I love Parathas.Its filling,easy and you dont need a sidedish or you can go fancy by making a side dish eat it with heart content.Its goes either way.I love making this Gobi ki Paratha.When ever i have guest in home this one is on the list.Hubby is a great fan of this so is my lil one.
Ajwain gives a smoky flavor to this paratha.Cauliflower(Gobi) mingles with coriander leaves gives a nice flavor to this.Spice it up with green chilli and you dont need any sidedish.
Recipe Source : Divine Taste
For Dough :
Whole Wheat Flour : 2 cups
Ajwain Seeds : 2tsp
Salt : to taste
Ghee : 2tsp
Oil : 2tsp
Water : as needed
Mix everything except water till it resembles a crumble texture.Add enough water to make a soft dough.Cover and rest.
For Stuffing :
1.Cauliflower/Gobi : 1 small size(cleaned and grated)
2.Cumin/Jeera : 1tsp
3.Ginger : 1tbsp finely grated
4.Green chilli/Red chilli Powder : 2 chopped/1tsp
5.Coriander Leaves : 2 tbsp chopped
6.Hing : a pinch
7.Cumin Powder : 1/2tsp
8.Turmeric Powder : 1/2 tsp
9.Ghee/Oil : 1tbsp
Ghee/Oil for brushing
Clean and grate the cauliflower.In a pan.add oil and cumin seeds,when sizzles lower the heat and add hing,ginger,green chilli,turmeric powder and stir for few seconds.Add in the cauliflower and turn on to medium heat.Mix everything for 3 to 4 mins.Add the coriander leaves,cumin powder,salt.Turn off and let it cool.
To make Paratha:
Knead the dough again for 2 mins and divide into 8 small lemon size balls. Roll each ball in to 1" inch round and put the stuffing and close the edges.Do this with rest of the balls.Take each ball and slowly flatten them in to medium thick flat bread.Use flour for rolling.Heat a tava in medium flame and cook the paratha till brown spots appear on both sides.Brush with ghee and enjoy!!
I didnt add green chilli,so added red chilli powder.
Goes well with pickle and raita.
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