Gobhi Paratha Recipe
1 cup grated Gobi / Cauliflower
1 tbsp chopped Green Chillies
1 tbsp chopped Ginger
1 tsp Red Chilli Powder
1 tsp roasted Cumin Powder
1 tsp Ajwain / Carom Seeds
Salt to taste
2 tbsp chopped Coriander Leaves
1 tbsp Amchur / Mango Powder
Atta Dough – For Parathas
Butter – To garnish
Pickle / Dahi – to serve with
For the Stuffing.
In a bowl , grate some cauliflower and then add some chopped green chillies and some chopped ginger as it will give a nice crunch to your paratha.
Now add some red chilli powder, some roasted cumin seeds, some ajwain, some salt to taste and some chopped coriander leaves. And mix all of them well.
Let this mixture sit for sometime and then squeeze the water out so that the further process is easy.
After squeezing the water out
For The Paratha
Take some wheat flour and knead it with some water and salt to make a nice soft dough.
Now take a small portion of the dough.
Make it round and flat in shape from the edges keeping the middle portion thick and the edges thin.
Add a small amount of the Gobi stuffing in the middle section of the flat dough and then wrap it from the edges so that all the stuffing should be inside the paratha.
Now make a nice ball shape and sprinkle some flour dust on it and then roll out the dough into a nice flatbread just like roti or Indian bread.
Then take a Tawa and put it on flame, as it heats up add the paratha onto the Tawa. Once it is cooked from one side flip it to another side.
Spread some oil or ghee and then cook both sides evenly.
Remove it on a plate and top it with some butter and your Gobi paratha is ready.