|Published||Jul 25, 2012||Cooking Time||25 Minutes|
|Recipe Type||Breads||Preparation Time||7 Minutes|
|Ingredient||Standing Time||5 Minutes|
Paneer Paratha, are whole wheat Indian flat bread stuffed with paneer, staple in north India, popularly found in most of restaurants and dhabas in north India.
Recipe of Paneer Paratha
|Amchur Powder||To Taste|
|Green Chillies, Finely Chopped||1||Teaspoons|
|Water (for Kneading)|
|Whole Wheat Flour (Atta)||250||Grams|
|Coriander Leaves, Finely Chopped||1||Bunch|
|Curry Leaves, Chopped||1||Stricks|
Combine wheat flour, little salt. Mix and knead the dough, sprinkling water little by little until it form a soft, elastic ball. Add little oil and mix well. Cover the dough and let it rest for few minutes. In the meanwhile, make the paneer filling. Take a bowl, add grated paneer, green chillies chopped finely, salt to taste, amchur powder, coriander leaves, curry leaves and mix well. Make into small dumplings and keep aside. Take one piece of the atta dough and form into a ball. Dip the ball in wheat flour and using a rolling pin, roll into a small round paratha. Place one paneer dumpling on the round paratha and gather the edges of the paratha and bring them up together. Pleat them over the filling to form a parcel. Seal the paratha. Spread some flour and place this paratha and gently roll using a rolling pin. Heat tawa on medium heat and place the paratha on the skillet. Cook on medium heat adding butter till pale brown spots appear on the upper side. Flip and repeat the same.