabi Style Stuffed Flatbread

4.7
13 Ratings
Punjabi Style Stuffed Flatbread :

This flatbread is widely popular on the streets as well as in dhabas, easily found on highways.

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Amritsari paneer kulcha recipe

3.7
20 Ratings
Amritsari paneer kulcha recipe :

Paneer is the soul of Punjabi cuisine, which can be stuffed, made into the gravy, or eaten tandoori. But, do you know that traditionally this kulcha is served with dal makhani or shahi paneer?

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