Dec 20, 2008


Potato --- 2 medium sized cut in to very small pieces
Onion --- 1 medium size finely chopped
Green chilies --- 4 chopped or according to your taste
Coriander leaves – 1 tab sp finely chopped
Red chili powder – 1 tea sp(if you feel this will be very spicy can just remove this red chili powder)
Coriander and cumin powder – 1 tea sp
Garam masala -- 1 tea sp or can use( masala mix what I used in cauliflower and brinjal curry)
Turmeric powder --- 1/2 tea sp
Salt to taste
Oil 1 tea sp
Atta – 11/2 cup
Salt to taste
Water for mixing the dough
Ghee+oil for frying paranthas
Take atta in to big bowl add salt and enough water to make a soft chapati dough and kend well for 5-10 min. cover and leave a side.(leave at least for 1/2 hour)
Heat 1 tea sp oil in fry pan and add chopped onion and fry till onion become soft then add green chilies and potato pieces, salt to taste, turmeric powder and red chili powder cover and cook till potatoes become soft (or till done) stir in between.
Now add coriander and cumin powder, masalamix or garam masala powder, chopped coriander and mix well and remove from the heat and mash the potato curry very well and you have to do this when it is hot mash well and leave a side to cool
Make egg size ball s from chapatti dough and big lemon size balls from potato mash.
Now make small puri s from chapatti dough and keep the potato mixture in the middle of the puri and close from all sides and cover the potato mixture and press in to a thick round chapatti
Heat a skillet or a flat pan and place the stuffed chapatti on it and fry bouth sides till light brown color then add 1 tea sp ghee and oil mix and fry till nice golden color
Serve with curd and pickle
This is my entry for Winter Treat Event hosted by Trupti at


Jaishree Iyer said...

Aloo Paratha looks yum N perfectrekha.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

mmmmm mouthwatering parathas..

Divya said...

yummy recipe..i love aloo mom prpares the same way....

Trupti said...

I love aloo paratha..these parathas looks very mouthwatering.

If u want you can send this recipe to Winter Treat Event

Cham said...

U really made it thin and look tasty