Gobhi Paratha Recipe
- TOTAL TIME-30m
- PREP TIME-15 m
Gobhi Paratha is an easy-to-make and stomach filling breakfast recipe. Parathas stuffed with mashed cauliflower florets is a delicious brunch recipe, which can be prepared using some simple ingredients available in your kitchen. If you are fond of spicy food, then, you can add some finely chopped green chilies or red chili powder in the paratha stuffing. This makes for a non-messy snack option, especially, when you aren’t in a mood to cook something elaborate. This quick Gobhi Paratha recipe is non-messy yet filling. These parathas are perfect for a Sunday breakfast, all you need to do is just pair them with a bowl of curd and or delicious raita and you’re done for the day. You can also eat these parathas with pickles of your choice.The best thing about these Gobi loaded parathas is that you can relish them any time of the day. Parathas are undoubtedly the most easy and versatile dish, which can be relished as a wholesome breakfast, lunch or dinner. The best part is that you can also pack these parathas for your kid’s lunch box, road trips and picnics. If you have sudden guests coming at your place and you wish to impress them with your culinary skills without putting in much of efforts, then go for this easy Gobhi Paratha recipe. Try this stuffed paratha recipe at home and let us know in the comments section below if you liked.
Ingredients of Gobhi Paratha
How to make Gobhi Paratha
Gobhi Paratha is one of the most delicious and easy paratha recipe, which can be prepared in just a few minutes. Here’s how you prepare this delicious paratha recipe. Take a glass bowl and combine the wheat flour, maida, salt and enough water in it. If you want to make it more flavoursome add a spoonful ghee before kneading the dough. Knead the ingredients well in to a thick, pliable dough and keep aside for a few minutes.
Meanwhile, heat ghee and oil in a pan over moderate flame. Once the oil is sufficiently hot, add the cumin seeds and fry them for few seconds. Once done, add onions, ginger paste and saute for 2 minutes. Add salt, turmeric powder, pepper powder, cumin powder, garam masala powder and cauliflowers.
Stir well and cook the ingredients for a minute or two. Mash well and then remove. Then combine the dough and cauliflower mixture together. Knead well until combined. Take portions of the dough and make small balls out of them. Roll them into small/medium parathas.
Heat a tawa over medium flame. Once the tawa is sufficiently hot, place the parathas on top of the tawa and cook on both the sides. Once done, remove and transfer to a serving plate. Serve it hot with raita or pickle of your choice.