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Egg Paratha Recipe

Egg Paratha Recipe

The Indian food more popular in the West is typical of the North of the Indian subcontinent, a summary of the Punjabi and kashmiri traditions, very influenced by Persian and the Islamic invasions suffered under the Mughal dynasty with the Mughlai cuisine.


The laccha paratha is a typical Indian bread that looks like a flatbread and may be accompanied by any kind of dish consumed usually during breakfast and dinner. Paratha is the union of two words that mean layers of flour and they are crispy from outside and soft inside while there are endless variations of paratha, that is stuffed in every way possible, even if not stuffed and wrinkled, especially salty but also sweet.

Despite having in common the basic ingredients, the bread is produced in a wide range of types that differ in seasoning and workmanship, assuming various names among the most common, like aloo paratha, gobi paratha, mooli paratha, onion paratha, paneer paratha, methi paratha and others. The mughlai paratha is a type of bread very simple to prepare, filling of beans, meat or paneer. It is a hearty and delicious.

Prep Time: 50 mins ♥ Cook Time: 50 mins ♥ Total Time: 1 hrs 40 mins ♥ Yield: 4 servings

Nutrition facts per 100 gms: 180 calories, 4.6 grams fat

Ingredients:

4 cups flour
1 cup water
4 eggs
1 capsicum
1 tomato
2 onions
1 tsp ginger paste
1 tsp red chili powder
1 green chili
5 cauliflower florets
2 tbsp clarified butter
2 tbsp coriander leaves
Salt to taste

Recipe Method

Make the dough by adding water to the flour. Knead it to convert into smooth pliable dough. Add little clarified butter to it and knead it again. Make small balls out of the dough.

Break the eggs in a bowl. Add a little red chilli powder and salt. Whisk this mixture well. Keep it aside.

Put a fry pan on a medium heat. Pour cooking oil on it and heat it. Add chopped onions, ginger and fry on medium heat till they become golden brown. Add the tomato, cauliflower florets and capsicum and fry it for few minutes. Now add eggs, salt, green chilli and mix it properly. Cook the mixture until eggs are well done. Put coriander leaves into the mixture. Take off from the flame and leave the mixture aside.

On a rolling board, take a medium size ball of the dough and make like a chapati with the help of wooden roller. Apply few drops of cooking oil on half portion of chapati and put the egg mixture and fold half chapati on it. Again apply few drops of cooking oil on portion of half chapati and fold a chapati on it. Now roll this triangular chapati and roll it again to full size.

Heat the griddle. Take the rolled paratha and keep it on it. Cook the parathas on a medium flame. Apply some butter on the top and let the paratha cook for a few seconds. Be liberal with ghee or oil. Flip the paratha and fry both sides properly in butter and become golden brown.

Serve hot with chilli tomato sauce.


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Comments

Krishna said…
Nice recipe


thanks for sharing and visiting my blog
The chicken I can do without but the rest sounds yummy.

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