Home-Made Choliya Paratha By Seema

Parathas form an integral part of any north indian dinner. Over time, there have emerged different varieties of the paratha, each with a distinctive quality of its own. The choliya paratha recipe

Home-Made Choliya Paratha By Seema

  • Grind the choliya and the green chillies in a mixer-grinder
  • No water would be needed
  • After grinding, the mix should have a thick consistency
  • Put the grinded choliya on a plate
  • Add the coriander leaves
  • Add the garlic-ginger paste
  • Add the garlic greens
  • Add the chopped garlic
  • Tip: Since green garlic is available only during winters, you can substitute it with diced garlic
  • Add salt
  • Add the dhania powder
  • Add the jeera powder
  • Add the red chilli powder
  • Mix all the ingredients together
  • Tip: The filling here is enough for 2-3 parathas
  • Pinch out a portion out of the kneaded dough
  • Dust it in the dry flour
  • Roll out the dough for the paratha
  • Take a handful of the stuffing and place it on the paratha
  • Shut the paratha on all sides
  • Pat it with your palms and dust it in the flour again
  • Roll out the dough again
  • Tip: If there are cracks on the surface, dust them with flour so that the paratha remains in proper shape
  • Fry the paratha on high flame
  • Flip the paratha over and start applying ghee (clarified butter)
  • Tip: Prick the paratha a little so that the ghee seeps inside well
  • Tip: Cook the paratha on low flame for a while if you want it to become crispier
  • Paratha is ready to be served

Seema Gadh

Seema Gadh

Seema's YouTube channel, IFN Ka Dhaba is a place where you can rediscover some of the most delicious and popular dishes from the Punjabi kitchen. If you are looking for north Indian recipes, you know where to stop by.

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