Curd stuffed paratha at home: You may have eaten curd with paratha very often, but if you get the taste of curd inside the paratha, how will you feel? No posts, this is possible. Make this recipe of curd stuffed paratha and become familiar with its taste.
Curd stuffed paratha: A unique recipe for Indian flatbread with hung curd, paneer, and boiled potatoes. Often the filling of the parade is full of different types of vegetable concentrations and thus a complete meal is made. But it can also be made with other wet ingredients and dahi or curd is one such method. Paratha cooking is one of the staple foods of many Indians.
Breakfast is served, but can also be served at lunchtime and dinner. Usually, these are filled with boiled and spicy vegetables, but they can also be made with other ingredients such as yogurt hanging, making flat, and filling bread.
last year I had posted a very popular dahi paratha recipe, where I could add sour yogurt directly to the dough. In other words, there was no addition of flatbread, and spice powders were added to the dough.
However, I wanted to post a paratha recipe with curd as one of the ingredients. However, the water inside the yogurt could break the wheat-based cover so it was not an option. So, I prepared a curd by removing all the water in it. In addition, I mixed the suspended curd with mashed potatoes and paneer which helps absorb any moisture left out but retains the cream and beauty of the curd.
You can also use other vegetables, but I personally recommend using this combination. In addition, I can add some tips, suggestions, and variations of the completed dahi paratha recipe.
First, I used only wheat flour to prepare the dough. But you can also extend it by adding equal amounts of wheat and plain flour. Plain flour helps to give good texture and color to the apparatus.
Second, by adding the suspended curd, minced paneer, and potatoes, the paratha is very filling. So you can skip the paneer or potatoes dipped in the hung curd and it should be more than enough to absorb moisture.
Finally, the paratha tastes amazing when given hot or warm. It can turn sour due to the suspended curd so it is best to serve immediately.
Here are some delicious recipes:
- Paneer paratha recipe
- Delicious veg paratha recipe
- Onion paratha recipe
- Easy panner paratha recipe
- Dahi garlic chicken recipe
Curd stuffed paratha at home
Ingredients need to make Curd Stuffed Paratha
- 2 Cups Wheat flour 300 grams
- 1/2 Cup Hung Curd
- 1/2 Cup Paneer grated
- 1/2 Cup Namkeen ground
- 3-4 Tablespoons Ghee
- 2 tbsp. Coriander finely chopped
- 1-2 Green chili finely chopped
- 1 tsp Coriander Powder
- 1/4 tsp Turmeric Powder
- 1 tsp. or as per taste Salt
Method of making Curd Stuffed Paratha
- To make curd paratha, take out wheat flour in a bowl.
- Add 1/2 tsp and 1 tsp ghee to the flour and mix it well.
- Knead a soft dough with the help of water.
- 1 cup of water is used to make this much dough.
- Cover the dough and keep it for 20-25 minutes to set.
- Take out the Hung Curd in a bowl. Add crumbled paneer, ground salt, 1/2 teaspoon salt, two finely chopped peppers, 1 teaspoon coriander powder, 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder, and 2 tablespoons green coriander, and mix everything well. The stuffing is ready.
- Apply a little ghee on your hand and mash the dough to make it smooth.
- Break the dough from the dough, and divide the dough into 2 equal parts and make 2 pieces.
- Wrap dough with dry flour and roll it thin and keep it on a separate plate.
- Then, roll the other dough in the same shape.
- Spread a rolled paratha which is on the side, spread a little ghee on it, and spread it around.
- Put the stuffing on top of the paratha and spread it around leaving the edges.
- Cover the second thin belly roti over it and press it with your hands and paste it. Roll it lightly and press the edges with a fork and paste it well.
- Heat it by placing it on gas. When the pan is hot, grease it with some ghee and put the rolled paratha on the pan.
- When the paratha is slightly roasted from the bottom, flip it over to the other side and when golden spots start appearing on the second part of the paratha, then put some ghee on top of the paratha and spread it well around.
- Turn the paratha on the other side and put a little ghee on this part too and spread it well around.
- Roast the parathas on a medium flame till they get golden spots on both sides.
- Remove the roasted paratha from the pan and keep it on top of a bowl placed on a plate. In this way prepare all the parathas.
To make paratha in a simple way
- Take out a little flour from the flour. Wrap the dough in dry flour (paratha) and roll it into 3-4 inch diameter.
- Spread some ghee on the rolled paratha and spread it.
- Place some stuffing on top of the paratha. Close the pithi by lifting the paratha from all around.
- Enlarge this circle with the help of palm and fingers so that the stuffing spreads all around in the paratha.
- Wrap the stuffed dough in dry flour and roll it out.
- Roast the parathas just like the previous parathas. 7-8 parathas are made in this much flour.
- Delicious curd parathas are ready.
- Remove them from the bowl and keep them on a plate.
- You can serve parathas with curd, chutney pickle, or any vegetable of your choice.
Suggestions for curd stuffed paratha at home
- You can also use oil instead of ghee to make dough.
- You can take any gram flour snacks. Stuffing with salt is prepared by making it dry. Instead of Namkeen, you can also add gram lentils by grinding or you can also grind gram lentils.
- You can also use red chili powder to make it spicier.
- If you do not want to add turmeric, you can remove it.
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