Bheeja Kulcha (wet bread) is a a spicy Ambersari delicacy prepared from the Kulchas. Kulcha is a flat bread commonly consumed by people in North India. Generally stuffed kulcha is made from all purpose flour and can be enjoyed with most Indian curries. The ingredients that go into its making are all-purpose flour, milk, curd, baking powder, cooking soda, sugar, salt, black sesame, coriander leaves, oil, butter. Bheeja Kucha or Drowned Wet Bread is made from balls of fine flour (Maida) dough dipped completely with spicy Chhole curry- prepared by frying the boiled chickpeas (Chhole) in various spices, like- turmeric powder, red chili powder, black pepper, ginger-garlic paste, salt, Garam Masala etc. The dish is served hot by topping the soft Kulchas with delicious and spicy Chhole with thick gravy garnished with finely slices of kacha aam, cut onions, green chilies, dash of lemon juice and coriander leaves 2 bheeja kulchas are sufficient for a meal which are economically priced between Rs.20 to Rs.50