Thursday, June 07, 2012

Aloo Paratha / Step by Step Recipe:

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Aloo Parathas are filling & tasty breakfast recipe. It is most popular among all the parathas & very easy to prepare too..!
This healthy Punjabi origin recipe tastes deliciously soft with the goodness of mashed potatoes that are mixed with blend of spices. It is best served with fresh yoghurt, pickles or with thick cream. 
Prepare the best tasting  Aloo  Parathas  with this simple & delicious stuffed paratha recipe at your home today & enjoy..:)
Ingredients:
  • Potatoes                       - 3
  • Wheat flour                   - 2 cups
  • Green chilly                   - 1 or 2
  • Cilantro chopped           -  2 to 3 tbsp
  • Cumin pwd                    - ½ tsp
  • Lime juice                     - 1 tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil as needed
Method:
  1. For to prepare cover, lets make dough out of wheat flour.
  2. In a mixing bowl, take wheat flour, salt & combine well
  1. Add sufficient water and knead it to smooth dough.


Make small balls out of it & reserve.

  1. To prepare filling, wash and boil the potatoes until it is cooked soft.
  2. Peel the skin and mash potatoes.
  1. Slice green chilly, cilantro to fine pieces.
  2. Add it to mashed potato along with lime juice, cumin pwd & little salt.
  1. Mix it properly.
  2. Now the filling is ready.
  1. Make small balls out of it.
  1. Take a wheat flour ball, lightly dust the surface with flour and roll it into small chapatti.
  1. Place the potato ball inside.
  1. Close it like dumpling.
  1. Press it little bit.

  1. Again dust it with dry wheat flour ( this helps to roll easily ) and roll it gently with rolling pin.


  1. On a hot girdle roast both sides of the paratha, till they turn golden shade.
  1. Grease with ghee, oil or butter.
  1. Serve aloo paratha hot with yoghurt,  pickles or any chutneys.
  1. Healthy & tasty parathas ready to relish.
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·       Peas Paratha  &  Sweet Potato Parathas

72 comments:

  1. These look and sound delicious! I might want to put scrambled eggs in them and roll up for breaklfast. xo

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  2. Simple and delicious, indeed!

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  3. Nicely made parathas..
    loved the square shaped one.

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  4. This post is excellent and the end result is excellent. I love it!

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  5. great to find this blog..i will never missed ur blog..my faveret aloo paratha...

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  6. This is an excellent recipe, I really like it! I imagine that when you cut it, the middle must be soft and the exterior crunchy. :)

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  7. aloo paratha..i like..thnks share the recipe..:P

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  8. Que receta más original y bien presentada con el paso a paso, me la guardo con tu permiso.

    Nos vemos

    Bye

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  9. Parathas look fabulous.

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  10. All time fav recipe,I too make stuffing similar way except with the addition of crushed coriander seeds :)
    Paratha looks so inviting...very nice clicks!!

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  11. Awesome parathas !! Nice pics Jay !!

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  12. I love parathas and these look amazing!

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  13. Jay u always rocks... Simply superb....

    Event: Dish name starts with M

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  14. Looks inviting. My last post was aloo paratha

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  15. Simple and delicious parathas...

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  16. oh! that is how they make it. make the potato ball add in and flatten it??? mmmmm...always thought they stir inside the flour! look delicious Jay!

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  17. Aloo paratha- Yummy!!
    http://shwetainthekitchen.blogspot.com/

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  18. aloo paratha looking delicious :)

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  19. Its my favourite. Yummy aloo-parata.

    www.indianrecipecorner.com

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  20. Aloo paratha perfect for breakfast!! u done very well....

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  21. The whole setup looks so tempting ...yum

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  22. Thank U so much for your visit to my blog & your kind words..I really appreciate it ..
    have a colorful friday..:)

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  23. All time favorite, drool worthy pictures!

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  24. Perfect lunch box entry..especially for kids..Nutritious and filling.

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  25. All time favorite dish...hmmm tempting

    Home Made Recipes

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  26. Simply delish ! And when I'm ready to make this yumminess ( or your roti that I've been eyeing for quiet sometime :D ) , I'm sure I'm gonna use your simple and easy recipe !

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  27. Simple and delicious paratha..well explained..

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  28. Wonderful breakfast!! I too have it in my draft..will post soon..Nice clicks..It's good to start the day with aloo paratha & dahi..

    http://aromaticdining.blogspot.com/

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  29. Perfect delicious parathas...

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  30. Our fav too..Looks so good that I want to have breakfast again!! Pass these hot parathas plzzz!!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  31. just love aloo paratha. though when i made it topped it with loads of ghee hehe

    the pics look lovely

    i had been away and just posted a dish today to celebrate my blog anniversary.. come join me for this


    badam barfi

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  32. Nice recipe.. great for breakfast,brunch, lunch or dinner!!

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  33. Wow, seems like there're different types of Paratha! Thks for enlightening me!

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  34. Hi Jay,

    Neat and clear step by step pictorial presentation... WoW !!!
    Keep on Jay:)
    http://www.southindiafoodrecipes.blogspot.in

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  35. Delicious and super tempting..

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  36. Very well explained step by step pics...aloo paratha is one of our family favorites...looks awesome

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  37. I had this once and liked it a lot! I bookmark this recipe!

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  38. yummy n lovely paratha..lov ur presentation!

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  39. Hi jay, hmmm, very clear instructions, i think i can try this, delicious breakfast meal..bookmarked with thanks. have a nice day and a great weekend

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  40. love these parathas anytime. I too make it at home but in a bit different way.. nice snaps and clear steps..

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  41. Lovely and delicious. Mouth watering dish. I can have this any time.

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  42. Perfectly done Jay, craving for some now.

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  43. Nice stepwise pictures, looks very good..

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  44. delicious .Ongoing event : Street Party Food in my blog .

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  45. Droolworthy parathas & the pics are awesome jay.

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  46. Awesome clicks,paratha looks tempting...

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  47. mmmmmmmmm that looks really yummy!

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  48. My all time favourite..Alu parantha
    loved it..:)

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  49. Love it!! I would love to tear one and eat it with a little butter. Mmmmmm! Have a great weekend. :)

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  50. My most favorite,looking delicious.

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  51. You made it seem so simple!

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  52. awesome job, looks delicious!

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  53. awesome job, looks delicious!

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  54. YUmmy! Love these & looks perfectly done! I'm drooling again & would love to have some now! :)

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  55. this is so delicious and my fav breakfast.

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  56. Perfectly done ..love this a lot..

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  57. Hi Jay

    Please collect ur award

    http://eezy-kitchen.blogspot.com/2012/06/my-first-and-second-award.html

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  58. Yummy parathas, looks so inviting.

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  59. wow... my fav.paratha! looks soo yummmy!

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  60. Love aloo paratha, yummie Jay!

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  61. Excellent step by step instructions. Must try!

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  62. i love it with yoghurt :) very healthy!

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  63. Aloo Paranthas are one of the most delicious dishes ever to be discovered on planet earth.

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  64. Lovely para that's jay..love ur blog

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  65. yummy n tempting paratha....

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  66. Thank you again Jay for so clearly explaining how to make these delicious morsels-can’t wait to try them!!

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  67. nice snaps.. wonderful recipe.. thanks for giving such
    indian recipes

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