Kickstart Your Day With Punjabi Style Stuffed Gobhi Paratha
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An easy-to-make and filling breakfast food is gobhi paratha. A tasty breakfast recipe that uses parathas filled with mashed cauliflower florets can be made with a few basic ingredients you probably already have in your home. You can include some finely chopped green or red chillies or red chilli powder in the paratha stuffing if you want spicy food. This makes for a clean snack choice, especially if you don't feel like cooking anything fancy. This easy-to-make Gobhi Paratha dish is messy-free but satisfying. These parathas are ideal for brunch on a Sunday; all you need to do is serve them with some delicious raita or curd and you're done for the day. These parathas can also be eaten with whatever pickles you like. The nicest part about these parathas with Gobi filling is that you can eat them at any time of day. Unquestionably the simplest and most adaptable food, parathas can be enjoyed as a filling breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The best part is that you can take these parathas on picnics, road vacations, and in your child's lunchbox. If you have unexpected guests over and want to wow them with your culinary prowess without putting in a lot of work, try this simple Gobhi Paratha recipe.

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1. 125 grams wheat flour

2. 1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds

3. 1/2 teaspoon powdered cumin

4. 1/2 teaspoon garam masala powder

5. 1/8 teaspoon ginger paste

6. 1 handful chopped coriander leaves

7. 1 finely chopped onion

8. 1 cup parboiled,mashed cauliflower

9. 1 teaspoon spice black pepper

10. 1/2 pinch powdered turmeric

11. 1 tablespoon ghee

12. 1 teaspoon refined oil

13. 1/2 teaspoon salt

14. water as required

15. 125 grams all-purpose flour


1. One of the most delectable and simple paratha recipes, gobhi paratha can be made in a matter of minutes. Here is how to make this mouthwatering paratha dish. Take a glass bowl, add the salt, maida, wheat flour, and just enough water to fill it. Before kneading the dough, add a teaspoon of ghee to give it additional flavour. The ingredients should be thoroughly mixed to form a thick, pliable dough.

2. Ghee and oil should be heated in the meantime over a medium flame. Add the cumin seeds to the boiling oil and stir-fry them for a short while. Add onions and ginger paste afterwards, and sauté for 2 minutes. Cauliflowers, salt, pepper, cumin, turmeric, and garam masala powder should all be added.

3. For one or two minutes, boil the ingredients while stirring well. Well, combine, then take out. The dough and cauliflower mixture should then be combined. until everything is well-combined. Make little balls out of the dough by dividing it into parts. Make small or medium parathas out of them.

4. Over a medium flame, warm a tawa. Place the parathas on top of the tawa after it is hot enough to fry them on both sides. Once finished, take it out and place it on a serving plate. Serve it hot with your preferred pickle or raita.