Nov 13, 2011

Cabbage Stuffed Paratha / Cabbage Kulcha

I love having Roti and Parathas for Breakfast and Dinner..We make parathas often in home apart from idlis and dosas..But having the same kind of parathas makes us a little bored..We make stuffed parathas often but with different stuffing...This is one of that..It is a heavy and full meal.Having just one or two of this makes us full..

I am planning to post all kind of roti and stuffed parathas which we normally make in home..So wait for it..

Without any more delay off you go to the step by step recipe with pictures..


For Dough:

Wheat Flour – 300 gm
Salt – 1 tsp
Oil-1 tblspn
Warm water as needed

For Stuffing:Cabbage-2 cups grated finely
Onion-1 finely chopped
Coriander Powder / Malli Podi -1 tsp
Chilli Powder-1 tsp
Cumin seeds / Jeerakam-1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil-1 tsp + for pan frying


Mix flour, salt and oil together..Pour some warm water and make into a soft dough..Cover this with  a bowl and let it rest for 30 mins.

Now make stuffing..Heat oil in a kadai..Add in cumin seeds and crackle it..

Add in onion and mix well..Add in cabbage and mix well.

Season with salt..Add in chilli and coriander powder and mix well.

Cook this until all water evaporates and the mixture gets dry..This will take around 10-15 mins.

Remove this to a bowl and let it cool down.

Now divide the dough into equal portions..Take one dough and roll a bit.

Spoon some stuffing in this and seal from all sides.

Roll this carefully without giving pressure...This paratha will be a little bit thick..

Heat a tawa and put this paratha in it..Cook on one side for 1 min..Now flip it over and apply some oil and cook on other side till everything is nice and golden..

Remove this and serve with pickle or raita..

Ingrediants for dough
mix well

pour in warm water

and make into a soft dough

knead it for 5 mins

apply oil and let it rest covered
Ingrediants for stuffing
Take a lovely cabbage..And this one is little special..It is a home grown one.Our neighbour gave this for us..

Since it is a huge one..You need only quarter of it..

Take that part and grate it

Grate it finely

Chop up your onions too

heat some oil

add in cumin seeds

and some onions

fry till translucent

add in cabbage

season with salt

add ur spices

and mix well

Cook on high heat till it gets dry

remove and allow it to cool
Divide your dough

take one and roll it

spoon some filling in

start sealing

like this

seal all sides

press it..

roll slowly and little thick..

all done..

put it in hot tawa

cook under side too..

apply some oil

cook on either side till brown..

beautifully cooked

All done...
Curd with Chilli powder


  1. so inviting paratha....................u desribed it well

  2. Looks great Aarthi.. I keep making stuffed ones too, since my lil one doesn't like to dip her roti into anything. easy way to hide it in.

  3. love this fiber rich yummy parathas...well explained!!

  4. delicious flavourful roti looks wonderful

  5. We love paratha's ... this is just the right away of using them all up !!

  6. I love roti so I am sure I will love parata too.With this nice sauce alongside and stuffed with cabbage..fantastic;)

  7. Paratha looks so amazingly delicious and wholesome. Lovely preparation.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  8. Healthy paratha.. looks perfect.. nice step by step pictures :)
    Indian Cuisine

  9. That really looks delicious dear...very nicely made

  10. love this paratha...looks delicious

  11. looks yummy!!Want to try stuffed parata at home...

  12. The stuffed parata looks perfectly shaped and yummy:)

  13. Cabbage paratha looks fantastic, yummy and tempting.

  14. perfect paratha....lovely pics dear!

  15. Lovely stuffing, super delicious parathas..

  16. What a great mix of flavors...I have to give this a try.


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