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WebAloo Paratha is a popular Indian and Pakistani flatbread filled with a spiced potato filling. It is the perfect comfort food for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. In this video, …

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WebMethod 1 – Rolling Aloo Paratha I have shared 3 ways to roll the parathas (pics below). Take a look first to see which one looks easier …

Ratings: 130Calories: 189 per servingCategory: Breakfast

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WebStep 1 Prepare the filling To make delicious Aloo Parathas, boil the potatoes at least a few hours before you plan to make the …

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Calories: 261 per servingCategory: Lunch1. To make delicious Aloo Parathas, boil the potatoes at least a few hours before you plan to make the parathas and mash them in a large bowl and cover and refrigerate. Take them out from the fridge and add chopped onions, coriander leaves, salt, garam masala powder, and red chilli powder. Mix well so that no lumps remain. Ensure that you have finely chopped the onions or the filling will fall out.
2. Put wheat flour in a large mixing bowl. Add water gradually and knead into a soft dough. Make small-medium balls of the dough and roll them out into 3 to 4-inch circles. Add a spoonful of potato filling in the centre. Gradually press the rolling pin on all sides while making the parathas. Be very careful to apply pressure evenly. It is very important to ensure that your potato mixture is mashed well and not lumpy or you will never be able to make perfect parathas. Seal the dough and round it with your fingers. Now, roll them with a rolling pin into round parathas. Apply the pressure very evenly and gently on all sides. Press very lightly so that the mixture does not come out.
3. Heat an iron tawa and roast the parathas, cooking them on both sides with a spoonful of ghee. If you want to use less ghee on the parathas, first roast them on both sides on low flame and when they are slightly crispy, apply ghee with a kitchen brush on both sides. You must keep the flame low.
4. Serve piping hot parathas with chilled yoghurt or pickle. You can also serve the aloo parathas with green chutney or coconut chutney or a light gravy. Ideally, a light potato shorba goes best with aloo ka paratha. You can also make quick onion-tomato-green chilli raita that tastes amazing with this paratha.

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Webaloo or potato stuffed paratha is basically a north indian tiffinin this video learn easily how to make aloo paratha easy in step by step detailed explana

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WebHeat a tava, and once hot, place your paratha. Don’t move it around at first, let it take up some heat and start to cook. It might fill up and expand upwards, gently nudge it down or lift it with a wooden spoon and …

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WebLightly flatten and roll the paratha into a 6 to 8-inch circle. Preheat the pan on medium heat. Place the paratha on the pan and cook until both sides are golden brown. Drizzle some ghee on top and serve …

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WebAdd a few drops of oil and mix with fingertips. Add water little at a time and keep kneading into a soft dough. Knead for 3-4 mins and coat with some more oil (don't …

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WebMethod with step by step pictures : METHOD: Cut the onions into very fine pieces. Mash the boiled potatoes using a fork,and add the cumin seeds to it and mix …

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Web1. Wash methi leaves thoroughly in ample water at least thrice. Drain water well, finely chop them. Add mashed potatoes, atta, turmeric, green chili chopped or …

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WebAloo paratha is an Indian unleavened whole wheat flatbread stuffed with a spicy and super flavorful potato filling. It is one of the most popular breakfasts and is best enjoyed with …

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Are aloo parathas easy to make?

These aloo parathas are easier than making the regular roti or chapathi, since the dough does not require a long knead when compared to roti dough. The dough becomes pliable and soft very easily due to the addition of boiled potato. It makes a healthy Lunch for kids and easy for moms to prepare.

How to make parathas with wheat flour?

Put wheat flour in a large mixing bowl. Add water gradually and knead into a soft dough. Make small-medium balls of the dough and roll them out into 3 to 4-inch circles. Add a spoonful of potato filling in the centre. Gradually press the rolling pin on all sides while making the parathas. Be very careful to apply pressure evenly.

How to cook paratha in a tawa?

sprinkle some wheat flour and roll slightly thick. on a hot tawa place the rolled paratha and cook for a minute. furthermore, flip the paratha when the base is partly cooked (after a minute). also, brush oil / ghee and press slightly. flip again once or twice till both the sides are cooked properly.

Why does aloo paratha tear when rolling?

If there are lumps in the potatoes, aloo paratha will tear while rolling. While dry mango powder and pomegranate powder adds a tangy taste, red chili powder and green chilies add that much-needed heat. You can skip adding pomegranate seed powder if it’s not readily available.

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