Learn to make Exotic Aloo Paratha – Spiced Potato Stuffed Flatbread Recipe with easy step-by-step photo instructions. Aloo Paratha is very popular Indian stuffed flatbread recipe. Spiced potato mixture is used as a stuffing for this Indian flatbread. This is a quick, easy & healthy version of Aloo paratha, as I am not frying the potato filling.
Exotic Aloo Paratha – Spiced Potato Stuffed Flatbread:
The stuffing is zero oil and prepared with mashed potatoes, onions, green chilies and some spices. Dried mango powder gives it a nice tangy flavor.
You can also use lemon juice instead of dried mango powder. However, I always prefer dried mango powder for paratha stuffing mixture as it saves filling from becoming wet.
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This is a non-fried stuffing Aloo paratha, which is usually found at roadside Restaurants. Fried or non-fried filling, it is an incredible breakfast recipe, which is full of nutrients and flavors. Traditionally this Aloo paratha is roasted with butter, but for those preferring a healthier choice, olive oil can be used.
Let’s learn to cook Exotic Aloo Paratha in easy to understand quick steps.
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Method For The Dough:
Take a mixing bowl. Add all the dough ingredients, along with enough water. And knead well to make a semi-soft dough. Cover with cling film and keep aside.
Method For Stuffing:
Take another mixing bowl. Add potatoes and mash coarsely. Add chopped onions, chopped green chilies, and all the spices. Mix well all the spices with mashed potatoes. Divide the potato mixture into 6-8 equal sized balls.
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Method For Rolling:
Divide the dough into 6-8 equal sized balls. Roll out one portion of the dough into a circle of 4″ diameter. Apply a little oil, and place one mixture ball in the center of the dough circle. Bring together all the sides in the center and seal tightly.
Method For Roasting/ Frying Paratha:
Roll out again into a circle of 6″ diameter with the help of some flour. Heat a pan. Roast rolled circles from both sides. Apply a little oil on both sides, and roast until golden brown. Repeat with the remaining dough and filling to make more parathas. Serve hot with your favorite pickle and raita.
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