Getting the perfect stuffed paratha with spiced curd is dream come true for the food lovers. There are different food joints across the country that open the scope for us to dig in the delicacies. Also, they are often made at home. The base for making all the parathas is same but the difference in taste comes from the stuffing or the filling.
First, you make the dough using flour, salt, water, and drop of oil. Then you make small round balls. The next step is filling the balls with the stuffing and then with the rolling pin making the flat shape of paratha. After that, all that stands between you and your delicious food is a deep fry in tawa.
PS: The recipes for the filling are given below. Do not forget to share with us the one you prepared.
Fry cumin seeds. Till then crackle and add chopped green chillies. Mash peas, then add salt and cook well. Put in the dough and fry after flattening. To make things more interesting, you can cut the dough into different shapes.
Finely grate cauliflower, add green chillies and lightly fry in oil. Then add garam masala for taste, put in the dough and fry.
Put grated coconut and sugar in a pan and mix well. Put in the dough and fry parathas.
Put a little water in a pan, add sugar, and then mix the dry fruits. Fry them properly and mash a little. When done put n dough and fry.
Boil the baby corn properly and dice into small pieces. Put it in mixer and mash properly. Saute chopped onion until transparent, then add cumin tomato puree and corn mix. Put some salt and a pinch of sugar. Once done, put in the dough and enjoy the love of delicious parathas.
Take finely chopped onion and green chilies and fry in oil. After some time, add salt, garam masala, and chili powder. Cook properly until the mixture is ready, then put in the dough and fry the paratha.
Saute onions till they are golden brown, then add chilli powder, crushed papad, coriander powder, and salt. Mix lightly and keep aside for some time. Then use as filling and enjoy delicious parathas.
Soak the moong dal in water for about 3 hours and drain. Use a mixture grinder to ground the Dal. Then add flour, mashed potatoes, chopped coriander, powdered sugar, garam masala, oil, dried mango powder, salt, and water. Knead properly and make a tight dough. Then fry after making into the shape of parathas. Best enjoyed with curd.