Monday, January 24, 2011

Onion paratha.


For Dough:

Whole wheat flour - 1cup
Water 1/2 cup or as required
Salt - A pinch

For Filling

Onion - 2 ( big, chopped finely)
Potato - 1 ( boiled & mashed)
Fennel seed powder - 1/4tsp
Jeera powder - 1/4tsp
Garam masala powder - 1/4tsp
Red chili powder - 11/2tsp or to taste
Corainder powder - 1tsp or to taste
Turmeric powder - 2 pinch
Green chili - 1 (minced)
Cilantro - As required minced
Salt - To taste
Oil - 1tbsp

Extra Flour for Dusting & Oil for cooking


  • Mix dough ingredients together and make a soft dough as we do for chapati dough & knead it for sometime.
  • Apply oil on the dough & cover it with wet cloth & rest it for minimum 15mins.
  • Heat Oil in a pan & fry Onion & green chili til transparent.
  • Add All powders & saute it for a minute along with salt.
  • Adjust Salt & spice.
  • Finely add mashed potato & cilantro to this mixture.
  • Turn off the heat & allow it to cool.
  • Meanwhile Knead the dough for a 2 minutes & divide it in to 6 equal portion balls.
  • Once Onion mixture cooled down, divide it in to 6 equal portion & make sure masala portion is bigger than dough portion balls.
  • Dust little flour on the rolling surface, Take dough ball & roll it into 5' circle and place the Onion masala ball in center & lift the edges of the dough together to seal the masala ball. Press it in center & flat the stuffed ball. 
  • Do the same with rest of the balls & keep it aside for 10mins.
  • Again Roll the stuffed balls into 8' circle & make sure sealed surface is on top while rolling and roll it gently to avoid filling oozes out from the dough.
  • Heat the skillet hot & place the paratha over the skillet.
  • When paratha puff up slightly, flip to other side & drizzle oil or ghee over and edges of the paratha.
  • Gently press with spatula to balloon up the paratha & both sides are cooked well & in golden brown colour.
  • Serve hot with yogurt or any pickle.
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Chitra said...

Looks yummy.

A little bit of everything said...

finely you cooked something I heard of all the ingredients :))
looks do good, bet it was delicious.
thanks for sharing

Priya said...

Mouthwatering here..very tempting parathas..

Reva said...

Stuffed paratha... the tricky part is to roll it out perfectly... You have done it perfectly... Lovely yummy parathas..

Satya said...

Love all kinds of parathas.. and these are looking absolutely yummy

Spoonfuls of love, added to every recipe !!! said...

A fav in my household ... looks delicious

Chanchal said...

My favorite comfort food..

aipi said...

Sooo good looking onion parathas..well explained recipe!

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Now Serving said...

nice pictorials saras. And nice blog - first time here - also check out blog and my event and see if you can send in an entry - look forward

Dimah said...

Lovely clicks..looks perfect and delicious!

Indie.Tea said...

That looks delicious!

savitha ramesh said...

lovely paratha and fluffy too