Thursday, July 5, 2012

Pudina Aloo Paratha

I cant finish this week's blogging marathon without stuffed parathas, i have already posted variety of stuffed parathas. Eventhough our family favourite always goes to aloo parathas, to give a change to this usual aloo parathas, i prepared a quick and easy breezy stuffing with chopped mint leaves,cooked and mashed potatoes and simply spiced this filling with amchur powder,chopped green chillies and garam masala powder. If you want to add onions or any other veggies, you can use them just by grating or sauting them.

Coming to this mint aloo paratha, they doesnt even need any side dish to enjoy, the filling itself have both spicy and sour taste and you can have it simply with a thick curd. We just loved this super flavourful aloo parathas for our dinner few days back.Check the marathoners running this month's blogging marathon here.Sending to Celebrate - Olympic Games guest hosted by me,event by Jagruti and to Jagruti's Know Your Flour.



2cups Whole wheat flour
1/2cup Warm water
1tbsp Oil
Salt

For stuffing:
3nos Potatoes (cooked & mashed)
1/2cup Mint leaves (chopped)
2nos Green chillies(chopped)
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Amchur powder
Salt

Take the wheat flour,oil and salt together in a bowl,add the warm water and knead everything as a stiff and smooth dough,keep aside for half an hour..

Take the cooked and mashed potatoes,chopped mint leaves,chopped green chillies,garam masala powder,amchur powder and salt, mix everything well and keep aside..

Make medium sized balls from the dough, flatten them as small circles with the rolling pin, drop enough aloo masala and cover the masala by sealing the edges of the flatten dough.

Dust with flour and roll them gently as parathas..Heat a tawa, drop this flattened mint aloo paratha over the hot tawa, drizzle few drops of oil and cook until they get well cooked..

Serve hot..

49 comments:

  1. The parathas have come out so good!

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  2. they look good. I'm making it right now for my lunch!

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  3. very delicious parathas,pudina would hv definitely added flavor..yumm

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  4. flavorful & irresistable parathas priya..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  5. Looks delicious and lovely clicks:)
    you've a lovely space.. glad to follow you..do visit mine in ur free time:)

    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  6. Hi Priya, I am new to your blog....these parathas look yunmy :-) Your 1000th follower, Suchi

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  7. The flavors of mint and potatoes with the spices sure would've been delicious...Looks delicious

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  8. Wow priya those parathas are looking so good, I like the way you have shown the stuffing inside..:)

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  9. Wow I love these combination in paratha. Full of flavour and taste

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  10. like the stuffing.. inviting clicks..

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  11. OOh. delicious stuffing Priya.I can stuff myself with these to my hearts content anytime.

    Tickling Palates

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  12. love those parathas..thnks for linking it to my event Priya..:-)

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  13. healthy paratha ..let me also cook today ,...thanks for sharing

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  14. Yummy parathas. I don't need any side dish for this except for some fresh yogurt..

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  15. Tu es la reine des galettes. J'ai noté plusieurs de tes recettes que je n'ai pas encore réalisées. Bientôt les vacances, je pourrai.
    Celle à la halwa de carottes me fait saliver.
    A bientôt

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  16. They are so perfect, they beg to be tasted! Good Thursday;) xxx

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  17. Nice flavor of mint in this classic paratha :
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. So flavourful..the addition of mint to aloo parathas..

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  19. Very tempting. The pudina flavour would have been so nice.

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  20. I must make stuffed parathas one day... you really drool me!

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  21. I too posted recipe with mint today Priya :-) aloo +mint sounds too good to resist.nice stuffed paratha

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  22. never tried this combo but the smell must have been wonderful. looks divine.

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  23. Very aromatic parathas..perfect texture

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  24. Yum parathas,love the stuffing

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  25. great stuffing for paratha - looks so good

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  26. Delicious Priya!! Remember these from school lunches!!

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  27. My all time favourite paratha..loved all the variation of it:)

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  28. Pudina and aloo hmm nice have to try some time

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  29. I just cant eat aaloo parathas without mint..and coriander..v imp ingredients..love these.

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  30. classic recipe priya... a wonderful breakfast option

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  31. These parathas are full of flavor.

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  32. Flavor full paratha and love that combinatiom Priya.

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  33. I love the flavor of pudina...wow.. it sounds delicious!!

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  34. Pudina and Aloo go so well with one another...beautifully done Priya.

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  35. Absolutely delicious and flavourful combo!

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  36. Absolutely delicious and flavourful combo!

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  37. just fixed the menu for tonite's dinner ....aloo pudina paratha

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  38. tempting aloo parathas...yummy!

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  39. I am fan of your recipe and I like it very much and it's too easy to make it .
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