Cheese Paratha.

Parathas form an important part of North Indian breakfast and there is no way you can ignore them. Stomach-filling and delicious, stuffed parathas can be enjoyed with curd, pickles and even your favourite sabzi. You must have heard of the usual parathas like aloo paratha, paneer paratha, gobhi paratha; however, here is a paratha recipe that will make you eat them in no time. Cheese Paratha is something that you can easily prepare in the comfort of your home.They are really easy-to-make and can be prepared in a jiffy. It is a perfect dish to pack for your kids’ lunch box and they will love you for it!


For Dough:
2 cups Whole Wheat flour.

A pinch of Carom seeds.

2 tsp + 1 tsp Ghee.

Water for kneading the dough.
Salt to taste.

For Stuffing:
2 Green chilli, finely chopped.

1 inch Ginger, finely chopped.

A pinch of Chilli flakes.

A pinch of Oregano.

⅓ cup Mozerella Cheese grated.

2 tbsp Coriander leaves chopped.

Salt to taste.

Other Ingredients:

Ghee for smearing.

Dry Flour.

For Dough:
In a bowl, add whole wheat flour, salt to taste, ghee and mix once.
Now, add water and knead it properly, apply ghee cover and keep aside for half an hour.

Make equal size balls in even numbers and keep aside.

For Filling:
In a bowl, add green chilli, ginger, salt,chilli flake, coriander leaves, oregano and grated cheese.

Mix it well.

Keep aside.Now take two equal portions of the dough and roll it using a rolling pin,on one paratha spread little ghee and sprinkle dry Flour.

Spread the prepared filling .

Now place the other rolled paratha on top of it properly.

Press the corners with fork to seal the edges.

Now, apply some ghee on a pan and place the paratha and cook slightly crisp from one side.

Flip it and cook from the other side till done.

Smear ghee and serve hot with pickle, green chutney, mayonnaise or ketchup.

Happy Cooking!!!


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