This is a north indian – punjabi breakfast !


Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 4 medium sized potatoes
  • 1 onion- chopped
  • 1 tsp salt (according to taste)
  • half tsp red chilli powder
  • pinch garam masala (Indian store)
  • half bunch chopped fresh corainder
  • 2 cups kneaded wheat flour (dough)
  • 1 tsp dry mango powder

Method

  1. Boil the potatoes till you can pass a knife through. Peel the potatoes.
  2. Add potatoes in a wide bowl. Add onions, coriander, salt, chilli, garam masala, dry mango powder. Mix all the ingredients together.
  3. Scoop a round ball of dough and flatten little bit with the roller. Put on this dough - 2 tbsp of mashed potato mix and seal all together to form a ball again. so you now have kneaded dough ball filled with potato mash.
  4. Switch on the gas with a fry pan on top. When the pan is mild hot, flatten with roller. Place the flat roti/paratha/crepe on the pan. Cook one side and then turn. Do both sides. Apply butter on one side when almost done... and turn with the butter side down. - this makes the paratha crisp. Voils - tasty sunday breakfast ready !

Notes... i made this one for my husband's birthday and scratched HBD with a knife while cooking... lol.. he loved it.

  • This sounds interesting. I’m always keen to try new recipes!

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  • I like the sound of this dish and would like to know where to get mango powder to try this, thanks for this!, looks great

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  • Nice one, I’m sure that at least 2 of my kids would love this !

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  • This is new to me it looks great

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  • This is something I would love to try but before today had never heard of so thanks!

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  • Never heard of this. Looks interesting

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  • Sounds great! Would be a nice treat!

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  • I’d really love to try this, as I love Indian food!

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  • I’ve never heard of this. Excited to try as I’ve been cooking different cuisines lately

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  • love the sound of this recipe

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  • would love to try this minus the coriander that is

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  • This looks delicious. its like a potato pancake!

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  • Thanks for a recipe that is so interesting – definitely trying it out.


    • A tasty Indian breakfast for a good weekend change.

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  • Sounds interesting, thinking of looking up some of the ingredients. Maybe served for lunch maybe.

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  • this sounds so yum, but I couldn’t imagine eating something starchy and carb based for breakfast – will be giving it a try though – one question – where would i purchase dry mango powder from?


    • lol…I agree on the carb thing..but it really I slike a brunch thing for sunday :)
      you can buy the dry mango powder also known as AMCHUR from Indian stores

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