Stuffed Paratha Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Stuffed Paratha Recipe


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Stuffed Layer Paratha | Layered Paratha || How to make layered Paratha with step by step photos.....

Stuffed layered paratha is a simple stuffed layer, and delicious flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent, Most stuffed parathas are not layered. but I made stuffed layer paratha which is quite easy to make it, Parathas can be eaten as a breakfast dish or as a tea-time (tiffin) snack.

Parathas are one of the most popular unleavened flatbreads in Pakistan, made by baking or cooking whole wheat dough on a Tawa, and finishing off with shallow frying. Parathas are thicker and more substantial than chapatis/rotis and this is either because, in the case of a plain paratha, they have been layered by coating with ghee or oil and folding repeatedly (much like the method used for puff pastry  using a laminated dough technique; or else because of food ingredients
                               
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There are lots of stuffing that can be filled in dough such as vegetables, chicken, cheese, dal, or mince by choice other than
People use different techniques of making stuffed or layered parathas, making paratha uses both the layering technique together with fillings into the dough. 

Some stuffed parathas resemble a filled pie squashed flat and shallow fried, using two discs of dough sealed around the edges, then by alternatively using a single disc of dough to encase a ball of filling and sealed with a series of pleats pinched into the dough around the top, gently flattened with the palm against the working surface before being rolled into a circle. Most stuffed parathas are not layered...

Here I used spring onion, green chilies, boiled eggs by adding some spices for making paratha, you can do also variations by using cheese, peas or shredded chicken, a great tiffin box for the kids, These parathas can be served with ketchup or any spiced sauce and tea so let's begin with 
                     
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Tips:
  1. To make perfect crispy stuffed layer paratha one thing always keep in mind that paratha dough should be soft
  2. Using warm milk in kneading makes the dough soft and smooth
  3. Paratha the dough ball should be thick than chapattis/roti dough ball
  4. Rolled disc not to too thick nor too thin
  5. Apply butter on each layer to make your paratha crispy and flaky 
  6. Don’t fill too much stuffing they may tear your paratha
  7. 1-2 tbsp stuffing is enough
  8. Using pure ghee on paratha to make it delicious                       



To prepare this recipe first we will prepare paratha dough for that take a large mixing bowl to add all-purpose flour with ingredients
                 
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And mix well with spatula or hand till turns to crumble texture 


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Start kneading the dough by pouring warm milk little by little 


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Keep kneading until the dough is formed
                             
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I used 75 ml milk in kneading
                     
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Keep kneading till you get the smooth and soft texture of the dough
                 


Put the dough back to the bowl and leave it for rest around 15 minutes at least

                 
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Remove the shells of the egg and chop them finely

                    
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Then transfer the chopped eggs to another mixing bowl along with chopped veggies, keep mixing by adding spices
                       
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Take out the dough from the bowl and punch it for a minute 
          
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Divide the dough into equal portions_and flatten each ball between your palm            

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Place all dough balls on the plate
              
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Take one dough ball and roll it 8-10 inches in round shape, apply butter over the disc, then sprinkle flour dust
              
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Place 2 tbsp filling in the center of roti and fold from the left side, and again apply butter over folding part along with sprinkle flour then fold from the right side and apply butter then sprinkle 
                      


Now fold from upwards and do the same as before, at the end fold from downwards and apply butter then sprinkle flour
               
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It looks like a square box apply butter from folding sides and sprinkle flour dust, slightly press them with the help of fingers 
Don’t use a rolling pin at this stage just because stuffing may come out from the dough ball


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Repeat the same process with all remaining dough balls and place all prepared dough balls on the tray or plate
       



Heat the Tawa very well and then place the stuffed paratha on hot Tawa, flip the paratha after 2 minutes and apply some ghee over it
                
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First, we will cook each side of paratha for about 2 minutes on a medium-high flame, then reduce the heat to low and let them cook until nicely golden brown and crisp from both sides
            
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Repeat the same process with all remaining stuffed parathas                           

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Transfer to the serving plate 

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Delicious stuffed layer paratha is ready 
                                      
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Serve hot with teaketchup, or sauce

                             
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Stuffed Layer Paratha | Layered Paratha is a simple stuffed layer and delicious flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent.

Ingredients:
  1. 300g, all-purpose flour
  2. 2 tbsp,butter/margarine
  3. 1 tsp, salt
  4. 1 tbsp, sugar
  5. 100ml, milk warm
  6. 1 pcs, egg
  7. 10og, butter
  8. 100g, pure ghee/banaspati ghee
For filling:
  1. 3 pcs, hard-boiled eggs chopped
  2. 1 cup, spring onion chopped
  3. 2-3 large, green chilies chopped
  4. ½ tsp, salt
  5. ½ tsp, black pepper
  6. 1/3 tsp, white pepper
  7. 1 tsp, chaat masala
How to make stuffed paratha?
  1. To prepare this recipe first we will prepare paratha dough for that
  2. Take a large mixing bowl to add all-purpose flour, salt, butter, and sugar
  3. And mix well with spatula or hand till turns to crumble texture
  4. Kneading dough by pouring warm milk little by little until the dough is formed
  5. Keep kneading until the dough is formed
  6. I used 75 ml milk in kneading
  7. Transfer to the working surface and keep kneading till you get the smooth and soft texture of the dough
  8. Put the dough back to the bowl and leave it for rest around 15 minutes at least
  9. Meanwhile, the dough is resting we will prepare to fill for parathas
  10. Remove the shells of the egg and chop them finely
  11. Then transfer the chopped egg to another mixing bowl along with chopped spring onions and green chilies
  12. Keep mixing by adding salt, chaat masala, white pepper, and black pepper  keep aside
  13. Take out the dough from the bowl and punch it for a minute and
  14. Divide the dough into equal portions
  15. And flatten each ball between your palm
  16. Place all dough balls on the plate
  17. Take one dough ball and roll it 8-10 inches in round shape
  18. Apply butter over the disc, then sprinkle flour dust
  19. Place 2 tbsp filling in the center of roti and fold from the left side
  20. And again apply butter over the folding part along with sprinkle flour then fold from the right side and apply butter and sprinkle flour
  21. Now fold from upwards and do the same as before  
  22. At the end fold from downwards and apply butter then sprinkle flour
  23. It looks like a square box apply butter from folding sides and sprinkle flour dust,
  24. Slightly press them with the help of fingers
  25. Don’t use a rolling pin at this stage just because stuffing may come out from dough ball  
  26. Repeat the same process with all remaining dough balls
  27. Place all prepared dough balls on the tray or plate
  28. Heat the two very well and then place the stuffed paratha on hot Tawa
  29. Flip the paratha after 2 minutes and apply some ghee over it
  30. First, we will cook each side of paratha about 2 minutes on medium-high flame
  31. Then reduce the heat to low and let them cook until nicely golden brown and crisp from both sides
  32. This tip makes your paratha crisp and flaky
  33. Transfer to the serving plate
  34. Repeat the same process with all remaining stuffed parathas
  35. Delicious stuffed layer parathas are ready
  36. Serve hot with teaketchup or sauce
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