Pyaaz Paratha Recipe, Punjabi Onion Paratha

Pyaaz Paratha Recipe, Punjabi Onion Paratha




5 min


10 min

step by step Pyaaz Paratha recipe

Parathas are an everyday occurrence in a punjabi household especially when it comes to breakfast, it could be a aloo paratha or gobi ka paratha or leftover dal ka partha or lachha Paratha or Egg Paratha or even Pyaaz Paratha. I Have already shown you how to make the above all , so today i will show you how to make the pyaz ka paratha.

Pyaaz Paratha is very easy to make and very delicious, only thing you have to be care full while making this paratha is that as soon as you make the filling you should start rolling out the paratha or else the onions will start oozing out water and that will make your paratha lumpy.

Pyaaz Paratha is especially good for people who have diabetes and cannot eat aloo ka partha but want to enjoy a paratha for breakfast.

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ingredients for the Pyaaz Paratha

Onions 2-3 medium size
Dhania / cilantro ¼ cup
Spicy Green chilli 1-2
Ginger ½ “
Ajwain / carom seeds ½ tsp
Garam masala ¼ tsp
Amchur powder / Dry mango powder ¼ tsp
Coriander powder - dhania powder 1 tsp
Kashmiri red chilli powder ½ tsp
Whole wheat flour 1 cup
Oil 1 tbsp
Salt as per your taste
ghee or roasting the paratha.

Prepping for the Pyaaz Paratha Recipe

1)Dice up the vegetables keep aside in a bowl.

Method for making the Pyaaz Paratha Recipe

So guys first things first let’s prepare the dough

1)So in the whole wheat flour add a little of salt and add some oil and mix it well.

2)Once it’s mixed in start adding water and knead a soft dough the same way that you knead the dough when you making roti.

3)Once the dough is ready and soft just cover it up and keep it aside

Time to make our stuffing

1)So in a bowl add the diced onions, garam masala, amchur powder that is dried mango powder, carom seeds that’s ajwain, diced up ginger that’s adrak, coriander powder thats dhania powder, Kashmiri red chilli powder,  sliced green chillies followed by dhania that’s cilantro and now mix it all in,

2)In the end let’s add the salt and mix well again.

Now guys whenever you make this paratha make sure after you make the stuffing you immediately start rolling the parathas or else the onions will start oozing water and then your paratha can become lumpy.

Time to put it together

3)So sprinkle some dry flour on a clean surface and taking a small amount from the dough and let’s start rolling it into a disc by using a belan or a rolling pin till it reaches 3-4 inches in diameter.

4)Now taking a generous amount of this stuffing say about 2 tbsp and land it in the center of the round disc.

5)Now start collecting the sides of this disc and bring it towards the center and then twist and take the excess amount of dough out

6)and now very gently press it on the surface and start rolling it, till you are at 5-6 inches in diameter.

7)Now it’s time to make it look a little pretty so sprinkle some kalonji which is onion seeds

(totally optional)and some dhania which is cilantro

8) and using a rolling pin on it we roll it 2-3 times so the spinkled stuff sticks to the paratha.

Time to start roasting the paratha

9) heat the griddle and to it spread some ghee which is clarified butter.

10) and then very gently land the paratha on it and now cook it for about a minute on medium flame.

11)After a minute flip the paratha and apply some ghee on top and lets cook it for another 30- 45 seconds

12)then flip and apply ghee and roast till both sides are golden brown in color.

13)Once the paratha looks done remove in a plate and serve while hot with Punjabi Chatpati Green Chutney or Curd.

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