Thursday, October 7, 2010

Gobi Paratha-gobi paratha recipe-Cauliflower paratha- how to make gobi paratha

Cauliflower paratha or gobi paratha is an Indian flat bread prepared with whole wheat flour and stuffed with a very delicious and spicy cauliflower stuffing. It goes well with a simple raitha or pickle or just curd. Today we will learn how to make gobi paratha/cauliflower paratha following this easy recipe with step wise pictures.

Gobi Paratha-cauliflower paratha

Gobi Paratha-Cauliflower Paratha

Gobi Paratha-Cauliflower Paratha

 Prep Time : 15 mins
 Cook Time : 30 mins 
 Serves: 5-6 parathas
 Recipe CategoryBreakfast-Lunch-Parathas
 Recipe CuisineNorth Indian
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   Ingredients needed

   For the Dough

   Wheat flour - 1 1/2 cup
   Oil - 3 tsp
   Salt - a generous pinch

   For the Stuffing

   Cauliflower florets - 1 cup
   Onion - 2 finely chopped (medium sized)
   Green chillies - 3 finely chopped
   Ginger (finely chopped or grated) - 1/2 tsp
   Salt as required

   Spice Powder for the Stuffing

   Chilli powder - 1/4 tsp
   Turmeric powder - a pinch
   Coriander powder - 1 1/2 tsp
   Jeera/Cumin Powder - 1 tsp
   Garam Masala/kitchen king masala - 1/2 tsp

   For making Parathas

   Rolling pin and board
   Tawa/griddle
   Wheat flour for dusting
   Oil or Oil + ghee mixed as needed


How to prepare dough for gobi paratha

Add 3 tsp of oil and a generous pinch of salt to the wheat flour. Then add warm water little at a time and knead into a soft and pliable dough as you normally do for roti .

Cover and keep it aside for 15 minutes.

In the mean time we will prepare the gobi stuffing for the parathas.

How to prepare stuffing for gobi paratha

Put cauliflower in boiling water for 5 minutes and drain the water completely. Pat it dry and mince it in a food processor.

Heat oil, add cumins seeds, when it sizzles, add finely chopped onions and saute till it turns transparent.

Add green chillies, minced cauliflower, chilli powder, coriander powder, cumin powder and garam masala. Saute well till all the moisture evaporates. It should be dry so that it will be easy for you to roll out the parathas. Leave it to cool.

How to make gobi parathas

There are 2 methods to make parathas. Since I have already posted one method of doing parathas in my aloo paratha recipe, here I am showing another method to make parathas. Do refer my Aloo paratha for step wise pictures and detailed explanation of the first method.

You can follow any method which is comfortable for you

Make medium sized balls from the dough. Roll it out into a small circle.You can dust rice or wheat flour to prevent the dough from sticking to the rolling pin or board.

Place a tbsp of stuffing on the top of a rolled out circle and spread the stuffing evenly.(picture 1)

Then place another rolled out dough on top of it and seal the corners by pressing it lightly. (Picture 2)

Now roll it out gently with the stuffing inside to a circle approximately 7 inches in diameter dusting wheat flour.(picture 3)

Heat a tava and put the rolled out paratha on it. Wait for bubbles to appear, apply a tsp of oil (oil + ghee mixed) on the top and flip it over to the other side. Cook both sides well till brown spots appear.(picture 4 )

Repeat the same process for the rest of the dough.

how to make gobi paratha
Serve it with curd or pickle or chutney. Enjoy making this delicious gobi parathas at home.

Check out more Paratha Recipes

Meet you all again with more interesting recipes and tips, until then it is bye from Padhu of padhuskitchen.

43 comments:

  1. Prefect looking gobi paratha, wish i could have them rite now..

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  2. Nice tutorial and the parathas look lovely and lipsmacking

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  3. gobi paratha sounds like a great idea

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  4. i tried it once,yours came out perfect.

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  5. Yummy, i do it the same way but your stuffing is more nice than what i do...looks yum...

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  6. a healthy and yummy paratha. Have a nice weekend ahead.

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  7. Hey the step by step instruction of making this paratha is a good idea. Loved the recipe :)

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  8. OMG, when I see all these kind of paratha, I find my baguette and rolls so boring! These gobi paratha sounds so delicious!

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  9. yipee padhu perfect looking parathas there :) super clicks too...keep them coming
    TC

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  10. yummy gobi paratha..added to my to-do list....

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  11. Perfect paratahs..I am a big time fan of stuffed paratahs..This looks super...

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  12. perfect paratha....famous and fav too

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  14. Perfect parathas..love the filling,sounds super delicious.

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  15. Perfect paratha padhu..cauliflower stuffing makes paratha more delicious.:)

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  16. Nice stepwise illustrations ,gobi paratha looks eye catching..

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  17. Nice perfect paratha. Looks delicious.

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  18. Delicious gobi parathas!! Looks perfect!!

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  19. My favourite parathas...Looks Gr8

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  20. What a super post...step by step is always so good.Liked the filling a lot!

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  21. Oooh! my fav paratha..looks awesome

    Aaha Oho

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  22. This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing it and the excellent instruction too:)

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  23. woah...that's a gr8 recipe....must ask my mom to try it out!!!!

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  24. U ve made them beautifully, they are thin too!

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  25. just perfectly done, that is just delicious !

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  26. Stuffed bread is such a treat, looks perfect!

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  27. The parantha looks great. DO u have any ideas in case there is no food processor to mince the florets? Also, I tried leaving it in boiling water for 5 mins. It got over cooked.

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  28. Great recipe!! Do you have any suggestions in case there is no food processor to mince the florets. Also I out it in boiling water for 5 mins. It got over cooked. Any suggestions?

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  29. In case if you do not have food processor, chop it finely.After putting it in boiling water, switch it off, let it remain in water for 5 minutes.Then drain the water completely. You can even pat it dry with a clean kitchen towel if required. Chop it only after that.

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  30. will these partha cook inside, if you roll this way...?? just wondering

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  31. Tried it just now..it was very tasty n soft..Thanks :)

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  32. Tried it today for breakfast...wow it was so tasty ,so soft...yummy..my hubby loved it..thank u dear padhu for this wonderful recepie..

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  33. hi.. in all the dishes the coriander powder what you mean is coriander seeds fried n ground to powder or the mixed masala we usually use?

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    2. Coriander seeds dry roasted and ground or coriander seeds are sun dried and then ground to fine powder.

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  34. Hi padhu,

    Thanks for the recipe once again..
    Can I use mixie in place of food processor and just mince it for about 3-5 minutes? I think it would be time consuming if we mince it manually..
    Kindly advice...

    Regards

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    1. Yes, you can mince in mixie also using the mincing blade. Anyway method which is comfortable for you.

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