Thursday, 26 June 2014

Aloo Paratha (my Mom’s style)

3 medium size potatoes
Salt to taste
White refined flour : One medium size bowl
White oil to fry the Parathas (Optional)

Boil the potatoes with salt to taste.
Mash the boiled potatoes well till no lump left.
First add half of the flour and knead together.
Add rest of the flour. Keep kneading to make a soft dough.
Knead till the dough become soft & pliable. You may add little more flour to remove any stickiness.    
Make medium size round balls. With the measurement given you will get approximately 10 to 12 balls.

Place one ball on a rolling board, dust little flour on it. Then start rolling the ball into a lean flat circle just like a regular Roti. Sprinkle little amount of flour time to time to avoid sticking to the rolling-board. 

Pour 1 tea spoon white oil on the tava and fry both side. When I am in a mood to avoid oil, I just fry them on dry, hot iron tava. In either way, these Parathas will be superb soft.

Due presence of potatoes it will be very delicate. So be careful while placing it on a hot tava else it will rip. 

It goes with any pickle, any sauce, curd, bhaji or simply with a hot cup of tea or coffee….
Sometimes I store the dry fried parathas in my refrigerator. Next day, all I need to do is to fry them with little oil. So within minutes my snack is ready to serve J

Aloo Paratha
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