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Pudina Aloo Paratha

pudina alu paratha
Wheat Flour - 6 cups
Boiled Potatoes (Russet) - 3 big
Mint/Pudina Leaves - about 1/2 cup
Cilantro/Coriander Leaves - few sprigs
Green Chillies - 6
Cumin/Jeera Seeds - 1 tsp
Butter or Oil

1. In a mixing bowl, add wheat flour, little salt and knead into a soft dough with water.  Keep the dough covered for about 2 hours, minimum 30 minutes.
2. Finely chop coriander leaves, mint leaves and green chillies.
3. Stuffing: Grate or mash the boiled and peeled potatoes.  Add salt, cumin, chopped cilantro, mint and green chillies to the mashed potatoes.  Mix well and make round balls (about 2 tbsp) of the stuffing.
stuffing mint aloo paratha
4. Make round balls of the wheat dough and roll each one big enough (4 - 5 inches diameter) to hold the stuffing.
5. Place the stuffing in the centre and gather the edges into a round ball.  Let the stuffed balls rest for a couple of minutes.  Roll the stuffed balls dusting little flour as thin as roti or slightly thicker.
6. Heat a tawa/griddle and roast rolled stuffed parathas both sides applying butter or oil.
7. Serve Mint Aloo Parathas with curd and/or pickles.


  1. WOW! potatoes with minty flavour is unique :)
    send me some :)

  2. Looks pretty soft and thin as well.:)

  3. looks yummy, adding mint gives special flavour and looks delicious too

  4. Interesting combination,would love to try.Parathas looks soft and perfect.

  5. Nice and flavourful combo with potatoes...

  6. Parathas a firm family favourite.Your parathas look wonderful, never tried pudina in them before will surely try this one next time.

  7. Beautiful paratha, love both mint and potato together in paratha..awesome!

  8. Minty flavored parathas..that will surely be a hit..thanks for sharing

  9. Wow Aloo parata looks mouthwatering....Will surely ur way....


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