Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Vegetable Paratha Recipe-Mixed Veg Paratha-Vegetable Stuffed Paratha

This is a very healthy, nutritious and wholesome breakfast with the goodness of vegetables. Next to aloo parathas and gobi paratha, this is our family's favorite paratha. It can also be packed for lunch as it remains very soft even hours later. Perfect for kid's breakfast, lunch box and snack box. There is no need for any special side dish for this paratha as it is very tasty on its own. If required, you can have it with curd or pickle or just a simple raita. Today we will learn how to make vegetable stuffed paratha following this easy recipe.

Vegetable Paratha

How to make Vegetable Paratha 

Prep time -under 20 mins
Cook time -under 15 mins
Yields - 6-7

Ingredients needed 

Wheat flour - 11/2 cup
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Oil - 2 tsp

For the vegetable stuffing 

Oil - 1 tbsp
Cumin seeds/jeera -1 tsp
Onion -1 medium size
Ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tsp
Potato - 2 medium size or 1 big
Peas -1/4 cup
Carrot and cabbage together (finely chopped)- 3/4 cup
Coriander leaves - finely chopped -1/4 cup

Spice powder 

Red chilli powder -1 tsp
Turmeric powder -1/4 tsp
Kitchen king masala or garam masala -1 tsp (I love kitchen king masala)
Coriander powder -1 1/2 tsp
Cumin powder -1/2 tsp
Salt needed

Wheat flour for dusting
Oil for frying parathas

Preparation 

In a bowl, mix together wheat flour, salt and oil. Add water, little at a time and prepare a soft and pliable dough just as you make for chapati. Grease your hands with 1/4 tsp oil and knead it well. Keep it covered. Let it sit for 10-15 minutes. In the meantime, we will prepare the stuffing for the paratha.

Pressure cook potatoes and peas. Mash potatoes well and grind peas to a paste. Mix mashed potato and peas together and keep it aside.

Finely chop onions, carrot, cabbage and coriander leaves. You can use the onion chopper or food processor for chopping the vegetables finely.

vegetable stuffing for paratha

Method 

Heat oil in a kadai, add cumins seeds, when it splutters, add finely chopped onions and saute until onions turn transparent.

Add ginger garlic paste and saute for a few more minutes.

frying onions

Add all the vegetables, coriander leaves and cook covered. Do not add water. Since we have chopped the vegetables finely, it will get cooked soon.

sauteing veggies

Then add potato and peas mixture, all the spice powder, salt needed and cook covered in medium low flame until everything gets blended well as shown in the picture below. Remove from flame and leave it to cool.

Vegetable stuffed paratha

Once cooled, make balls out of the mixture. You will get one or two balls extra. Do not worry.You can keep leftover stuffing  in the refrigerator and use it the next day.

Now make even sized ball out of the paratha dough. Roll out the ball into a small circle dusting wheat flour.

how to make vegetable paratha

Keep a ball of stuffing in the center and gather all the corners, seal it well and press it lightly.(see pic below)

Veg paratha

Dust wheat flour and roll out the sealed dough (with the sealed side on the top) into a circle just as you do for chapati but without applying too much pressure. Repeat the same process for the rest of the dough.

mixed Veg paratha

Heat a tawa and put the rolled out paratha on it. When you see bubbles forming on the top, spread a tsp of oil all over the paratha and flip it over to the other side. Spread another 1/2 tsp of oil on the other side and cook well until  brown spots appear on both the sides.

how to prepare mixed veg paratha

Repeat the process for the rest of the rolled out dough. Serve paratha with curd or pickle or raita.

Check out more Paratha Recipes 

If you found this post useful, I would really love it if you pin it or share it with your Facebook fans or Twitter followers or Google+ circles today. All it takes is a simple click on the “pin it” “like,” “share,” “tweet,” or Google+ buttons below the post. It will keep me motivated. Thank  you!


11 comments:

  1. Thank u very much, it is a very tasty and healthy dish, good for every one young and old alike, but i feel for diabitic people we can use soaked soya granules instead of mashed alu the taste will be very good

    ReplyDelete
  2. Nobody can make it like this except you, Padhu., hats off!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Yes kitchen king is our favorite too, yummy paratahs.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks a lot for your recipe...
    I made paratha's for dinner
    everyone at my place started praising me.
    all this goes to padhu's kitchen :)

    looking forward to try more recipes from ur website :)
    Once again thank you :D

    ReplyDelete
  5. Exactly what I was looking for, great recipe -thank you! :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hi I tried this receipe and it came out well but I hv a lot of leftover veggie left can u suggest a receipe to use it my family doesn't wish to hv a parata again.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You can make veg bonda or you can mix it with little leftover rice, make a dough, dip it in maida slurry, roll it in bread crumbs and deep fry to make a snack.

      Delete
  7. hi paddu, my parathas are breaking.
    I observed that while rolling, the mixture is popping out and the dough is breaking. Im guessing because of too much moist . Please tell me some tips to correct this

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The stuffing should be a little dry. So cook until all the moisture evaporates or follow the method mentioned in my Gobi Paratha .

      Delete

Thank you for dropping by my blog.Hope you enjoyed reading the recipes.Your feedback and comments are appreciated. Comments with links to external sites will be deleted.