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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Aloo paratha


Aloo paratha is a type of stuffed Indian Bread.. This week i chose the Indian bread theme... here took the challenge of trying some North Indian Bread...



This rich stuffed roti taste heavenly with plain curd...  this is for BM#28 Week 2 day 2

Recipe Source- Manjula's kitchen

Ingredients:

Dough
Atta- 1 cup
Salt
Water- to knead the dough
Oil- 2 tsp

For stuffing:
Potato- 1/4 kg
Turmeric-1/4 tsp
Graham masala- 1/2 tsp
Chicken masala- 1/2 tsp
Oil
Salt
Onion- 1/2
Cumin seeds-1/2 tsp
Fennel seeds- 1/2 seeds
Green chilli- 1 tsp
Ginger Garlic paste- 1 tsp


Mash the boiled potato with turmeric powder, graham masala, chicken masala and salt


Heat the kadai with oil splutter the jeera, fennel and fry the green chillie


Saute the onion for few mins


Add the mashed potato masala and ginger garlic paste


Fry them 


Knead the attta with salt, water and oil... keep them wrap for 30mins take a lemon size ball of atta and roll them out


Keep a spoon full of masala in the center


Make another roti in same diameter and place over it


Carefully roll them over


Put them in hot tawa


Apply some oil and it'll rise up


Flip them over to the next side


Apply some oil and repeatedly flip them and cook till they are golden brown in both the sides


Here its done


Serve with your fav side dish here we had the paratha with Panner curry and curd..



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8 comments:

  1. Aloo parathas naturally are yummy and filling.Never came across chicken Marsala version though. :)

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  2. These are always a fav. I never tried stuffing in between two chapatis. I should say it would be very filling.

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  3. That's quite interesting to use chicken masala..must have tasted very different..

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  4. The spice list is quite elaborate, but surely very interesting, though I would not use chicken masala, I would give this version a try.

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  5. Wow.. Your parathas are perfectly round and look so delicious..

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  6. veg recipe with a non-veg masala!!! intriguing!!! :)
    Nice Round Stuffed paranthas!!!!

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  7. Your version of aloo paratha is interesting. Love the addition of chicken masala.

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  8. Wow parathas looks soo good and yummy. Love the flovors of masala u used.

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