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Stuffed Paratha Recipe

Stuffed Paratha

Stuffed Paratha is that one comfort food that is loved by people across the country. A stuffed paratha can be paired with almost all kinds of sabzis, and can also be made by stuffing a variety of fillings inside it. Be it also, gobhi, mooli or pyaaz. The list is endless. Enjoy these stuffed parathas for your breakfast/lunch/dinner. It is a great lunchbox recipe too.

Making a stuffed paratha may sound easy, but it’s quite a task on its own. An underestimated skill goes into making this delight. If you’ve often failed at making a perfect stuffed paratha, then we’re here to help you.

Detailed Stuffed Paratha Recipe is below

Prep time

15-20 min

Cook time

10-15 min

Total time

30 min – 1 hr

 

 

 

Course: Breakfast, Snack, Lunch, Dinner

Diet: Vegetarian

Skill Level: Medium

Cuisine: Indian

Makes:  7-8 Paratha’s

Ingredients for Stuffed Paratha

To make Paratha

For the dough

  • 2 cups wheat flour
  • water as required
  • salt as per taste
  • 1 teaspoon oil

For Stuffing 

  • 2 cups vegetables of your choice (boiled)
  • 1/4 cup paneer (cottage cheese)
  • ¼ teaspoon garam masala
  • 1-2 green chillies
  • salt as per taste
  • oil for roasting

Preparation of Stuffed Paratha Recipe

To make Paratha 

  • If you are making a vegetable paratha, boil the veggies and mash them. Add a little salt and garam masala, mix again, and set aside. If you are making paneer (cottage cheese) paratha, crumble the paneer, add chopped green chilies, garam masala, and salt.

Stuffed Paratha

  • In a bowl, mix the wheat flour, salt, oil and water to make the dough. Knead the dough and let it rest for half-an-hour.

Stuffed Paratha

  • Make small balls of the dough and roll them into flat circles (four to five inches in diameter) of even size.

Stuffed Paratha

  • Take one of the rolled dough sheets and fill it with the paneer or vegetable mix, leaving some space along the edges.

Stuffed Paratha

  • Heat a skillet and sprinkle half-a-spoon of oil on it. Place the paratha on it and let it cook, on both sides, until it turns golden brown.

Stuffed Paratha

  • Keep flipping it to make sure both the sides are well-cooked.

Stuffed Paratha

  • Serve with curd and pickle.

Stuffed Paratha

Recipe notes

Tips

  • If the stuffing is a bit soft then knead the dough soft.

“Enjoy your Path to Mom. Relish every moment!”

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