Gobi Paratha(Indian Bread with cauliflower stuffing)

June 2, 2007 at 6:23 pm 1 comment

I usually go for veggie parathas for my weekend or any other day as brunch as they are a heavy meal by itself. I keep trying with different vegetables and other combinations. My family’s most favourite ones are usually potato,cauliflower,onion-jalapeno and paneer. These are the ones my daughter and husband likes. This gobi paratha is an all time hit in my kitchen.

1 cup grated cauliflower
1/2 onion chopped very finely
2 green chillies
1 tsp ajwain
2 cups wheat flour
First take the wheat flour in a bowl and add salt.Knead it into a firm dough using water. Cover with a wet tissue paper or wet cloth and keep it aside for 15 mins. Meanwhile,prepare the cauliflower stuffing.
Mix grated cauliflower,finely chopped onion,green chillies crushed ajwain and salt. Leave aside for 5 mins so that it leaves water. After 5 mins squueze off the water from with mixture.

Now,knead the dough again divide the dough into lemon sized balls and take each ball press it flat and roll out a bit using a rolling pin ,stuff with the mixture,cover from all sides and roll out with a rolling pin like a chapati duting with flour in between.

Heat tava.Smear oil if desired and roast the paratha on both side for 2 mins each or till brown spots appear on both sides.

Entry filed under: Indian Breads.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Ashwini Rajesh  |  June 4, 2007 at 10:52 pm

    I wanted to try something new with Gobi, I saw your receipe and I would like to try it.

    Thanks for including my bread pizza in your blog.

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