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Monday, 26 March 2012

Cauliflower stuffed Indian bread[ Gobi ka parantha]- simply can't resist!


The Northern side of India is especially famous for all sorts of mouth watering parantha (stuffed Indian bread) recipes. Indian bread has a unique recipe and taste that is quite easy to prepare and nutritious as well. I remember the famous ‘Paranatha wali gali’ in Delhi where you can have tongue licking exceptional recipes and a range of mind blowing paranthas. Combining vegetarian as well as non vegetarian delicacies as stuffing, Indian breads are simply awesome. Indian recipes are truly mind-blowing. Let’s see the recipe of cauliflower stuffed parantha popularly called ‘Gobi ka parantha’ in the entire Northern region of India.

Ingredients: (for preparation of 10-12 paranthas)

White flour (250 gms.),

Cauliflower (1 medium sized chopped and boiled),

Turmeric powder (1 teaspoon),

Coriander powder (1 teaspoon),

Cumin powder (1 teaspoon),

Ginger paste (1 teaspoon),

Red chili powder (1 teaspoon),

Tomatoes (2 medium sized).

Procedure: The process is demonstrated in a step wide manner schematically with the help of pictures.











Step1: Mash the already boiled cauliflower. Heat oil in a container. Dash tomatoes, cumin powder, coriander powder, ginger paste, red chili powder, turmeric powder into it. Stir well with the help of a spatula till it takes an even contour. This will be used as a stuffing inside parantha. Allow the mixture to be cool.










Step 2: Prepare dough out of the white flour adding little salt, oil and water. Press the dough evenly with the help of your hands and make equally shaped rounded balls.











Step 3: Scoop a little of the cauliflower stuffing with the help of a spoon and put it inside the dough, then close the two extreme sides.











Step 4: Roll the dough with the help of a rolling pin till it becomes a flat rounded structure.











Step 5: Put the rounded structure in a tawa (flat container) and heat evenly from all sides. Apply oil till it becomes golden- brownish in color. The parantha takes a crispy appearance.











Remove to a plate. Serve it to your guests with chutney, pickles or curry of your choice. Simply love the delicious, crispy delight with cauliflower stuffing inside. Wow, its taste and nutrition at the same time.






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