A simple, easy-to-make recipe that tastes scrumptious with the goodness of palak and paneer! A power pack breakfast option that keeps your tummy happy till the next meal. Moreover, itâ€™s a good way of making fussy kids eat greens like palak..
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Yield / Serves
For Dough: Whole wheat flour Aata â€“ 1 cup
Spinach Palak puree â€“ 12 cup
Carrom seeds Ajwain â€“ 12 tsp
Oil â€“ 1 tbspn
Salt to taste
Water to knead
For Stuffing Cottage Cheese Paneer â€“ 12 cup, gratedcrumbled
Onion â€“ 1 small sized, finely chopped
Garlic â€“ 2 cloves, finely chopped
Green Chilly â€“ 1 medium, finely chopped
Fresh Coriander â€“ 2 tbpns, finely chopped
Jeera Powder â€“ 12 tsp
Garam Masala â€“ 14 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil- 1 tbspn and also as required for cooking parathas
Wash Palak well and make puree by adding little amount of water.
In a large bowl, add flour, ajwain, oil and salt. Mix well till it resembles like bread crumbs. Add palak puree and knead well into a soft dough. If required sprinkle water while kneading. Keep it covered for 15 mins.
To prepare the filling: Heat oil and saute finely chopped garlic, greenchillies. Add onion, salt and sautÃ© till it turns golden in colour.
Add jeera powder, garam masala powder and finely chopped fresh coriander leaves. Mix well and switch off the flame.
Take lemon-sized dough and roll it into small circle. Place a tbspn amount of filling and bring together the edges and roll it into a paratha.
Cook the paratha on a hot tava with a tsp of oil till they are well roasted. Serve them hot with a pickle of your choice and curd.
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