Paneer Parathas - Indian Vegetarian Food


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Recipe Text


Ingredients:

    • Paneer – 100gms 
    • Green Chilies – 4 
    • Coriander(Chopped) – 3tbsps 
    • Onion – 1 
    • Carom Seeds(Ajwain) – 1/4tsp 
    • Salt To Taste 
    • Whole Wheat Flour – 1 Cup 
    • Water 1/2 Cup


    (Online Conversion utility to convert Gms to Cups & Temperatures etc)

    Preparations:

    Crumble paneer with fingers and put it in a mixie jar or processor. Run the mixie on low speed to get grated paneer. You can also grate it with a grater or processor. Wash and finely chop the coriander. Wash and finely chop the green chilies—you can even coarsely grind them in a mixie. Peel onion and finely chop it and keep aside. 

    Stuffing: 

    Take the finely grated paneer and add chopped onions, chopped coriander, chopped green chilies, salt, carom seeds and mix well. Mix with hand so that it gets properly mixed. Take this in a bowl and keep aside. 

    Dough: 

    Take one cup of whole wheat flour and add a pinch salt. Now add half cup of water and prepare the dough by kneading properly. We should get a soft but not sticky dough. Keep this covered in a bowl aside for at least half an hour. 

    Method: 

    Heat an iron tawa. Divide the dough into six equal portions. Similarly divide the stuffing also into equal portions. The size of the dough ball and the stuffing ball should be same. Now take a ball and flatten it. Coat this with dry flour and start rolling. Roll it to a size of a puri. Roll all the six rounds and keep aside. Take one puri at a time and place the stuffing ball in the centre of the puri. Draw the edges and cover the stuffing with the dough. Make similarly the other five rounds. Flatten them by pressing a little bit and keep them aside for five minutes. By doing this our stuffing doesn’t come out while rolling our parathas. So keep them aside for five minutes. Take a flattened ball and start rolling. Take a ball and see that the folded portion is on the top. Coat this with dry flour. Keep the folded portion upside and start rolling. When this is of a puri size coat again with dry flour and roll it to the required size. When rolled the paratha should not be too thick or too thin. Now when the tawa is hot place this rolled paratha on it and shallow fry. When slightly lifted we should see brown spots below. Similarly we should see bubbles on the top portion. Then turn it. Slightly press with the flat ladle and fry. Again slightly lift it and see whether there are brown spots on the bottom side. Then turn it again. Now both the sides got cooked. So add half a teaspoon of oil and spread it with the flat laddle. Then turn it. Again on the other side also smear half a teaspoon of oil and fry. Like this fry all the parathas. Do not keep them one above the other, they get stuck. So, keep them separately or as shown in the movie clip. Serve hot with cucumber raita and mixed vegetable pickle. 

     


    Enjoy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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    Blogger Bobby said...

    Hi Gayatri Garu..
    Good to see your recipe in a detailed way. Thanks I will be visiting your site frequently now. I am from Hyd and am located in NJ right now. I am a forced bachelor now as my wife is in Hyderabad right now.. trying all the recipes through your websites..

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    September 22, 2010 3:30 AM

     
    Anonymous said...

    hi gayatri garu,
    naa peru malavika,maadi andhra,naaku pellai 1year aayindi,memu prasutam chennai lo vuntunnam,maa varu ikkada software engneer,nenu 1 week back mee website chusaa.chla bagundi.anni andhra vantlu,naaku inthaku mundu vanta thelisina ippudu inka baaga thelusukunnanu,theliyani vantalu kuda thelusukuntunnanu.meeru cheppe vidanam kuda chala bagundi.maa amma ki kuda chupincha avidaki kuda nachhindi.avida meeru vantalanni brahmin's ela chestharo alane chesthunnarani antunnaru inthaki meedi andhra na ekkada vuntaru.thank u nd bye.

    May 19, 2009 1:26 PM

    Anonymous said...

    Hello Gayatri garu

    This is Bhanu.My native place is VSP.After marriage I came to NJ,USA.I am mother of two. I saw your recipes in the youtube. Then I got a chance to go through the site.
    It is excellent.I go through many cooking sites.Avanni choodataniki chaala bavuntayi.
    Kani meedhi matram excellent.Nijamga superb.
    Esp mee presentation super.Mee way of cheppadam chaala bavundi.Ekkuva cheppatledu takkuva chepatledu.Aptga undi.Ekkada FF/jarapalanipinchaledu.That too while watching it was like feeling homely.Amma chesipettinattu anipinchindi.

    Thank you very very much.

    Bye
    Bhanu.

    May 19, 2009 1:23 PM


     Harini said...

    Hello Gayantrigaru,

    Cheers, cheers and more cheers to you. Thank you so much for your "Paneer Parathas" recipe.

    I tried it today and it was great. I just added some Kasuri Methi leaves. Thanks again!

    December 25, 2010 7:27 PM

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