Parathas are most popular food in the India. Parathas are different types paneer paratha, gobi paratha, mix vegetable parathas, potato parathas and much more. It is made by whole wheat dough on a tava.
and cook for at least 3-4 until it turns into slightly brown colour. You can make many paneer dishes like paneer pulao, shahi panner etc. Paneer paratha and other parathas mostly eaten for breakfast in India. it can be eaten with the yoghurt, butter, chutney, sauce with tea also.
The most common paratha is potato paratha(aloo paratha) which was commonly cooked in every Indian family. But personally, I like paneer paratha most. My mother taught me this recipe. And she taught me
in a very good way that today i am sharing my recipe to all of my readers. paneer paratha is one of most easy recipe to cook. So you can read it from below and cooked it im your home.
For paneer stuffing
1 cup-paneer, grated
Onion – 1 small well chopped onion
2- green chillies chopped
1/4 teaspoon- ginger grated
pinch of carom seeds(ajwain)
Amchur powder – large pinch
2 tablespoon well chopped fresh coriander leaves
Salt to taste
For the paratha dough:
1/4 cup whole wheat flour
Salt according to your taste
Water as required
Wheat flour for dusting
Ghee or oil for roasting the parathas
Preparation time- 30 time cook time- 15 min total time- 45 minute
Method for making paneer paratha
Take a bowl a bowl put all whole wheat flour and salt than Mix it well. now we add water a little at a time, to make a soft slightly firm dough. Now Cover it with a damp cloth and allow to rest for at least 30-40 minutes. now we prepare the stuffing.
take another bowl then add grated paneer, green chillies, ginger, coriander leaves, amchur, carom seeds and salt, then mix all ingredients very well.
Pinch a large lemon sized ball of dough and roll to form a 3 diameter circle. Place a heaped tbsp of the paneer stuffing and take the edges of the dough and cover the stuffing. Shape it into a ball. Prepare with rest of dough.
Dust the working surface with some whole wheat flour or atta and roll out the stuffed dough to form into a circle.
Now put tawa on a burner and heat it, then put a rolled paneer paratha on tawa and allow to cook for at least 20 seconds. Turn the paratha and let it cook for a few more seconds. Once light brown spots appear, put oil or ghee on paratha and roast to a golden shade from both sides.
Serve hot with pickle or achar, yoghurt or raita.