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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

 gobi-paratha-recipe     Gobi paratha recipe-There are so many ways to make this gobi paratha ....Different people do in different ways...Even you all people know how to make this, still as a beginner, I made it this way.
DSC_0710            Gobi Paratha is my brother’s favourite dish...he requested to post this last week itself..but since I haven't tried this before,so I first asked my north Indian friend, Sangeeta and did it today...So here you go my dear brother... : )

Gobi paratha recipe

Indian Dinner
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 10 mins    Serves: 4

For dough

  • Wheat flour   - 1 cup
  • Maida           - 1/2 cup (optional)
  • Salt             - as needed
  • Oil               - 3 tsp
For stuffing
  • Cauliflower   -  1 big
  • Coriander leaves(chopped)  - 1/2 cup (can add less also)
  • Ginger(finely chopped)  -  3/4 tsp
  • Green chilly (chopped)  - 1(optional)    
  • Turmeric powder          - 1/4 tsp
  • Garam masala powder   -  1/2 tsp
  • Red chilly powder         - 3/4 tsp
  • Asafoetida                    - a pinch
  • Cumin seeds                - 1 tsp
  • salt and oil as needed

METHOD

  • For dough : Mix wheat flour and maida with salt and oil,well.
  • Then prepare a soft dough by adding warm water to the flour(it should not be stiff but soft...) and keep aside.
  • Usually I prepare and keep the dough atleast for  half an hour.
For stuffing:
  • Grate the flower part of the cauliflower using a grater,as shown in the picture. 
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  • Keep ready the other ingredients required for the stuffing and heat a broad kadai.DSC_0684
  • Add  cumin seeds,asafoetida(not shown in pic),ginger,green chilli in order.Fry for a minute.
  • Then add the grated  cauliflower,fry for a minute and add turmeric(not shown in pic),red chilli and garam masala powders,coriander leaves and sprinkle salt (little only will be needed).
  • Fry in high flame for 5-6 minutes,with constant stirring. 
  • Fry till the cauliflower turns soft.By this time it should have reduced into half the amount.
  • Transfer to a bowl after done and cool down.
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  • Take the prepared dough and roll into balls of big gooseberry size.(as shown)
  • Roll the balls into chapattis and keep aside.
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  • Take one chapatti and spread at least 2 tablespoon of the stuffing till the ends.
  • Place another chapatti over this and first press gently over it, and then seal the ends and fold as shown in the picture.
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  • Sprinkle over some flour and spread into thin or thick parathas as per your desire..
  • Heat tawa and add little oil and toast this parathas till golden in colour.
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Or the authentic way of rolling (Updated)
  1. Roll a small mandarin( orange) sized ball of dough into thick circle. Fill the prepared stuff inside, say 2 tblsp. Close it towards the centre as shown, pinch and flatten.1-gobi-paratha
  2. Spread to a thick paratha with generous dusting (I use maida for dusting) and cook it both sides on a hot tawa over medium flame. Press gently while cooking to get it done evenly browned.2-gobi-paratha

                                   Serve hot with any kind of raitha (boondi raita) or simply with pickle!

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30 comments:

  1. Mouth watering, I had these at my fren's place, her mom is agreat cook....love the gobi paratha texture

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  2. After I succeeded in Alu Parathas, I am hoping to make Gobi ones too. Looks great, made by two layers too. I will try, thanks!:))

    I am leaving my comments, hope you do leave your's too! ;D

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  3. Raks.....Nice version of Gobi paratha...Right...as u said,every person has a variation...I make these in a different way :-)
    But ur version is really good :-)
    Nice YUM Paranthas :-)

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  4. raks, every recipe comes out differently in different hands...that's the beauty of cooking.

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  5. Looks delicious Raka. I have one big head of cauliflower and I'm going to try this soon. Will let u know. Already printed your recipe.
    Thanks
    Latha

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  6. lovely, looks so delish. I have to make them.

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  7. Two layered paratha is something I am yet to try. Looks very good.

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  8. really yumm...i had once made by my friend...delicious..urs a bit diff..will parathha smetime...

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  9. Very nice paratha's.I have bookmarked it and will give u the feed back after i prepare.

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  10. Looks so delicious raji. Thanks for the step by step pics. will try it for sure. Looks so good and yummy.

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  11. Looks so delicious raji. Thanks for the step by step pics. will try it for sure. Looks so good and yummy.

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  12. Love parathas!! ur version is mouthwatering!!!!!!!

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  13. mmm...love ghobi paranthas...fall weather makes u crave all yummy stuff...also liked what u sent for click..

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  14. Yum Yum parathas.. My daughter loves this one as much as we all do!!

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  15. padma,
    Thanx for your comments...:)
    asha,
    My first attempt in parathas is aloo paratha and just like u me too tried gobi...But now I like the gobi stuffed one than aloo...:))
    And I will leave comments on each and every post although I do it delayed;D
    sirisha,
    Thanx for the lovely comments ...!!
    sunita,
    I agree with you ...!!
    Latha,
    Oh! thats super fast...!!thank you and dont forget to giv me the feedback!!
    remya,saju,suganya,viji,kribha
    Thanx for the compliments and give it a try ...It turned out very very tasty yesterday...!!we enjoyed eating...and if you have any doubts also you can ask me...I am eager to answer...:))
    manasi,rajitha & seema,
    Thanx for the compliments over my parathas...

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  16. I too grate the gobi sometimes! your parathas are looking yummy!:)) When I was in delhi I learnt to roll the parathas with big cauliflower pieces too! THe knack is in rolling!:))

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  17. very nice dish..love to get some now..feeling hungry seeing it..:D
    It is evening here and time for tea..that spaghetti pictures are also good..

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  18. Gobi parathas look amazing Raks, would love some right away...I love Gobbiiiiiiii! :)

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  19. Nice presentation. Makes it easy to follow with pics.

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  20. Latha mam
    thanx for yur compliments..And please share that knack sometime...:)
    Seena
    I too will be happy to share my tasty parathas with you!!!
    Namratha and parvs thanx for your compliments:))

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  21. wow now i can easily follow the recipe. neatly presented

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  22. perfect .... we used to have a lot of paratha during winters. Parathas taste great with lassi too..

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  23. raks, tasty gobi parathas! i love them.. :))

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  24. SWAROOPA,EASYCRAFTS AND LISSIE Thanx a lot for your compliments

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  25. Recipe is so good... will give it a try and post the feedback.. Thanks!

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  26. Hi Raks,

    Healthy paratha. Looks yummy!!! I am on my way to your house!!!:-)Thanks for sharing.

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  27. Anu,
    Sure tell me the feedback....:))
    menu today,
    You are always invited....:))

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  28. Hi Raks,

    Ur cooking skill is awesome.. Now a days i just look into your site for cooking.

    I also wanna suggest another method for Gobi Paratha. Instead of grating them u can cut the gobi into small pieces and boil them for 5-10 mins.
    After that spread them into a dry cloth and squeeze out the water completely. Then grind coarsely in mixie.

    Then u can put this in kadai along with ingredents which u have mentioned.

    This gives u additional taste.

    You can do the same with Brocolli as well !!

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  29. maine try kiya wow so tasty wonderfull

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  30. Hi,
    I just tried your method of rolling out gobhi parathas, they came out so well, can't wait to eat them, but me and my parathas are waiting for my husband!:-)
    I followed your pizza recipe too, you somehow have a way with cooking methods, I follow them and never fail!
    Must thank you for all the wonderful effort, step by step pics et all..
    Keep it coming, for us all!
    Cheers!

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