Aloo Peas Paratha

Ingredients (Translation)

2 cups Wheat flour
Salt to taste
1/4 kg Boiled Potatoes
1/2 cup peas
1 tsp grinded ajwain
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
Finely chopped coriander leaves

Add salt to wheat flour and make a soft dough using water. Let it stay in a closed vessel for half an hour.

Mash the potatoes and peas and add salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, ajwain and coriander leaves. Mix well and make medium sized balls.

Make a bit thick chapati from the dough and place the balls in between. Cover it well from all sides and dip in flour again. Make thick parathas ensuring that the filling doesnt come out.

Heat tava and place this paratha and spread some oil over it. Turn and spread some more on the other side too. Cook till both the sides start getting brown spots. Just before removing spread a little ghee over it. Normally parathas are made with full ghee, but this version is preferable if you want to use less of it.

Serve hot with curds and pickle.

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Asha said...

I am back. Looks delicious, such a welcome change from seeing all those sweets!:))

Rajitha said...

love paranthas..i usually do the sabji between two layers of rotis..never have been able to make in one roti!!..looks yummy!

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Looks lovely!!! I have a verson of aloo parantha too... Will post mine soon!

Lata said...

Wow, this looks tasty and nutritious. I always made Aloo Parathas not with puris, I will try this.

Prema Sundar said...

Have always made parathas only with aloo. haven't thought of adding peas to it. next time will try it. thanks.

Shankari said...

I cant somehow make them right :( the aloo comes out..your's look perrrrrfect!

Namratha said...

I can never say no to Aloo or Peas, and a dish that has both in it has got to be on my plate...looks delicious Easy! :)

easycrafts said...

Thanks Asha for the comments...thank god u r back..

@ Rajitha, shankari..i too had trouble in the initial stages, but practice makes it perfect. Also one tip is that the potatoes should be mashed very well and should be a little stiff filling.

@ Ramya....waiting to see ur version

@ Lata, Prema try it out with peas..

@ Namratha...i too never say No to potatoes and peas..

Thanks all for ur comments

bhags said...

Those parathas look perfect


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