Gobi/cauliflower Paratha

I am trying to blog every alternate days. Its not that , I have lots of time nowadays, infact I am busier now. But yes , its a new year resolution that I learn to manage my time and also my promise that I spend sometime everyday for my blog as well as some other activities which seems to have been forgotten. So thats it. I hope to continue this for the entire year. So dear friends, just give me a nudge, if I seem to go low and lazy again!!

Vegetable paratha is always for the weekend brunch. They are so filling, healthy and delicious too. They can simply be had with curds , ketchups or pickles. This time it was cauliflower.It is really delicious and a best way to sneak in some cauliflower for the so called picky eaters!!!


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Gobi/cauliflower Paratha
Course breads
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
For the filling
For the dough
  • 1 cup Wheat flour
  • 2 tsp Oil
  • a pinch Salt
  • Ghee for cooking the parathas
Course breads
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
For the filling
For the dough
  • 1 cup Wheat flour
  • 2 tsp Oil
  • a pinch Salt
  • Ghee for cooking the parathas
Instructions
For the filling
  1. Grate the cauliflower. Heat oil in a pan. Add the grated cauliflower followed by rest of the spices. Cook till the cauliflower becomes soft. Mash and mix well. Make small balls with the cooked cauliflower.
For the dough
  1. Mix all the ingredients and make a soft and smooth dough with it. Make small balls(larger than the ball made with vegetable) with it.
  2. Assembling the paratha
  3. Roll the ball made with the wheat dough into a circle. Place a ball of cauliflower filling in the center. Seal the edges rolling them into a ball. Now roll them into a circle again. Place this on a hot tava/girdle and cook on one side and flip it to cook on the other side. Cook till brown spots appear. Rub ghee on both sides while cooking.
  4. Serve immediately with curd, pickle or ketchup.
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33 thoughts on “Gobi/cauliflower Paratha”

  1. Keep ourself busy is something many forgot! Great to will keep looking something fresh from your kitchen!Lovely vegetable parotha!

  2. The thing i like best about parathas is that they are a complete meal….there’s no need to make any accompaniments.

  3. Dear Sowmya, this is my all time favorite, I grate the cauliflower and use it raw. It is a little cumbersome but tastes divine.

  4. Well i too had made some efforts this yr but don’t know how well that will go btw ur gobi parathas looks tasty and yummy Sowmi:)

  5. I think all of us need that nudge from friends at some point. I have to get to normalcy soon too.Your parathas are just too good to resist.

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