Saturday, December 29, 2012

Stuffed Potato Chapati

Hey everyone,

No wonder stuffed potato chapati or in India you may call it as "Aloo Ka Paratha" is always a tasty and wonderful breakfast. Served hot along with sauce (chutney) tastes its best. Today lets see how we can make our stuffed potato chapati.

3 pc        Medium size potatoes
1 pc        Medium size onion
2 pc       Garlic
1/2 pc    Green Bell Pepper (Optional)
2 cup      All purpose wheat flour (Atta)
2 tsp       Oil
1 tsp       fenel (Saunf)
2 pc        Bay leaf
1/2 tsp    Turmeric Powder
1/2 tsp    Chilli Powder
1 tsp       Cilantro leaves powder (Bareek Dhaniya Patti)
Oil for baking chapaties

Salt to taste

  1. Wash and boil potatoes. Peel the potato skins and keep it in a separate bowl.
  2. Finely chop the onion, garlic and bell pepper and keep aside.
  3. Put the pan on flame and add oil. On hot oil add bay leaf, fenel and finely chopped garlic.
  4. Quickly add onion to it so that the rest do not burn.
  5. When onions turns little pink add chopped bell pepper and crushed potatoes.
  6. Mix all and bake it for 2 more minutes on flame. Now the mixture is ready.
  7. In a separate bowl add flour (atta) and knead it with water to make a dough. 
  8. Make 8 equal balls of this dough. Put one flat pan on flame.
  9. Take one dough ball and dip it into dry flour and gradually by hand start making a shape of a cup.
  10. At the center of this cup add the potato mixture and gently close the cup by squeesing it with hands. 
  11. Dip again this big mixture ball in flour and slowly enlarge it to a circle of 4" diameter by using a roller (belan). Keep using the dry flour to smoothly rolling the balls.
  12. Now add this to pan kept at low flame for 1 minute.
  13. Tumble the chapati upside down and again bake for 1 minute.
  14. To over the upper layer of the chapati add 1/2 tsp oil and evenly spread it.
  15. Tumble again the chapati and oil again the other layer.
  16. Bake it till it turns little brown on both the sides. 
  17. Serve hot with sauce or chutney.
Stuffed Chapati is ready to eat with sauce.
Please do not forget to give me your feedback and feel free to ask me any question about the cuisine if you have any :)


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