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Broccoli Aloo Paratha Recipe
Paratha is famous flatbread from India and South Asia,which is eaten anytime of the day . These breads can be stuffed with veg or non veg or simply with sugar (sweet paratha). For a amateur cook, Stuffing a paratha perfectly comes with practice but it's easy to get a hand on it.But they are super yummy so don't miss to practice it.
Today's paratha came to my mind just on a fly as i was planning to make aloo paratha for dinner but when i found broccoli in the fridge and was not at all in a mood to have this for atleast 2 or 3 i thought why not i include this in aloo paratha and tada here come Broccoli Aloo Paratha...this became a hit in family...Usually my hubby never gives any feedback whether it's good or bad...but this paratha made it...he asked how i made this,it's yum (kaisey banaya bahut accha hai)...felt happy.
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Level: Moderate
Total Time: 50mins
Serves: 4
1 cup:250 ml


Whole Wheat Flour: 2 cups
All purpose Flour/Maida: 1 cup
Salt:1/2 teaspoon
Oil: 3 teaspoons
Water as required to form a dough

Broccoli Florets:300gm
Potatoes: 300gm
Chilli Powder: 1/2 teaspoon(to taste)
Salt to taste
Cumin Powder:1/4 teaspoon
Garam Masala Powder: 1/2 teaspoon

Butter/Oil for making parathas


Take all the ingredients under dough and mix well and form a dough which is not too soft or hard and keep it aside for 10 mins.
Boil the potatoes until cooked in pressure cooker for 2 whistles. Once the cooker cools down, discard water, peel and mash the potatoes in a bowl.
Use the food processor and blend the washed,tap dried broccoli florets.
In a pan add processed broccoli florets and fry on high flame for 8 to 10 mins on high flame until the wetness in broccoli is gone.Turn of the heat and now add mashed potatoes, chilli powder, garam masala, salt and cumin powder and make a dough.
Divide broccoli stuffing dough in 10-12 equal balls and also dived paratha dough little bigger than broccoli balls.
Now flatten the paratha dough ball 4 inch in diameter,brush oil on top and place the broccoli ball in middle and wrap around the broccoli ball.
Now dust the flour on countertop and roll the stuffed dough ball with light hand roll the paratha as thin as possible. 
Now heat the pan and fry the paratha on both sides till you spot brown spots on both side. Apply oil/butter on one side while frying the paratha.
Enjoy hot with raita or pickle or with any spicy curry.

You can add green chilli paste,Amchur Powder(Dry Mango Powder), fresh chopped coriander to your tastebuds.

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  1. WOW! This looks so good. Love the filling!

  2. My first paratha in my life was broccoli paratha which I made referring to my friend's sil 's blog. She made it seem for simple and I had no clue how to make a stuffed paratha. All came in different shapes and sizes! LOL But yeah, that was the beginning and like you said requires a lot a practice and passion. All your flat-breads look amazing, and you know by now I am crazy about stuffed flatbreads! Lovely pictures too! :-*

  3. Innovative mind...behat acche...unique way to.add broccoli in diet


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