ALOO PARATHA



I have grown up eating parathas which go by the main ingredient that identifies a certain paratha.

Here "Aloo" paratha's main content is "Aloo-The Potato". Hence our paratha's dominating element is Aloo.

In a sense, we make this paratha with a relatively large proportion of mashed potatoes and use the wheat flour sparingly, just to bind the mash into a dough leading into a rolling consistency.

The highlight of this paratha is the achieved softness and rightly justifies the name of "Aloo" paratha, where the aloo is felt in every bite of the paratha.

Here at L.C, we have adapted this recipe with merely few ingredients, and it's a real breeze to work with God-given tools-Our Hands!

ALOO PARATHA

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Preparation Time-30 mins
Cooking Time-15 mins
Total Time-45 mins
Yields-10/12 parathas

INGREDIENTS
3 cups of mashed potatoes
1 cup of wholemeal flour/wheat flour + 1/4 cup of additional wheat flour for rolling/dusting
1 tsp of ajwain seeds
1 tsp of salt
1/2 tsp of cumin seeds
1/4th tsp of turmeric powder(optional)
1/4th tsp of red chilli powder
1/4 tsp of asafoetida powder(optional)
1 tbsp of olive oil( or any oil)

MASH POTATO
DIRECTIONS:
1. Mix all the ingredients mentioned above in a mixing bowl/container except the oil.

2. Gather all the contents to make a pliable dough. There is no water added as the moisture content from the potatoes bind the flour giving a rollable mixture.

** If the dough gets sticky, you can always dust some more flour or sprinkle a few drops of water to help you work with the dough.

MASH POTATO MIX

3. Divide the dough into equal-sized balls and keep them covered under a damp cloth or cling film. Take one dough ball and dust it with some dry flour and roll it into a small round shaped flatbread.

4. Cook the paratha onto a frying pan/griddle/Tawa for about a minute or until you see the steam pockets on the underside, then brush some oil on top of the paratha and using tongs, flip it on the other side to cook for another 30-40 secs. Then transfer the paratha onto a kitchen towel.

ROLLING POTATO PARATHA
Serving Suggestion: 

1) Aloo parathas can be served either for breakfast or Dinner with Green Chutney/Raita.

2) We made these for a substantial breakfast as we aim to eat a king-size breakfast to last until lunch without snacking in-between.



My girls love this with plain yoghurt, and that's very kind on the gut too.
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Hasin

Comments

  1. These look EPIC and I can have these anytime of the day !

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  2. The flatbread made with potatoes must particularly soft and tender. These look awesome!

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  3. You always introduce me to foods that I've never heard of or tried before, Hasin! These look amazing so I can't wait to make them. Thanks so much for the recipe. I hope your summer has been a happy one so far, hugs, CoCo

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  4. Hasin! Really love this idea. The boys are going to love these with one of your delicious chutney recipes.

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  5. I love the mashed potatoes in this bread...looks so delicious...thank you so much for sharing the recipe Hasin...
    Have a wonderful rest of the week!

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  6. These look so delicious, Hasin! They remind me of one of my favorite treats in the fall, lefse! Only I think I will LOVE your recipe even better because it's a savory version and I cannot wait to try it! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  7. That looks really delicious! Love it!

    xoxo
    Lovely

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  8. I made it and it was so yum! Thank you!

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  9. Love potato breads anytime. So comforting ...

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  10. Now that we are not eating out or taking food out, I've been attempting to learn to make my own Indian food. Thank you for this easy to follow recipe. I'll give it a try.

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  11. This is one dish that I can always have , very delicious and comforting. Looks great!

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  12. Your scratch made Aloo Paratha sound so amazing and I love that I already have most of the ingredients on hand already!

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  13. How yummy! I've only had store-bought aloo paratha. Thank you for teaching the process of making your own! I bet they taste so much better than what I can get in the store.

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  14. What a hearty and delicious meal! This Aloo Paratha looks so yummy, as I love flatbread. Thanks for sharing this recipe. :)

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  15. Never thought to attempt paratha at home, but you make it seem easy and absolutely attainable! I can't wait to try it out!

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  16. I have never cooked a paratha at home yet, thanks for the detailed recipe. I will try, I hope everything will work out.

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  17. This looks and sounds delicious! I am bookmarking it to make later!
    Julia x
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  18. This look very delicious. Thank you for sharing recipe.

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  19. Anytime is a great time for Aloo Paratha :)

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  20. Laura (my wife) loves aloo paratha, and we have a good friend here who makes it for us whenever we go over to visit. However, I've never tried my hand at making it myself. I should totally do that - the recipe doesn't sound very difficult at all!

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  21. Definitely making these on the weekend, thank you so much for the recipe!

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  22. These look very delicious. Thank you for sharing recipe.

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