Cauliflower Paratha taste good and it is very delicious. It is very famous in North India. Low carb dieters can use cauliflower as a reasonable substitute for potatoes. For your information, cauliflower is used to produce a potato substitute known asfauxtato. Cauliflower is low in fat, high in dietary fiber, folate, water and vitamin C, possessing a very high nutritional density. So old and Young can eat this healthy Paratha. Also little children, if they refuse to eat vegetables, you can give them this healthy Patatha.
Ingredients for dough:
- Wheat flour – 2cups
- Water – 1 ½ cup (enough to mix the dough)
- Salt – 1tsp
- Oil – 2 to 3Tlbs.
Yield: 12 – 14 Pieces
Ingredients for Stuffing:
- Cauliflower – one small sized ( 300gms) boil
- Cumin Seeds – 1tsp
- Oil – 2tsps
- Chilly Powder – 1tsps
- Coriander Powder – 1tsps
- Gram masala Powder – 1tsps
- Salt – 1 taps
- Haldi ( turmeric powder) – ½tsp
Method for stuffing:
- Add Chopped Cauliflower, boil and mash them nicely.
- Heat oil in the pan add cumin seeds,and add mashed cauliflower ,Chilly powder, Coriander powder, Gram malasa powder, Turmeric powder, and salt.
- Fry all the ingredients well till the raw smell of the powders goes off. (15 minutes)
- Allow the stuffing to cool, and make small balls and keep aside.
Making stuffed paratha:
- Make round balls and roll out to a small circle and add the stuffing and close it nicely.
- Roll out the dough balls a little bit say about 4inch diameter or whatever is comfortable for you and place the gobi mixture in the middle.
- Close the loose ends of the dough such that the mixture is completely sealed. Now roll out the dough. It’s okay if the gobi mixture comes out a little bit here and there. Use some flour to roll out whenever needed or if the dough sticks to the board or your counter top while rolling out
- Heat the Tawa and put the cauliflower Paratha on the top of that add oil or ghee on the sides.
- When it puffs up turn over the other side and cook till brown specks are formed both sides.
- Serve the parathas warm, as a mealtime bread. They are traditionally accompanied by plain yoghurt or any raita.
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