This dough can also be filled to make a kulcha, essentially naan dough stretched around a stuffing and rolled back out to a thin disk before baking. Paowalla serves several flavors of kulcha, including bacon, the wildly popular cheddar with chile and cumin, and a seasonal vegetable such as daikon, cauliflower, or ramp. Other traditional fillings include lamb, honey with cashews and coconut, and paneer, and the dough is an excellent neutral base for experimentation. So long as your filling doesn’t contain a lot of extra moisture, put whatever you want inside: crabmeat and herbs. Pork and apples. Raisins and almonds. Naan is ripe for customization.