Ingredients

How to make it

  • For the dough put the flour in a wide mouthed bowl, make a well in the center, add salt. Slowly add water and bring the flour together. Make sure that the dough is neither very hard nor very soft. Set aside for 15 minutes or so. Wet your hands and knead the dough for a minute or two until it becomes pliable. For best results chill in the refrigerator for at least two hours or overnight.
  • To make stuffing peel potatoes, cut into 1-1/2 inch cubes, add garlic a little salt and boil the potatoes, drain excess water except 1/2 cup. While the potatoes are boiling chop up cilantro, green chillies, and green onions. Add all these and the rest of the stuffing ingredients to the boiled potatoes and mash.
  • Take around two tbsp of dough and make small balls. Slightly roll out one ball, set aside. Slightly roll out another put the stuffing on top of the one rolled out ball add some butter cover with the other rolled out ball, seal the edges. Put some dry flour on top, spread, flip and roll out to about 6 inch wide paratha.
  • Slighly oil or butter the pan or tawwa, put on medium - high heat, put paratha in the pan when hot, flip when one side is done. Cook the other side while rotating the paratha to ensure even cooking. Serve hot with mint-yogurt / tamarind chutney.
Bring together flour, set aside 15 min   Close
Not too hard not too soft   Close
Knead after 15 min   Close
should look like this   Close
Cube potatoes   Close
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Stuffing   Close
Cover and roll out   Close
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  • rosemarysbaby 5 years ago
    This looks absolutely amazing! Too bad I'm so terrible at exacting recipes like this. Hmmmm. Maybe I can bribe someone into making them for me. Thanks!
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  • falafel_fanatic 5 years ago
    This is my favorite thing to eat! Thank you! :0)
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    " It was excellent "
    greekgirrrl ate it and said...
    I can't wait to make this woderful recipe! Thanks!
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  • atariq123 6 years ago
    Salaam Mumtaz, I normally use warm water, but it really does not matter if you are letting the dough rest a bit - Amna.
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    " It was excellent "
    mumtazcatering ate it and said...
    oops!! i forgot to ask ,does the water have to be hot or cold?
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    " It was excellent "
    mumtazcatering ate it and said...
    Yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!
    my favourite,Allo Paratha....:}
    now i can make my own!!!!!!!!!!!l.o.l
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    " It was excellent "
    cholena ate it and said...
    Sounds more lyk murtabak ..... love dis !!!
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    " It was excellent "
    angieaugusta ate it and said...
    wow...great.i love paratha's...yummmy...thx.
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Outstanding! I can't wait to make this, Atariq m'dear. It just sounds and looks so delicious. Thanks so much.... :) Vickie
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