Peas paratha

As I said before, when my family was here, I had a great time. My granny used to cook a complete south Indian meal and my sister , north Indian delicacies . So I quite relaxed myself and enjoyed good food.


My sister made this parathas with green peas for lunch one day and they tasted great. A good healthy one , loved by children as well as grown ups, so thought of sharing it with you all.

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Peas paratha Yum
Course breads
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
For stuffing-
For the paratha
  • 1 cup Wheat flour
  • 1 tbsp Besan / gram flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp oil
  • Ghee to brush on parathas.
Course breads
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
For stuffing-
For the paratha
  • 1 cup Wheat flour
  • 1 tbsp Besan / gram flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp oil
  • Ghee to brush on parathas.
Instructions
For the stuffing-
  1. Heat oil in pan. Add the ginger garlic paste and then the peas. Add the rest of the ingredients. Sprinkle little water. Close the lid till it cooks well. After sometime, try to mash the peas with a mechanical masher or blend it in a mixer.
  2. Add the besan in wheat flour along with salt. Add water and make a smooth dough using little oil.
For assembling-
  1. Make small balls on the dough. Roll a ball into a circle. Spread little stuffing on it. Roll another ball into a circle of same size. Place it on the stuffing. Seal both circles on the sides with little water.
  2. Heat a tava. Place the paratha on it. Brush little oil on the upper surface. Turn on the other side and brush some more ghee.Cook well on both sides.
  3. Serve hot with any gravy or curds.
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24 Comments

  1. Looks great, lovely pic

     
  2. So we litteraly don’t need any subji! Looks really good and yummy 🙂

     
  3. Wow paratha looks gr8, yummy and delectable. New stuffing to me.

     
  4. Sowmya Lovely Paratha by your sis..Enjoy Dear!

     
  5. Looks so wonderful..perfectly cooked paratha!!

     
  6. How cute is that? The peas peeking out from the paratha in the second pic is so nice…

     
  7. Yummy parathas. Using another paratha to seal the filling makes the job easier and less messy. Good one.

     
  8. srikars kitchen

    Lovely & yummy parathas… looks delicious…nice entry dear..

     
  9. I like the second pic with the peas peaking out of the paratha.

     
  10. yummmmmy peas paratha. chk mine too. I also made this recently.

     
  11. Ciao ! I’d love to try to make them !

     
  12. Mahimaa's kitchen

    never tried this..have to try sometime.. pics are so nice.

     
  13. Priya Suresh

    Looks great..simply super…

     
  14. Sounds like you had a great time Sowmya…the parathas look yum, the second pic is very cute 🙂

     
  15. That sounds delicious 🙂

     
  16. That’s quite a lot of stuffing! I love this paratha too but am not able to pack in so much of the filling. Good pictures:)

     
  17. OK! You used the layer method. I guess next time I will do that too!

     
  18. Parathas look amazing and Perfect Sowmya 🙂 Suja also cooks very well…Second pic is very nice..

     
  19. I’ve never tried peas stuffing. Absolutely delicious!! Lovely pic with the green peeking through! 🙂

     
  20. Taste of Mysore

    ahaa is that white butter on parathas? I love white butter and with those yummy peas paranhta I bet it would taste yummo!

     
  21. a healthy twist to the paratha. looks great sowmya!

     
  22. Joie de vivre

    Can’t beat any recipe made by a grannie. These look great.

     
  23. this is another paratha i want to give it a try pretty soon 🙂

     
  24. Different stuffing..looks delicious.

     

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