Saturday, 14 July 2012

Dhaba Style Alu Da Paratha

Hi guys, finally presenting an Indian recipe after so long. This is a kind of flatbread with spicy potato filling, which has grown to be a hit with both the young and old alike. However, this has turned out a little more crispy than the normal version. It's good during the Indian monsoon season. Cheers...

Dedicated with love to my cousin, Jasmine, whose birthday falls on 11th July. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Ingredients:

Dough
1/4 cup flour
2 T ghee (clarified butter from cow's milk) or vanaspati (plant based clarified butter)
Pinch of salt
Pinch of pepper
Water as required

Potato stuffing
1-2 T ghee or oil
2 potatoes, peeled, cut up and boiled
1 red onion, finely chopped
1/4-1/2 green chilli, deseeded and finely chopped
Dash of salt
Dash of pepper
Pinch of red chilli powder (if you prefer it even spicier)
Dash of jeera (cumin) powder
Dash of dhania (coriander) powder
Dash of garam masala
Dash of amchur (mango powder)
Ghee or vanaspati for cooking


Method
1. Firstly, prepare the dough. Mix all ingredients until consistency becomes like breadcrumbs.
2. Add water as required, and make like Play Dough consistency. Keep aside.
3. Heat oil, add onion and green chilli. Cook till onion browns and gives slight aroma.
4. Put cooked onions into a bowl, add potatoes and mash slightly. Season with salt, pepper, jeera, dhania, garam masala and amchur.
5. Divide the dough into 4 pieces. Roll out, and grease with a little ghee. Put potatoes in it.
6. Top with second rolled out dough piece.
7. Heat oil in a pan, and cook for a while. Make slits inside with a sharp knife, and put a little ghee on top.
8. Cook until golden brown, and serve hot with plain yoghurt or masala tea.

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