Kulcha Sandwich Recipe | Easy Sandwich Recipes

What is Kulcha Sandwich?

Kulcha sandwich is a tangy and spicy sandwich with the crunchy bites of onions, coriander seeds and crushed peppercorns. Kulcha is an Indian flat bread often served with chickpeas curry or yellow peas curry. I always get some extra kulchas whenever I plan to make matar kulcha or chole kulcha because we all love to have kulcha sandwich.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Kulcha Sandwich Recipe

I made kulcha sandwich with leftover kulcha. But it is worth to buy a pack of kulcha to make kulcha sandwich. I used a hot and tangy potato stuffing for kulcha sandwich. I have cooked the sandwich on an electric griller. You can make it on a skillet or pan too. And of course you can use this recipe to make sandwich with bread. Kulcha sandwich makes an great breakfast option.

Other recipes using kulcha recipes are matar kulcha and aloo kulcha. Matar kulcha is a famous street food item. Find the recipe here. Aloo kulcha is a stuffed and delicious kulcha. Find the recipe here.

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How to make Kulcha Sandwich

1. Prepare masala : Dry roast 1 tsp coriander seeds and ½ tsp black pepper corns. Let them cool down.


2. Grind them coarsely.


3. Prepare potato stuffing : In a bowl add 2 boiled and mashed potatoes, salt to taste, ½ tsp red chilli powder, ½ tsp dry mango powder, coarse masala, 1 chopped onion and handful of chopped coriander, infact more than that ;). Mix them well.


4. Prepare sandwiches : Cut kulcha into 2 halves. Spread a thick layer of potato stuffing. Do not miss the edges and curves. Tip: Kulchas are thicker than breads, so make sure to add more stuffing to make the sandwich.


5. Cover with another half of the kulcha.


6. Cook sandwiches : Apply little butter (mine was cold [just out of fridge]; you make sure to take it out before time). Grill till both the sides turn golden brown.


7. Bon appétit : Serve kulcha sandwich with tomato ketchup or coriander chutney.


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