Breads are an integral part of an Indian meal. Be it rotis, puri, naan or the soft and fluffy kulchas, no meal is ever complete without an addition of any of these! Kulcha is a variety of leavened Indian flatbread that is mostly found around the northern part of India and is often paired with a scrumptious bowl of chole. Soft and often stuffed with a variety of delicious ingredients, kulchas come in a whole lot of variety. A kulcha lover would definitely nosh upon the generously stuffed Punjabi delight Amritsari kulcha or the scrumptious onion kulcha. But did you know that there's a popular kulcha from the streets of Jammu and Kashmir that you might have not tried yet?
Kaladi Kulcha is a traditional dish from Udhampur district of Jammu. Kaladi is basically matured cheese which served with the choice of bread but preferably kulcha's - which makes it a perfect evening snack! Kaladi is a type of dense cheese that is usually made from cow's or buffalo's milk and is salted while serving. It is popular across the world, a type of which is only made in the state of Jammu. A super quick and yummy dish that you can savour in no more than ten minutes, kaladi kulcha is a must-try authentic dish from the region.
Kaladi Kulcha is a traditional dish from Udhampur district of Jammu.
Kaladi kulcha is one of the most-loved street foods in Jammu in which kaladi cheese is sautéed in oil on a pan, cooked till brown in colour from both sides and stuffed between roasted kulchas. Serve it piping hot with your choice of chutney and you'll be left slurping!
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