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Paneer Paratha (Cottage cheese stuffed paratha)

Hello my foodie friends ! How are you all doing? Today’s recipe is ‘Paneer Paratha’. This is one of the most popular stuffed paratha from Punjabi cuisine. You can serve this dish with koshimbir / plain curd / boondi raita/  pickle.

Paneer Paratha

Paneer Paratha

Paneer is a rich source of milk protein and that makes it one of the most healthy food item. It is the most common type of cheese used in Indian sub continent. It is so popular in India, that most of the famous international food joints serve dishes in which paneer is the main ingredient.

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For more paratha recipes, you can check Paneer Baida Roti (cottage cheese & egg parcel) , Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha (sev stuffed paratha) , Lachha Paratha (Warqi Paratha, Layered Paratha) , Gobhi Da Paratha .

For more paneer recipes, you can check Jhatpat Shahi Paneer (Quick royal cottage cheese) ,  Paneer Baida Roti (cottage cheese & egg parcel) , Paneer Masala (Cottage cheese in tomato gravy with peas and capsicum) .

Serve: 5

Duration: 5 mins (prep time) + 20 mins (cook time) = 25 mins (total mins)

Ingredients for Paneer Paratha

For Dough 
Wheat flour1/2 kg
Wateras required for dough
Salt optional
For filling/stuffing
Fresh Paneer / Cottage Cheese
(grated)
200 grams
Mint leaves (chopped)7-8
Coriander leaves (chopped)2 tbsp (heaped)
Onion (chopped)1 (medium) (optional)
Green chillies2-3
Saltas per taste
Red chilli powder1 tsp
Chaat masala1 tsp
Jeera/cumin powder1/2 tsp
Garam masala / All spice powder1/4 tsp
Ginger (grated)1 tsp (levelled)
Oil for frying

Procedure for Paneer Paratha

For Dough:
  • Knead the wheat flour/atta with water and salt to prepare fresh and smooth dough. Cover it with a cloth, keep it aside.
For filling / stuffing:
  • Grate paneer with the help of a grater.
  • Add all the ingredients of filling in the paneer.

  • Mix everything gently and slowly, stuffing for paratha is ready, keep it aside.
For paratha:
  • For paratha, divide dough in equal size balls.
  • Now take one ball at time and start preparing small dough circle.

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  • Place a tbsp of paneer filling in the centre, close it from all sides.

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  • Dust it with wheat flour and start rolling again.
  • Heat a skillet/tava and place the paratha on it. Keep it on high flame.

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  • When paratha is cooked partially from one side flip it on other side.

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  • At this stage spread oil/ghee/butter on partially cooked side. Flip again and cook it fully this time.

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  • Spread oil/ghee/butter on the other side too and let the paratha cook till dark brown small spots starts appearing on it.

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  • Prepare all the remaining parathas like this.
  • Serve it hot with koshimbir / plain curd / boondi raita/  pickle.

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Note:

  • You can add black salt also in the stuffing, in the ingredients it is not there because it is already there in chaat masala.

Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha (sev stuffed paratha)

Happy Tuesday everyone ! I hope you’re all having a yummy week. Today’s recipe is ‘Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha’. I am very happy to share this recipe with you all as this is my easiest recipe on this blog. You can have it in any meal. This recipe is a nice change from regular vegetable stuffed parathas that we all have normally. All you need is dough, ratlami sev and oil to fry. But if you have time and you want to give it that extra flavour you can add onion, coriander and mint leaves to this recipe. Let’s get started with the recipe…

Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha

Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha

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Lachha Paratha (Warqi Paratha, Layered Paratha)

Hi everyone ! Today’s Recipe is ‘Lachha Paratha’. This is my favourite technique to make lachhedar paratha, key to make  a perfect paratha is to follow all the steps as it is. You can also make them with wheat flour, in my recipe I am using maida (all-purpose flour).

Lachha Paratha

Lachha Paratha

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Gobhi Da Paratha/Gobhi Paratha (Cauliflower Chapati)

This is my first recipe. 🙂 Today’s recipe is ‘Gobhi Paratha’. Cooking according to me is combination of both art and science.Cooking is also a great stress buster. I love serving new dishes to my family. This blog is my food diary, where I will keeping adding every recipe that I will try. Come and join me in my journey of everything related to food !

Last night we made gobhi parathas for dinner. We served our parathas with green chutney (coriander chutney), ketchup and curd. Gobhi parathas are comparatively a healthy replacement of aloo parathas, for those who suffer from diabetes. Let’s get started with the recipe…

Gobhi Paratha

Gobhi Paratha

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Hare Tamatar Mirchi ki Sabzi | Green Tomato Green Chilli Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Hare Tamatar Mirchi ki Sabzi’.  It is an easy and quick recipe.  In Rajasthan, it is served with fafda, a very popular snack. This recipe takes only 10 mins of total time. Green tomatoes are very tangy in tastes, which along with green chillies gives this dish a tangy and spicy flavour.

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Mix Vegetable Pickle | Instant Mixed Vegetable Achar Recipe

Today’s recipe is ‘Mix Vegetable Pickle’. It is an instant pickle/achar recipe. You need vegetables of your choice for this pickle. You can enjoy this pickle with dal rice/plain parathas/stuffed parathas. Winter season is going on and this is a perfect time to prepare mixed vegetable pickle. This is my mother’s recipe which is loved by everyone in my family.

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Methi Matar Malai Recipe | How to prepare methi matar malai

Today’s recipe is ‘Methi Matar Malai’.  It is a popular north dish which you will find in almost all north Indian restaurants. This recipe is delicious and very rich as its gravy is made from malai (heavy cream) and cashew nut paste. It can be served as a main course dish for special occasions. Winter is the perfect time to enjoy this dish,  as during winters you will get fenugreek leaves and green peas easily in the market. Serve it with naan or hot chapati or lachha paratha.

Methi Matar Malai

Methi Matar Malai

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