Yam boiled and mashed 250 gm
Chilli Paste 1 ts
Red Chilli Powder or Black Pepper Powder 1 ts
Garam Masala 1 ts
Sugar 1 ts
Fresh Coriander Leaves 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Fast Diet Flour 1 cup
Oil 1 tbsp
Salt to Taste
For Roasting and Serving:
Ghee for Pan Frying
Green Chutney for serving
Take boiled and mashed Yam in a bowl. Add Chilli Paste, Red Chilli Powder or Black Pepper Powder as your choice, Garam Masala, Sugar, Lemon Juice, Fresh Coriander Leaves and Salt. Mix very well. No water please. Stuffing is ready. Keep it a side.
Take Amaranth Flour in a kneading bowl. Add Oil and Salt. Mix well. Knead semi soft dough adding water slowly as needed.
For Preparing Paratha:
Make number of medium size balls of prepared dough. Using a ball of dough, roll small thick chapatti. Put 1 or 2 tbsp of prepared Stuffing in the middle of chapatti. Fold the border of chapatti to wrap the Stuffing on it. Roll the stuffed ball again. Apply Flour when needed on both side of chapatti to roll easily and also to avoid chapatti sticking on rolling board. Take care of stuffing not coming out completely. If it comes out little bit, that’s fine. Repeat for all balls of dough.
Heat a roasting pan on low flame. Put one rolled Paratha on the pan. Roast it partially on the down side. Then, turn over it. Apply Ghee on the top side which is partially roasted. Turn it over again. Another side is also now partially roasted and apply Ghee on top of it. Again, turn it over. When underneath side is roasted, remove from the pan. Thus, both sides of Paratha should be roasted partially first without Ghee and then again after applying Ghee on both sides one by one. Panfry all rolled Paratha one by one.
Serve Hot with Home Made Green Chutney.
Defeat your appetite with these Yummy Paratha while fasting.