Paratha / Roti (I)

First of my three part Paratha/ Roti Post …

This one is to impress your Jain friends … This scrumptious paratha has a stuffing so delicious that no matter which accompaniment you pair it up with, you’re guaranteed to be lavished with praise!

Mutter Paratha

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Prep time: 20 min           Cooking time: 20 min            Serve: 12 pieces


2 teacup mutter(roughly crushed)
1/2 teacup coriander
1/2 tea cup fresh coconut
4 tsp sugar
2 tsp chilli ginger paste
1/8 tsp limbu na phool( citric acid )
1 tbsp oil
Salt to taste

For Paratha Dough:
1 teacup wheat flour
1/2 tea cup maida
1 tbsp curd
1 tbsp milk
1 1/2 tbsp ghee
Salt to taste
Ghee or oil for making paratha


  1. Mix all the ingredient of paratha
  2. Add water and make soft dough
  3. Keep aside for 20 minute and divide it into 12 equal part
  4. Heat the oil add crushed mutter(peas), salt and sugar
  5. Saute it for 5 to 7 minute or until it looks dry
  6. Cool the mutter mixture and add the remaining ingredients of the filling
  7. Take one portion of dough, flatten a little and put a tablespoon of mutter mixture in the centre
  8. Cover the  mixture by drawing up edges towards the centre
  9. Roll the paratha with the help of little flour
  10. Heat the tava or skillet
  11. Put one paratha on it and cook it for a minute and flip it
  12. After a minute add little ghee around the edges
  13. Fry both the sides. The paratha is ready when light brown patches appear on both the sides
  14. Repeat it with other portion


  1. If you find the filling little moist add spoonful of thin poha to it
  2. If you don’t like sweet taste avoid sugar
  3. If you like you can add 1/2 tsp of Garam masala powder

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