Jan 29, 2012

Pyaz Ka Paratha / Onion Paratha /Onion Parantha / Onion Kulcha / Onion Stuffed Indian Flat Bread - Paratha Recipes / Lunch Box Ideas



Ok here I am with my last post for this season of BM…If you miss any of the post, I am giving you a consolidated list of the Rajasthan Recipes which I posted this week..Check it out..

·  Aloo Ki Sabzi / Aloo Sabji  
·  Rajasthan Kaddu Ki Subzi / Pumpkin Subzi


When I was browsing in google for a quick rajasthani recipe, I came across this paratha..And I know this is what I going to do to end up this season..And I made it just now and it was so yummy..I totally loved it..The Onion Flavour in this is so mild and not over powering at all..Since you cook it in a slow flame the onion gets cooked inside too..So try it soon..

This is my DAY 7 recipe for BM which falls in the theme Seven days of Rajasthani Recipes….Hope you like it and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

For Dough:
Wheat Flour / Atta – 2 cups
Salt to taste
Water – as needed
Oil – 1 tsp to smear on top
Oil / Ghee to cook the Paratha

For Filling:
Onion – 1 chopped Finely
Green Chilli – 1 chopped finely
Chilli Powder – 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder – 1 tsp
Cumin Powder / Jeera Podi – 1 tsp
Chat Masala Powder -1 tsp
Cumin Seeds / Jeera – ½ tsp
Ajwain / Omam – ¼ tsp (Optional)
Coriander Seeds / Malli – 1 tsp
Salt to taste

Method:

In a mixing bowl add flour, salt and mix well..Slowly add in water and make a soft dough. Now apply a tsp of oil and rub all over the top. Cover it and let it rest for 15 mins.

Mix everything given for the filling in a bowl and set aside.

Divide the dough into equal portions. Take one dough and flatten it out..Now spoon some filling in the center and seal from all sides. Finish the entire dough like this.

Now take the stuffed ball and slowly roll it so that filling doesn’t leak out. Form into a  slightly thick paratha.

Heat a tawa and drop the paratha on it and cook for 1 min on one side. Flip over and apply some ghee on top and flip over and cook on both sides till golden brown.Cook on a slow flame for about 3 mins on one side, so that the onions gets cooked too..

Serve with raita or pickle.

Pictorial:
Take wheat flour and salt in a bowl
add water
and make into a dough
apply some oil and let it rest for few minutes..
Take all your ingrediants for filling
add onions to a bowl
add green chillies
ajwain
cumin
coriander seeds
and all spice powders
add  in salt
mix well
Take your dough and filling
Take one portion of the dough
flatten it out
spoon the filling in
seal from all sides
i made two paratha like this
take one and start rolling
roll into a slightly thick paratha
both rolled
heat a tawa
put the paratha over this
flip over
apply some ghee
now this is ready to flip over
cook on both sides by applying some ghee
Serve
I had some left over curry from todays lunch..I served it with that
YUM YUM





65 comments:

  1. delicious paratha....bookmarked

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  2. Nion kuncham looks very yummy def will try ths recipe

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  3. Super flavourful and prefect parathas..

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  4. Dear Aarthi, This looks wonderful. The seasonings are my favorite and I know I would very much enjoy this bread with this delicious filling. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  5. This sounds fantastic, I will definitely give this a try. Diane

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  6. lovely parathas...dear..looks so tempting...

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  7. Those are really beautiful. I am excited to try them!

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  8. Too hot from me!!
    Have a nice week!!

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  9. wow, Aarthi...!!! cant help repeating, really appreciate your step by step detailing. The paratas luks soo yumm..

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  10. Perfectly made,love it,thanks for sharing..will try

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  11. Onion Parota Luks very yumm.Tempting.

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  12. yummy parathas...never tried @ home..thanks for the recipe!

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  13. you've put some amazing spices into this treat--it looks and sounds so tasty!

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  14. Dear Arathi
    Very nice recipe. The Photography is awesome ..( as usual for all your posts )
    Have a nice week

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  15. Delicious and wholesome looking pyaz ka paratha.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. Wow, yummy parathas..nice idea for lunch box :)

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  17. Kulachas and filling both looks super tempting and delicious.Aarthi,you made me hungry.

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  18. wow..such a lovely parathas..excellent..

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  19. Looks very easy. Bookmarked.
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  20. delicious.. so much varieties in parathas. thanks for sharing would surely try out this one

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  21. That looks wonderful! bookmarking this one.

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  22. your parathas look so perfect and lovely

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  23. Excellent idea...luv the onion parathas

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  24. Never had kulcha at restaurant, sounds so delicious!

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  25. I love onion and I love parathas... gotta try this one..

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  26. I love seeing all of the photos showing how to make those wonderful pancakes. That filling sounds amazing and it is so fun to get such a great taste in each bite!

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  27. My fav paratha..looks perfect n very tempting

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  28. This paratha looks quite delicious!

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  29. Wow.. you make it look so simple, I once made onion parathas and they came out while rolling the parathas and made a huge royal mess. Never have I added onions in parathas like this.
    Love Ash.

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  30. Awesome ! I love ajwain in my parathas

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  31. Oh yummy! This looks so good!

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  32. i had this in a dhaba once & love it... gonna try at home, looks yummy

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  33. Looks yummy and perfect , would love to try it soon ...

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  34. Beautifully shaped parathas. Love the filling as well.

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  35. This is a really nice recipie, but in my views the onion chunks are too big...so I think its better to grate them rather than dice

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  36. This recipie is really nice, but in my views the onion chunks are too big...so rather grate the onions than dice

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  37. Superb aarthi.. looks so delicious.. shall we deep fry this parrotta

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  38. Looking so tasty and crispy. I cannot stop myself eating that.

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  39. Looking so tasty and crispy. I cannot stop myself eating that.

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  40. Please. Give. the recipe. of the curry which you served with this kulcha!!!!

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  42. This is really interesting. will surely try this weekend.Thanks for sharing.

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  45. Oh yes I need to try this recipe! Looks delish!
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  46. I thought about trying this recipe but it looked complicated so I just ordered it form restaurant. Result was a solid and taste is like wow. chowringhee satya niketan menu

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  47. I'm an hard core fan of ur receipes,i always wanted to try parathas,seeing ur pictures I'm on d go....I would like to give a small suggestion,plz avoid using plastic cookware in any stage ,even though it may be written microwave safe in d long run it will bring health hazards..it's gud to use glass or stainless steel ones.Just a suggestion!

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