Aloo Paratha

Dhaba Style Aloo Ke Parathe Aloo Paratha Is A North Indian Dish Which They Can Have Anytime Of The Day 😀 Most popular breakfast of North India and it is one of the most people-friendly dishes in India 😛

When you don’t have many veggies in your fridge and yet you want to have good food then here it is “Aloo Paratha”


There are several ways to prepare Aloo Paratha. I followed Dhaba Style Aloo Paratha recipe. Quick, easy and yummy for your tummy 😀 🙂

Serves 2


For dough

  • 1.5 Cup Whole wheat flour
  • 1 Tbsp ghee/ oil
  • 1/2 Tsp salt
  • luke warm water for kneading

For stuffing

  • 3 Medium potatoes (boiled and mashed)
  • 2 Chopped green chilies
  • 1 Small chopped onion
  • 1 Tbsp chopped coriander leaves
  • 1/4 Amchur powder
  • 1/4 Red chili powder
  • 1/3 Tsp garam masala
  • Salt as required


For Dough

Step 1- Mix oil/ghee, salt in whole wheat flour and knead using luke warm water for good 10-12mins for soft dough

Kneading with luke warm water makes the dough soft

Step 2- Cover the dough using wet cloth and keep aside until you prepare stuffing

For stuffing

Step 1- Mix chopped onion, green chilies, coriander leaves, red chili powder,amchur, garam masala and salt in mashed potatoes and mix well

Preparing Parathas

Step 1- Make equal size medium balls from the dough and roll each ball like a poori size

Step 2- Place the stuffing in the centre and close the edges with your fingers. Make sure stuffing doesn’t come out

Step 3- Now roll like a roti with dusting some flour. Don’t roll too thin otherwise the stuffing will come out. Prepare all with the same process

Step 4- Heat tawa on high flame. Remember making parathas on low flame will harden the parathas.

When the tawa is properly heated place the paratha and flip when the other side is partly cooked and spread some ghee/oil on partly cooked side

Step 5- Flip the paratha when the other side is almost cooked and spread some ghee/ oil this side too

Now flip on the other side and let this side cook properly

Step 6- Flip again and when both the sides are cooked remove on a kitchen towel

You will see the brown spots on paratha when it is cooked. Cook all the parathas like this and serve with curd, chutney for your breakfast or as any other meal. 🙂







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