Palak Paneer Stuffed Paratha
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Palak Paneer Stuffed Paratha:
Stuffed parathas are all time delights. Stuffing varies from simple potato to spicy masala depending on the interests and creativity of the person making the parathas. Though the stuffed parathas take a little longer to prepare, it will not require any additional sabzi or side dish and so the time can be compensated with it!
This Palak Paneer Stuffed Paratha recipe is a very healthy one, with the goodness of spinach and tasty paneer in it. Usually kids might not like to eat spinach directly, this paratha will get the job done easily as they would love to eat anything with paneer.
You can also make this further interesting by adding cheese as said in our Stuffed Paratha Cheese Roll recipe.
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- Wheat flour - 2 cups
- Ghee or oil
- Salt - 1 tsp
- Spinach (Palak) – a few tender leaves
- Paneer – 1 Cube
- 1. Chop Spinach leaves finely, grate panner cube and keep it aside.
- 2. Knead the wheat flour with a pinch of salt and water for soft, non-sticky dough.
- 3. Make a small lemon sized ball and roll it out into a small circle.
- 4. Mix finely chopped spinach leaves and grated paneer with a pinch of salt.
- 5. Stuff in the small rolled paratha and cover the stuffing gently.
- 6. Roll out the stuffed paratha gently and keep it ready.
- 7. Heat a pan on medium flame and place the rolled parathas on it and let it get cooked for a minute or two. When it darkens apply little ghee or oil and flip the paratha to cook the other side.
- 8. Press the cooking paratha gently with the spatula for even cooking. Hot delicious parathas are ready to be served with chutney of your choice or simply yoghurt.
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