Alu palak paratha

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For dough-

2 cups wheat flour
Salt to taste

For filling-

2 boiled and mashed potatoes
2 cups cleaned and chopped palak (spinach)
Salt to taste
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
Bit of thymol seeds(ajwain)
1/2 tsp garam masala powder
Finely chopped coriander leaves

Oil/ghee as required

Make a soft dough of wheat flour, salt and water. Keep aside for 1/2 hr.

Heat the palak by sprinkling some water to make it soft. (dont add more water- it should be dry) Cool and add rest of the ingredients and mix well. Make medium sized balls of it.

Make balls of the dough. Roll into thick poori, place the stuffing inside and cover with dough from all sides. Dust with flour and roll again into thick paratha ensuring the filling doesnt come out.

Cook on hot tava with little oil/ghee till brown spots appear on both sides..Serve hot with curds and pickle
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Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow...that's an yum the aloo palak combo....will try this paratha.....

priya said...

looks so yum n delicious, dear!

Mansi said...

I made palak parathas yesterday. Will try your aloo palak version next time. sounds good.

Shama Nagarajan said...

healthy tasty recipe

Vidhya said...

Yummy Parathas..Love it. I made peas paratha two days back.. Your look really yumm

Soma Pradhan said...

Aloo Palak paratha looks so yummy

Alka said...

Anything with prefix Paratha,grabs my attention, since its so convenient to make these and also to pack for lunchbox, as they make such a non fussy and non messy wholesome meal for kids while at school.So I always look out for various stuffing, to make the parathas a never ending love affair for my kid ;-)

Spice said...

Hey, visit to your blog is making me hungry for some pranthas.....

Anupama said...

Really good combo... what a way to incorporate all the good stuff??!!

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