ALOO PARATHA ( with flax seeds)

Food Mazaa
Wed, 11 Jun 2014 04:07:00 +0000
Aloo paratha is something that everyone loves. Today I have added flax seeds powder in addition to the usual spice powders and methi dhaniya leaves. Ingredients: Potatoes ... 4-5 Flax seeds powder .. 1 tbsp Kasoori methi ......... 1 tbsp (you can add fresh methi if you have) Coriander leaves .. handful Green chillies .. 1-2 (finely chopped) salt .... to taste Garam masala powder .. 1 tsp Turmeric powder .... 1/4 tsp Amchoor powder .... 1/4 tsp Wheat flour .... 2-3 cups (or as needed) Oil or ghee .. for making parathas. Method: 1. Boil the potatoes and mash them 2. Add the spice powders, salt,flax seeds powder, coriander and kasoori methi. 3. Knead the wheat flour adding a little salt and 1 tbsp. of oil to make a soft dough. ( if the dough is not soft the filling comes out while rolling ) 4. Roll out a portion of the dough, place the filling and seal the edges like a bundle. 5. Roll it carefully with light hands. 6. Make the parathas on the griddle spooning a little oil or desi ghee. Serve hot with pickle , curd or chutney. Tip: If the filling comes out while rolling then try making with two rotis. Roll out 2 small rotis. Spread the filling and seal the edges aroud the roti with your finget tips. Roll the paratha again carefully. Check out the Masala Milk recipe in Cook Click N Devour  Linking this to : 1st Anniversary giveaway of Cook Click N Devour  Come Join Us for Breakfast Event @ - Cooking 4 all Seasons 
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