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Peas Paratha

Posted By Vardhini On August 14, 2016 @ 9:56 pm In Gallery,Healthy Recipes,Indian,Kid Friendly,Main Dish | No Comments

Peas Paratha | Cooks JoyParatha is an Indian flat bread. There are a ton of variations and this version is stuffed with peas. Stuffed parathas are a filling dish and taste great. Off to the recipe.Peas Paratha | Cooks Joy

Peas Paratha

By Vardhini, August 14, 2016

Peas Paratha

Indian flat bread stuffed with peas.

Ingredients:

Instructions:

Make a dough with the ingredients under "For Dough". Let it rest for about 30 minutes.

Powder the pottukadalai and keep aside. Thaw the frozen peas and blend along with chilly and ginger.

Heat oil and add cumin seeds. Add the peas paste, pottukadalai powder, salt, turmeric and cumin powder. Saute for about 5 minutes. Allow to cool and make small balls of the mixture.

Pinch balls off the dough and roll into a circle. Place the mixture on it. Pinch edges to seal. Roll out again.

Heat a tawa and place the rolled paratha. After a few seconds flip it. Add a tsp of oil around the edges. Flip again after 30 seconds or so. Drizzle a tsp of oil again. When both sides are golden brown remove from tawa. Serve with pickle.

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Pictorial
1. Take pottukadalai in a blender.2. Blend to a powder.3. Frozen peas thawed.4. Take in a blender along with green chilly and ginger.5. Blend to a paste.6. Heat oil. Add cumin seeds. Add the paste.7. Add salt, turmeric, cumin powder and pottukadalai powder.8. Saute for about 5 minutes.9. Make balls of the mixture.10. Make a dough with the ingredients under "For Dough". Allow dough to rest for 30 minutes. Pinch balls off the dough and roll into a circle. Place the mixture on it. 11. Pinch edges to seal.12. Roll out again. Heat a tawa and place the rolled paratha. After a few seconds flip it. Add a tsp of oil around the edges. 13. Flip again after 30 seconds or so. Drizzle a tsp of oil again. When both sides are golden brown remove from tawa. Serve with pickle.
Tasty paratha ready.
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