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stuffed paranthas

By mistake I have deleted few of my posts long time back labeled Indian bread... As you all know we put lots of effort to create a posts for you really difficult to regenerate it....trying to retrieve it since then, Some how I got it somewhere in my old laptops memory... Really thankful to God I was thinking of recreating this again but now I am sharing my original posts..... Very excited..







INGREDIENTS FOR THE DOUGH

 whole wheat flour………..2 cups
salt as per taste and water for kneading 



FOR THE FILLING
 carrots grated……….2-3.
 onion chopped ……..1big
 garam masala……….1 tsp
 cumin powder” jeera powder”………1 tsp
 a pinch chat masala
 salt to taste
 green chillies, chopped coriander and red chilli powder to taste
 METHOD:-
 knead the flour with salt and pepper and enough hot water to make a nice  soft dough. keep aside covered and now make your fillings.
 take a frying pan and add the carrots and sauté on the fire till the carrots are soft and dry. take off the fire and add the spices, onions, green chilies and coriander leaves. mix well and taste for seasoning. 



FOR THE PARATHAS
make small balls out of the dough. roll it round, place filling on one round and cover with the other, heat a iron gridle or a tawa well.
roll the paratha with the filling till smooth taking care it doesn’t break. Add spoon full of oil and shallow fry paranthas  and cook on both sides till done
it was delicious with pickle of your choice or even plain, in Punjab we eat paranthas with butter and curd you also try this way I am sure you will love it enjoy traditional Panjabi or Indian paranthas/bread

and “yes” a very healthy Tiffin for your kids……..

like this you can make so many different type of parathas only fillings you have to change and all these parathas are so healthy yet tasty for your family…….so try these different type of filling and enjoy famous indian parathas…….

gobhi ka parantha or cauliflower stuffing

Ingredient:-
Gobhi or cauliflower ………1 big
Green chilli…………………….2
Green coriander……………..5 tbsp
Onion chopped………………1 big
Ginger……………………….2 inch
Salt………………………1tsp
Red chilli powder…….1 tsp
Chat masala…………….1 tsp
Garam masala…………..1/2 tsp
method 

Wash and Grate cauliflower ,grate ginger and  mix chopped onion in it add all masala and green coriander ,green chilli finely chopped cauliflower filling is ready to use .
Use same method as above to make paranthas. Serve hot with butter and curd.
Paneer parantha:-

Ingredients for filling:-
Paneer ……….200gms
Onion chopped……1 big
Green chilly chopped…..2 tsp
Coriander green chopped ……….4 tbsp
Red chilli powder ………1/2 tsp
Garam masala………….1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste
Chat masala……..a big pinch

Method:-
Crushed paneer and mix all ingredients in it. Your paneer filling is ready. Use same method as above for making paranthas make crunchy crispy paranthas and enjoy with curd and butter.
Mooli ka parantha or radish stuffed Indian bread:-

Mooli……………..1 big
Green coriander …..3tbsp
Green chilli chopped…..1 tsp
Red chilli powder…….1/2 tsp
Amchoor powder……..1/2 tsp
Garam masala……….1/4 tsp
Salt as per taste
Pinch of ajwain
For mooli ka parantha grate mooli and squeeze well to drain water out of it discard this water. Now add grated ginger, green coriander and chopped green chilly. Add all dry masala and mix well mooli stuffing is ready fill in parantha dough and roll it to make paranthas as describe above. Enjoy with white butter and curd……..
Aloo ka parantha:-
Potatoes…………4 big
Ginger greated….2 inch
Green coriander…..3tbsp
Green chilly……….2tsp
Red chilly powder…1tsp
Amchoor powder….1tsp
Jeera powder………1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste

Aloo ka parantha is very popular parantha in Punjab very easy to make and very yumm to eat  and when serve with white butter and butter milk  kya kehene…it  enhanced the taste of this special treat…….

To make boil potatoes peel and mash properly add all other ingredients and mix well to give extra flavor to your aloo paranthas you can add ½ tsp of crushed garlic in it but this is absolutely optional . now mix well and make a smooth dough make small balls out of it than take a big ball of  flour dough press a little to make it flat put potato ball in the middle and slowly cover with flour dough to make a stuff ball now roll this boll in dry flour and roll it to make parantha . you can use other method also as no difference in taste .whichever way you feel comfortable now shallow fry parantha in a pan or tava to make it crisp serve hot with white butter.

Matar ka parantha:-

Peas…………1/2 kg
Onion chopped…….1 big
Ginger greated……..1 tsp
Chopped coriander ….3tbsp
Chopped chilly……..2 tsp
Red chilly powder…..1 tsp
Amchoor powder…….1/2 tsp
Salt as per taste
Garam masala……1/4 tsp

Hmmmmmmmm ….yummmm parantha
To make boil peas and mash it properly add all the ingredients and mix well filling is ready to proceed follow as mention above these paranthas are sooooo crisp and tasty that you will love it…….

Comments

Anonymous said…
This really answered my dilemma, thank you!

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