When we were kids, I remember buying readymade kulcha (something like pizza base) from a nearby supermarket quite frequently. It just had to be cooked on a hot tava and was then served with some exotic and tasty side dish of our choice preferably paneer which was our hot favourite at that time and continues to be even now,but channa is a great authentic combo.
I made this few weeks ago and it was so delicious and made a very filling lunch too.
- Mix all the ingredients in a a bowl. Also add finely slit green chillies,salt and red chilly powder if you wish.
- How to proceed-
- Pinch a small portion of the dough. Roll it into a circle. Make a small ball of the filling and place it on the center of the circle. Seal the ends and form a ball again. Now roll it with a rolling pin to a thick circle. Heat a girdle or tava. Place this circle on it. Cook on both sides till you see small brown spots appear on them. Apply some ghee on them .