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Pudina Aloo Paratha

Pudina-Aloo-Paratha

Searching for a delectable paratha recipe? Try out this Pudina Aloo Paratha recipe. Prepared with potatoes, mint leaves, coriander leaves, wheat flour and all purpose flour, this scrumptious paratha recipe is perfect for occasions like Sunday brunches and pot lucks. If you are planning to have a filling breakfast, this lip smacking paratha recipe is just perfect for you. The special addition of mint leaves is what makes this simple paratha recipe more appealing.

Ingredients:
2 teaspoon coriander leaves
4 onion
1 cup mint leaves
salt as required
1 cup all purpose flour
1 cup wheat flour
2 tablespoon ghee
2 teaspoon chilli powder
2 teaspoon coriander powder
1 teaspoon garam masala powder
2 potato

Procedure:
Step 1
To start with, cook washed potatoes in the pressure cooker after adding enough water to submerge them completely. Cook the potatoes upto 2 whistles. Meanwhile, finely chop the coriander and mint leaves along with onions. Over a medium flame place a pan and dry roast coriander powder.

Step 2
Once the potatoes are boiled, drain the water and keep them aside allowing it to cool. Then peel their skin and mash them well.

Step 3
For stuffing: In a bowl, add coriander powder, onions, mint leaves, coriander leaves, and mashed potatoes. Mix them well.

Step 4
In anotther bowl, add wheat flour, all purpose flour and mix them. Season with salt and add ghee. Mix nicely and pour enough water to knead a soft dough.

Step 5
Now make small equal sized balls out of the dough. Dust the rolling board with dry flour. Over medium flame place a non-stick pan and heat it. Now one by one roll the balls into a small disc. Stuff them with the prepared potato-mint leaves stuffing and roll them again into balls. Now take one ball and roll it into thick circular disc.

Step 6
Place the disc on the preheated pan and roast. Add 2-3 drops of ghee on the outer edges and roast nicely by gently pressing the ladle. Once the bottom side is done, flip the paratha and roast the other side until light brown.