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How To Bake WHOLE WHEAT KULCHA in Airfryer, on Tawa Without Oven [Indian SOURDOUGH BREAD Ravneet Bhalla]

Have you ever tried making a sourdough whole wheat paneer kulcha bread in India on tawa? Here's presenting my experiments with 100%whole wheat sourdough starter bread in India - today, it is a wholesome paneer kulcha recipe with sourdough in airfryer. What stands out in this sourdough bread is that it is chemical free, loaded with good things, and easy to make.
tawa baked whole wheat kulcha in airfryer (sourdough bread recipe india)

 You literally can prepare the dough at night and bake it the next day in the morning, the small sourdough loaf with whole wheat in India will taste yum.

Q. Can I get the link to whole wheat sourdough bread online India ?
Here's my experiment with 100% whole wheat sourdough bread

Q. Is this a no yeast kulcha or yeast-free kulcha bread in airfryer?
Well, the starter or levain is natural yeast that you have grown at home. It is the best thing to do if you want to give your family a healthy bread kulcha without chemicals. No baking powder/soda or yeast bread with sourdough tastes absolutely sumptuous.

paneer kulcha with whole wheat flour in airfryer

Q. Are you a sourdough expert and how long have you been baking breads in India?
Well, I am a sourdough novice - taking baby steps into the deep ocean of whole wheat sourdough bread baking. But with the results that I have got, I am loving it already and plan to exploit the world of sourdough further.
I will continue to share my sourdough bread experiments with whole wheat and gluten-free flours with you. Keep watching this space for more healthy recipes in airfryer (India).

Q. I am looking for more sourdough recipes in India.
100%whole wheat sourdough recipe that tastes not sour

Sourdough semolina buns or dinner rolls recipe

How to make a sourdough starter with whole wheat for beginners

Rava dhokla with sourdough no eno/soda recipe: 

100%whole wheat sourdough crackers recipe: 

If you are looking for whole wheat sourdough starter recipe, then this channel has one of the easy peasy sourdough starter India recipes.

Q. How does wheat flour kulcha taste?
I have attempted to bake whole wheat kulcha bread in airfryer with sourdough starter india and it tastes awesome , especially with the paneer stuffing.

Q. Does the tawa kulcha recipe give the best results as baked kulcha?
Well, the method shown in the video for baking whole wheat flour kulcha without oven gives you excellent results. However, if you wish to bake it just like the Amritsari naan kulcha, then you can grease the skillet, drop the uncooked kulcha onto it. Cover and cook on a low flame. Flip side after 2 minutes and cover again. The paneer kulcha will be ready in a jiffy. Do not forget to smear oil on top of the kulcha.

Q. Can you give a basic sourdough bread recipe India ?
If you are interested to make your own sourdough starter with 100% whole wheat flour, check this sourdough bread starter recipe India.

Q. Do you have an easy sourdough recipe India?
Perhaps the sourdough babka is the easiest here since it is no-knead too. If you are looking for a bread recipe that tastes like normal bread, then try out the whole wheat small sourdough loaf I have shared above. Here's one easy sourdough bread babka in airfryer.

Q. I want to make atta sourdough kulcha bread. Can you help?
Try out this sourdough kulcha with whole wheat and bajra.

Q. I want to learn how to make sourdough starter with whole wheat. Can you help?
I have shared a detailed step-by-step sourdough starter guide on the channel. There are video tutorials to make a sourdough starter with whole wheat that does not get sour. Check it out here. I have also shared a sourdough starter maintenance guide to make your starter less sour or completely eliminate sourness.


1 cup- 240ml 
for bread 
1 cup- whole wheat flour
2 tbsp- Bajra or pearl millet flour
4 tbsp- whole wheat starter
1/4 tsp salt + little extra for filling
4 tbsp- water
1 tsp- extra virgin olive oil


1 cup paneer (cottage cheese)
1 onion
2 tbsp- tomato paste or more
red chili powder, salt, coriander leaves or mint leaves

How to make baked wheat flour kulcha (sourdough bread in Indian conditions in airfryer or tawa)

Mix all ingredients starting with water and starter until the dough comes together. Knead for 5 min. Refrigerate overnight or for at least 5-6 hours. Then remove from the fridge. Cover with a kitchen towel. Set aside for rising. Mine took 2-4 hours to double.

Meanwhile, let's prepare the filling.
Heat oil and sautee onions, ginger.
Add salt, and masala of choice.
Drop-in paneer and stir fry. Done.

When it doubles. Cut the dough into 4 units. Make balls with each. Spread each unit in your palm and tuck ends. This means you need to pull it inside. You may add the filling at this stage. Gently roll out into oval shaped. Keep covered for 45-60 minutes for the second rise.

Preheat oven, airfryer, otg, convection, to 180 degree for 10 minutes. Smear some oil on the kulcha and bake for 25 minutes. Cover with a moist towel once done. Enjoy warm paneer kulcha at home.

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