Stuffed Matar & Gobi Paratha Recipe (Green Pea & Cauliflower Flat Bread)
A tummy filling, gobi and matar parathas - a perfect winter morning breakfast along with a cup of hot tea!
Stuffed Parathas during the winters is a must have and the best part you can get so many fresh vegetables which make the parathas even more tastier. These matar and gobi parathas are perfect winter morning breakfast and they are so filling. Fresh seasonal matar enhances the taste of this recipe so please do not use frozen peas here.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Paratha Recipes such as
- 2 cups Green peas (Matar) , peeled
- 1 cup Cauliflower (gobi) , shredded
- 1 teaspoon Cumin seeds (Jeera)
- 3 cloves Garlic
- 2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
- Salt , to taste
- 1 teaspoon Red chilli powder
- Cooking oil , as required
- Water , as required
How to make Stuffed Matar & Gobi Paratha Recipe (Green Pea & Cauliflower Flat Bread)
To begin making the Matar Gobi Paratha recipe, we need to prepare the dough for parathas so combine whole wheat flour, water and 2 teaspoons of oil and knead it properly. Once the dough is ready, keep it covered with a wet kitchen towel.
Next, take the peas and use a mixer to turn them into a thick paste. If it becomes too thick then you can add a little bit of water. Wash the cauliflower thoroughly and grate it using a grater.
Now heat up some oil in a heavy bottomed pan and add the cumin seeds. Once the seeds start spluttering then add chopped garlic cloves.
Let it cook for a couple of seconds and then add mashed peas, grated cauliflower, red chilli powder and salt. Mix everything well and cook on low heat for 10 to 15 minutes but make sure it is not getting burned. Both gobi and matar should become dry and not mushy. If the stuffing is mushy, you will not be able to roll the parathas easily.
Once the matar and gobi stuffing is ready then let it cool down a bit. Once the stuffing has cooled down, we will make the parathas.
Take a lemon size ball from the dough and roll it in a small puri. Put 1 tablespoon matar and gobi stuffing in between and cover it from all the sides. Pat it and again roll it to make a paratha.
Heat a skillet and put the paratha on it. Drizzle some oil on all the sides and cook the paratha till it is cooked properly from both the sides.
I am from northern India and currently living in New Delhi India.I came to Delhi in 2007 and started living alone since 2009.That was year which embarked my cooking journey.Tired of eating out, I started my food experiments.. some of which were a hit and some were an utter disaster. I feel food brings friends and family together..brings back memories .. it is love made visible..