Wish you all a Very Happy Women's day
And happy moments cooking for your family. There is absolutely no limit of stuffing you can put in a paratha. You can stuff the parathas with almost anything, but have you ever tried boiled eggs stuffed parathas before?
It was a big surprise for me too when I visited my sister's house. This is what I learnt from her maid. Came back home and tried to replicate it for my egg loving family.
It can make a very nutritious morning breakfast or even can be packed with tiffin. These egg parathas taste best when had hot and with some lime/chilly pickle.
To make four parathas, note the ingredients and recipe.
3 cups wheat flour
2 boiled eggs
Water for kneading dough
1/2 tsp garam masala
1 tsp chaat masala
1 chopped chilly
Half cup chopped corriander leaves
Salt to taste
Cooking Oil (or Ghee)
1. Take the flour in a bowl , add little salt and knead into a soft dough.
2. Sprinkle a little oil over it, cover and let the dough rest for 15 minutes.
3. After 15 minutes take out the dough and knead it once again. Now divide the dough in four parts.
4. Peel the boiled eggs and grate them like you would grate a cube of cheese. Even the yolks.
5. Now mix in the corriander leaves, chopped chillies, garam masala, chaat masala and salt.
6. Make 4 equal potions of the egg mixture.
7. Use your fingers to make the dough ball flat in your palms like a round disc.
8. Place the egg mixture in the middle and seal the sides. Bring the dough around and seal it.
9. Dip this in the dry flour and roll it to a disc.
10. With the help of rolling pin, roll out a flat round paratha.
11. Now heat a tawa or pan, cook the egg paratha from both sides using little oil/ghee.
12. Cook it on slow flame, serve it hot and enjoy with pickle or ketchup.