Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha | Patta Gobi Matar Ka Paratha | Band Gobi Paratha | How to Make Gobi Paratha | Punjabi Gobhi Paratha | Cabbage Peas Flatbread | पत्ता गोभी का पराठा. This paratha/flatbread is stuffed with cabbage (patta gobi) and peas (matar). This makes a great breakfast/lunch or even dinner. If you love cabbage, then this paratha is a must try recipe for you.
Hello my dear friends!
I hope you are doing well today. Mine, it is a different story altogether. And it’s not because of me, it’s because of today’s recipe. It’s because this recipe of the cabbage peas stuffed paratha has appeared after a lot of struggle. Why so, you may ask?
This is owing to the fact that I have decided a paratha theme for my blog for this week of 2019. Who told me to do so? No one. I myself kept a goal to share at least 2 paratha recipes this week, or in a way you can say that I wanted to decorate my blog with this colorful theme of ‘parathas’.
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There are three main reasons why I had to share this recipe today:
- You guys really admired my last paratha post about Lachha Paratha, so I thought I should make you happier and I shall share one more paratha recipe. I know, I know, everybody’s getting happier with just the wordly smell of these. Isn’t it? 🙂
- I usually perform a practice of not posting the recipes belonging to the same theme together in a row. But the thought of having a paratha theme made me ecstatic, and I liked this idea very much. So I had to make the ‘non-paratha’ recipes wait.
- And also because it’s super cold out here and the only thing which can make us feel warm right away is some piping hot paratha with cool raita. That’s it — winter perfection.
The themed recipe idea:
As long as I remember, I have never done something like a themed recipe week before. If you follow my stories on this blog then you might remember that I have written this many times before about my impulsive nature when it comes to recipe sharing. I don’t plan recipes in advance and thus, I don’t have a publishing calendar.
However, this is the new year 2019, so this time I am doing this because it’s something I have never done before, and also I made my own targets to strengthen my will power this year. I wanted to check if I can control my impulse when it comes to recipe sharing. And it’s not usual me, so anything which is not usual, gives us a hard time, but eventually makes us strong. What do you think?
Mission accomplished: So, friends, I am happy to announce that I have strengthened my willpower a bit. As you can see that my first recipe for this paratha week was Lachha Paratha 3 Ways and today is Thursday, so here comes my second paratha recipe for this week — Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha. Cheers to this accomplishment. 🙂
Also if you are interested in parathas, here are some more stuffed parathas which I have shared earlier: Rajma Tofu Paratha Pocket Bites With Boondi Raita, Mooli Paratha With Strawberry Grapes Chutney.
About this Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha:
As the name itself suggests that it’s a paratha/flatbread stuffed with cabbage and peas. This makes a great breakfast/lunch or even dinner. If you love cabbage, then this paratha is a must try recipe for you.
You can make it chili-free too:
Making cabbage peas paratha is an easy task. Make the spicy stuffing, and of course, you can adjust spices according to your taste. Today’s paratha recipe is hot and spicy.
But for Ado I always eliminate fresh chili and chili powder as she doesn’t like chilies. She is not a big fan of cabbage as such but she adores cabbage parathas. I think it’s because she loves any kind of parathas very much.
Kids would love this cabbage peas stuffed paratha:
If you also have kids who don’t eat cabbage, then this stuffed paratha is a great way to sneak cabbage into your kid’s diet. So no need to worry about fussy eaters anymore who don’t like greens. Once they’ll taste this stuffed paratha, they will beg you to make these parathas often. That’s a win-win for both moms and kids. 🙂
Make it for dinner and have it for breakfast as well:
This paratha is a delicacy. Plus, it’s healthy because of the goodness of cabbage and also very fuss-free to prepare. Stuffed parathas are a regular visitor at my place, as we all love parathas.
And the good thing is that when I make them for dinner, I always make some extra and in the morning I pop them in the microwave and soon enough they are ready to be served as breakfast. You can serve this paratha which any pickle, chutney, raita or even plain yogurt.
You may also like these paratha recipes:
- Mushroom Kale Stuffed Paratha
- Pepper Onion Potato Paratha
- Red Cabbage Stuffed Paratha
- Exotic Aloo Paratha
Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha - Patta Gobi Ka Paratha (Step-by-step photo instructions)
How to Make Stuffing for Cabbage Paratha //
- Heat oil in a pan.
- Once hot, add cumin seeds and asafetida. Let them splutter.
- Now, add crushed garlic and saute for 1 minute.
- Add crushed ginger and saute for 1 more minute.
- Now add green peas, shredded cabbage and sauté for 2 minutes.
- Now add salt, turmeric and sauté for 5-6 minutes or the cabbage is cooked.
- Add dried mango powder, garam masala powder, red chili powder, and mix well.
- Cook for 2-3 minutes or till the spices are incorporated well. Remove from heat and let it cool completely.
How to Make Cabbage Peas Paratha Dough //
- Add wheat flour, oil, salt, and mix well.
- Now, add enough water and knead well to make a smooth dough.
- Apply a little oil to the dough.
- Cover with a muslin cloth and set aside for 30 minutes.
- After 30 minutes, divide the dough into 8 equal-sized balls and keep aside.
How to Make Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha (Patta Gobi Ka Paratha) //
- Spread some flour on the counter, and roll out one dough ball into a circle of 4″ diameter.
- Place 2-3 tbsp mixture in the center of the dough circle.
- Bring together all the sides in the center and seal tightly.
- Pinch the top, and press lightly to seal the edges well.
- Roll out again into a circle of 6″ diameter with the help of some flour.
- Heat a pan. Roast rolled paratha from both sides.
- Apply a little oil on both sides. Roast until golden brown from both sides.
- Transfer cooked paratha to a plate, and repeat with the remaining dough and filling to make more parathas.
Serving Cabbage Peas Stuffed Paratha (Patta Gobi Ka Paratha) //
- Serve hot with your favorite pickle and raita.