Monday, January 21, 2013

Cheese Paratha


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Simple and easy Cheese Paratha...Kids will love this simple cheese paratha.


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Last week after I switched to my own domain, due to some error my blog was down for sometime, it was dassana amit who helped me out...thanks dassana and amit for all the help...really appreciate it.

Now back to this recipe, its a simple cheese paratha, an easy to make recipe. Cheese is filled inside whole wheat roti and rolled to perfection, cooked with a drizzle of ghee/oil....

This paratha is an excellent lunchbox meal for kids, it is very filling and powerpacked...


Author: Nisa Homey.

Please click here for detailed step by step tutorial for making roti/Indian flat bread.
Ingredients:
Whole wheat flour: 1 1/2 cups.
Water: As needed.
Salt a fat pinch.
Ghee/oil: 1 tsp.

For the filling:
Processed Cheese: 3-4 cubes, I used Amul cheese.
Again ghee/oil for drizzling.

Method
Bring the cheese to room temp, grate, and keep aside.

Mix flour, water, salt to make into a dough. Knead the dough with 1 tsp of ghee. Pinch off medium sized balls from the dough and keep aside. Note that the balls should be slightly bigger than your ordinary roti balls.

Take a ball and make a well.

Fill 2 tsp of cheese in it.

Close the ball as shown in the picture.

Then place it on to the flat bread stone and sprinkle a bit of whole wheat flour.

With flour greased hand/fingertip....lightly press the dough into round.

Flip over and press again.....lightly.

Now with your rolling pin, roll into a flat but not too thin disc, taking care not to break the surface; we do not want the cheese filling to come out...it will defiantly stick to the hot tawa and burn...

Put it gently on the heated tawa, drizzle a bit of ghee/oil and flip it over.

Again after 1 min flip it over....drizzle a bit of ghee/oil.

One last flip and its ready.

Serve hot with raita, tomato sauce.

Enjoy.

Note: For a spicy version; add chopped onion, green chilly, a fat pinch of pepper powder, coriander leaves, and a pinch of chat masala into the grated cheese, mix and fill the parathas....I prefer the simpler version, so I stick on to  it.

Suggested curries/side dish:
Punjabi Aloo-Gobi 
Punjabi Aloo-Baigan Masala Curry.

22 comments:

  1. wow...irresistable paratha...can't wait to try your tempting version nisa..;)

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  2. Very yummy recipe! I would love to eat the spicy version of this paratha!

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  3. Very yummm & inviting!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  4. wow nicely presented....nice recipe

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  5. My kid's favourite,he just love this parathas.

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  6. Kids delight for sure ...looks fab

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  7. who don't like cheese and in paratha , heaven.

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  8. Looks so yum n tempting ...nice click

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  9. These parathas are making me hungry now...will try this sometime soon...

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  10. Delicious and easy to make parathas :)

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  11. Oh these look SO GOOD!! You do make parathas look so easy to make. I really need to start making them. I love the incorporation of cheese!

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  12. I followed this recipe and the parathas turned out great! They puffed too! (my chapatis don't puff most of the time :P) .. Husband loved it! Thanks!

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    1. Anon-Hey that is wonderful news....I am so glad that it came out perfect for you and you made my day....thank u for sticking to my recipe and for reading my post....coz i always speak out each and every trick and tip and stuffs that I have noticed which make a recipe successful for me...keep connected and have a great day.

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  13. m gona try in tomorw itself as i find it very yummy n easy....thnx for posting it..!!!!

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  14. i just now tried it and da taste was awesome ......but da paratha did not puff..!!!

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  15. That's awesome!! I will cook it today :).weekend special!!

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  16. I hv a suggestion - if Black pepper freshly ground or the market one is added to the cheese the cheese paratha will taste even better !

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  17. Your recipe was very easy to follow & within no time the yummy parathas were ready. It turned out real great though it did not puff much. Thanks a lot for the recipe.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed the parathas and thanks for stopping by with the feedback!

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