Aloo Paratha - Whole Wheat Bread Stuffed With Spicy Potato Filling.

by 7:44 PM 19 comments

Hello people
Welcome to Rocket Looks!!!
Aloo paratha is a regular breakfast in winters at our place. It is most popular paratha(bread) among all, there can be lots of fillings for paratha like onion paratha, cauliflower paratha, spinach potato paratha, peas paratha. The options are endless depending on which vegetable you like most.
They are best served with clarified butter, homemade white butter, pickles, curd, dips or even with tomato ketchup. Yes it may sound weird to have paratha with ketchup but sometimes it's better to go with unusual taste.
Initially when I tried them making first time, all stuffing used to come out, making a total mess in whole kitchen. But gradually I learnt the soft, tasty and good in shape round round parathas.Few secrets to make a no pop out filling parathas are, your dough should be soft, filling should be finely mashed, roll them with gentle hands, take dough and filling in equal portions, cook paratha first on high flame and when you flip for another side switch flame on low, and cook them by pressing slightly with spatula or spoon.
There are many ways for making potato filling, but I choose simple, quick and easy one. You can alter the spices as per your liking taste.
They are good tiffin box snack also as they stay soft even after cooling down and children love munching them on any time.


Ingredients: 
For dough
  • 1 cup - Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1/2 tsp - Salt
  • 1 tbsp - Oil
  • 1 cup - Water for kneading 
For Stuffing
  • 2 medium - Potatoes(boiled)
  • 2 chopped - Green Chilies
  • 1 tsp - Salt
  • 1 tsp - Coriander Powder
  • 1/2 tsp - Mango Powder
  • 1/2 tsp - Garam Masala
  • Fistful of Coriander Leaves(chopped)
Method:
  1. Take a big bowl and add wheat flour + salt + oil to it.
  2. Make a well in between and start pouring water slowly.
  3. Try to bind the flour into soft pliable dough. Cover and keep it for 5-10 min.
  4. Meanwhile take another bowl and mesh the potatoes properly.
  5. Add all the spices and mix well into a smooth mixture.
  6. Now take a dough and divide them in equal lemon sized balls.
  7. Dust some flour and roll the dough evenly for an 5-6" circle.
  8. Put a spoonful of potato stuffing in the center and gather all the sides together to make a flat ball again.
  9. Dust some more flour and roll the paratha with gentle hands.
  10. Heat the skillet and put the rolled out dough.
  11. Once you see little bubble of air on the upper layer of dough flip it to cook from another side. Apply some oil, flip it again and apply oil on another side also.
  12. Remove from skillet when both sides get cooked. Starve them hot with dollop of butter and pickle.
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19 comments :

Cheryl @ ReimerandRuby said...

This looks yummy and healthy as well! I love pancakes as they can be eaten as breakfast and snacks too! Thanks for sharing! #TwinklyTuesday

Caro Davies said...

Gosh this looks absolutely delicious!! YUM!!! I love the thought of those for brekkie :) Thanks so much for linking up with us on #TwinklyTuesday Please could you add our badge to your post as it requests in the linky rules — thanks so much :) x

JOY @ http://joysjotsshots.blogspot.com/ said...

Looks good. I'm always for whole wheat. Very unusual for my background, but would love to give it a try. Found you on Mazkwok.

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Cheryl, give this a try and share your experience with them.
Thanku Caro for stopping by, I will add the link of your party in my list soon.
Yes I can understand it's totally different cuisine for you, but they taste yum, give it a try.

Sandy Sandmeyer said...

Thank you so much for sharing your post with us at the #AnythingGoes Link Party! The new party goes live today at 6 PM ET.

Sue Loncaric said...

Yes please!!! These look delicious. Thank you for sharing and linking up again with us at #AnythingGoes - its always a pleasure to have you join us.

Hil D said...

yummy! this looks amazing. I have never made anything like this, should be fun.

Something Crunchy Mummy said...

These look crummy! Thanks for linking up with #justanotherlinky x

Tanya @ Moms Small Victories said...

I LOVE Aloo Paratha but it's been so long since I've had one! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup last week. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you join us again this weekend. Hope you can add our party to your wonderful link parties page.

RaisingMightyGirls said...

Looks delish!! Im all for making a change food wise. #MMWBH

Rocket Looks said...

Thanku so much Sandy for letting me know about new party, would love to linkup.
Same here Sue, to hear your wonderful comments.
Give it a try Hil D, you will surely love the softness of bread.
Thanku Something crunchy mummy for stopping by and leaving a comment.
I will surely add your party Tanya, thanks for reminding.
Go for it Raisingmightygirls, you will like it.

Sarah Eliza said...

Yum.... these look delicious! :)

Swathi Iyer said...

Aloo paratha looks really yumm thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop, pinning.

Daphne Bryson said...

Good Evening to you, I love paratha and when I visit India, I eat them quite a lot. I love their flavour, but do you know I have never made them. Well I am going to fix that straightaway thanks to you. I am definitely going to be making some now. I really hadn't realised how easy they were.
Best Wishes to you.
Daphne

April J Harris said...

What a delicious bread - the filling sounds amazing! Thank you for sharing your Aloo Paratha with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop!

Rocket Looks said...

It's great to find out that you liked the recipe Sarah, Swathi and April. Thanku so much for stopping by :-)
Oh wow you have been to India Daphne, and you liked them , it's really very great. They are very much loved by Indians also and you can prepare them easily with any filling of your choice. Give it a try for tummy full treat.

Miz Helen said...

Your recipe is awesome, I have pinned it. We really enjoy you sharing with Full Plate Thursday and hope to see you again soon!
Miz Helen

The Lazy Gastronome said...

This looks quite good! Reminds me of a dish from Central America - pupusas - Thanks for sharing on what's for dinner!

Rocket Looks said...

That's so kind of you Helen for featuring my post. Would love to come with great recipes in future also.
Thanks @Lazy Gastronome for finding my recipe good.