Aloo Paratha is a dish that is very popular in Northern states of India, particularly Punjab. Paratha is an Indian bread that is either stuffed or non-stuffed served with butter, pickle or salad and thick curds. The stuffing may be anything like Aloo, Mixed Vegetable, Mooli (Radish), Cauliflower to name a few.
Today’s recipe is Aloo Paratha, where spiced potato mixture is stuffed and made into parathas. This paratha is my family’s favorite and also the first dish, which I learnt from my husband. And, I feel this is one of the easiest and tastiest stuffed parathas to make. These parathas are soft and apt to be packed in lunch boxes or for a picnic.
I did this post as a guest post for a wonderful blogger, Sri Vidhya. We became friends through social media. With our underlying passion being the same – food and blogging, I had an instant connect to her.
Vidhya has got an awesome collection of recipes at http://www.vidhyashomecooking.com. I am totally inspired and awed at how she manages and updates her blog regularly amidst her job and a kid. I love her style of narrations and write-ups, quite interesting to read.
Thanks Vidhya once again for inviting me to your space and giving me this opportunity.
Hop over to Vidhya’s space (http://www.vidhyashomecooking.com/2016/06/15/aloo-paratha-guest-post-by-deepa-scoop-of-tidbits/) for the detailed recipe.