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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Moongdal Aloo Paratha / Dal Potato Paratha / Mashed Potato Lentil Paratha

I love Dal Parathas more than the Masala Paratha / Stuffed Parathas. This Moondgal Aloo Paratha recipe is one of my experiment n i chosen this for October month's BM under the theme "Cooking using Moongdal". But becoz of our car accident n other related issues i couldn't able to post it that time. But i would like to share those recipes here, this is one of the easiest, soft, aromatic n delicious Paratha loved by both adults n kids. Very simple recipe u have to add cooked n mashed dal n potato to the regular chapathi dough, for extra flavor n taste i added little spices n finely chopped cilantro to it. It turned out so good and we had this Stuffed Brinjal Curry. 

Have already tried a similar paratha with mashed dal with Palak combo, Moongdal Palak Paratha.
Ingredients
  1. Whole Wheat Flour / Atta     2 cups + extra flour for dusting n rolling.
  2. Moongdal Puree                   1/2 cup(cooked n mashed)
  3. Potato/Aloo                           3 medium no. (cooked n mashed)
  4. Cilantro/coriander leaves     2-3 tbsp (finely chopped)
  5. Salt                  to taste
  6. Turmeric powder                 1/4 tsp
  7. Chili Powder                        1/2 tsp
  8. Garam Masala Powder         1/2 tsp
  9. Cumin Powder                      1/4 tsp
  10. Milled Flax Seeds                2 tbsp (optional, i used)
  11. Oil           1 tsp + to toast paratha
Method
  • First pressure cook 1/4 cup or little less dal with enough water n pinch of turmeric powder to 2 whistles.
  • Then drain the excess water(if any) and mash it to a smooth puree n keep aside.
  • Boil potatoes, drain n peel outer skin and mash it completely and keep ready.
  • Take a wide bowl, add flour, flax seeds, n other dry/spice powders and mix well then add chopped cilantro, mashed dal n potato/aloo and combine everything and suing very little water knead it to a smooth dough.
  • Do not add water, dal n mashed potato have enough moisture to knead the dough. 
  • lastly add 2 tsp oil and knead well and cover the dough and keep aside for 20-30 minutes.
  • After that divide the dough in to 12 equal balls and using a well floured surface roll one ball at a time to 8" little thick paratha and repeat the same for all the remaining balls .
  • Heat a griddle, when it gets really hot, toast the paratha on both the sides with few drops of oil and remove from the tawa.
  • Super soft n delicious Moongdal Aloo Parathas ready.
  • Serve with any curries or simple pickled curd/yogurt. We had it with Stuffed Brinjal Curry n mango pickle.
Notes:
Use ghee/butter to toast parathas for more flavor n taste.
Adjust spices to your taste, instead of moongdal/yellow lentil u can use tuvar dal, masoor dal also.
Same way mashed potato can be replaced with pumpkin puree, spinach puree, carrot, beets puree etc.

31 comments:

  1. Wonderful combo, looks yum and nice pics

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  2. Healthy and delicious paratha..
    Love your presentation..

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  3. Yum... that i such an interesting combination paratha! Love experimenting with parathas and glad to find a new combo here :)

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  4. Loved the second click Sangee... Yummy and healthy parathas

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  5. Very nice pics Sangee...The chapathis look really soft

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  6. Real healthy and tasty paratas...
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  7. Haven't had these in a long time ,feeling like have one.Paratha looks soft and yum.

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  8. have heard of dal parathas but addition of aalo is new .. looks so thin & nice

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  9. healthy paratha.. Looks too soft and tempting
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  10. Healthy and yummy paratha...Nice presentation too.
    Have a lovely day :)

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  11. liked your second click very much dear :) a delicious combo..

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  12. Nice parathas and stunning photographs!

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  13. OMG, the last picture simply makes me drool here..

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  14. Delicious and healthy...very inviting parathas.

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  15. Can guess how soft these parathas will be, very healthy parathas.

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  16. Like the picture in black Sangee. Amma prepared once with only green moong dal and without aloo. It tasted awesome. With tangy brinjal curry, I finish it immediately.

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  17. super healthy parathas,love the pics...

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  18. parathas came out so perfectly thin and soft..that curry is so tempting too

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  19. lovely; super healthy and super filling it must have been

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  20. thank you for linking this in to Food on Friday. We are now getting quite a collection of potato dishes together. Do stop by some of the other links to check them out!

    I have just signed up to follow your blog. A follow back to Carole's Chatter would be wonderful – or have you already followed? Cheers

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  21. WOW great paraths..looks yummooo!!!

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  23. great recipe and appetizing pictures

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  24. Sangeetha, thank you for following Carole's Chatter. Have a good one

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  25. This is very healthy testy paratha I will try it soon.
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