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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Gobi Paratha Recipe - Cauliflower Paratha - How to make gobi paratha

Gobi Paratha
Gobi Paratha has been on my dolist since long and finally I tried and totally loved it. Be it gobi 65 or gobi manchurian or gobi masala dosa or this gobi paratha I would prefer to have it any time of the day.Also called as Cauliflower Paratha o Gobi Kheema Paratha.
Cauliflower Paratha

Gobi Paratha Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time30 minutes | Cooking Time : 30 mins | Makes:8 parathas
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

For the chapathi dough:

Wheat flour - 1.5 cups
Salt - as needed
Oil - 2 tsp
Water - as required

For the stuffing

Grated Cauliflower - 3/4 cup
Turmeric powder - a pinch(optional)
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tsp
Garam Masala Powder - 1/2 tsp
Red chilly powder - 3/4 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1 tsp
Oil - 2 tsp + for toasting
Salt - as required
Coriander leaves - 1 tbsp(finely chopped)

Method:

  1. Add bite sized cauliflower florets in hot water(to remove worms if any). Dry them completely and then grate them finely - I used my vegetable chopper to do this.Set aside. Heat oil in a pan, add jeera allow it to crackle then add ginger garlic paste and saute till golden brown.How to make Gobi 65 - Step1
  2. Then add grated cauliflower, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric and garam masala powder and mix well.
    Saute till raw smell of cauliflower leaves then cook it with lid closed for 5mins in sim stirring in between. Sprinkle little water if needed to cook faster. Saute in medium flame for another 5 mins.How to make Gobi 65 - Step2
  3. By now cauliflower would have turned soft and fried well, add coriander leaves give a quick stir and switch off.The filling is ready now.Now divide the chapathi dough into equal parts and roll into smooth balls.Flour the surface and roll the chappathi dough slightly thicker. Then add a generous spoon full of gobi filling and gather the dough from all sides sealing it finely.How to make Gobi 65 - Step3
  4. Now again flatten it slightly with your palms and then start rolling gently. Roll it without the filling oozing out. Dust flour so that it doesnt stick. Heat a dosa tawa , transfer the gobi parathas, drizzle little oil and cook on both sides. Serve hot with raita or your favourite sidedish.How to make Gobi 65 - Step3
Gobi parathas are best when served hot with pickle raita or onion raita. Only chopping the gobis are a little tedious task otherwise making the filling is just a breeze.
Gobi Paratha

My Notes:

  • Another way of making gobi parathas is rolling a chapathi, spread the filling and then placing another chapathi over it and then rolling it again. But I find this stuffing method easier and mess free.
  • I have skipped green chillies and have added chilli powder instead to avoid green chillies disturbing while eating.
  • If the shredding of cauliflower is fine, then rolling would be easier.
  • Do not add more than the mentioned quantity of garam masala as it would overpower and spoil the taste.
I am sure kids will love this as its crispy and yummy. Its a easy to cook starter especially for guests lunch or dinner. We make gobi manchurian more often than this.
Gobi Paratha Recipe
Written by: SHARMILEE J

52 comments:

  1. I love gobi ke parathe, this is such an awesome recipe Sharmi...Thanks..

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  2. That looks super delicious!!! Yes...gobi is everyone`s fav!! But only thing im not fond of is grating the gobi...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  3. Love gobi ka parantha more dan alu waala..looks yummy..I just need some achaar n dahi to finish off dem..:)

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  4. Gobi paratha looks delicious, my favorite. I love them.

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  5. neat presentation. today i made methi paratha. will post it soon.

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  6. Wowww.. looks very tempting and inviting.. perfect clicks dear.. thanks for sharing

    Indian Cuisine

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  7. Delicious click...Absolutely mouthwatering..

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  8. Perfectly made gobhi parathas..love it with boondi raita :)

    US Masala

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  9. Lovely clicks...delicious parathas...

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  10. These are my favourite parathas. Looks amazing :)

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  11. Will try it next time I prepare paratas

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  12. I love stuffed parathas of all kinds - Gobi is definitely a favorite.

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  13. Perfect gobi parathas,clicks are tooooo tempting.

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  14. Looks absolutely mouthwatering and lip smacking dish...mmmm...yum..
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  15. Gobi paratha looks truly tempting, am yet to post mine..

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  16. Mmmmmmm love it a lot..I dont mind if u give me some now.. absolutely lovely and tempting. Pictures are beautiful.

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  17. Hey I am getting hooked with ur clicks.lovely parathas.

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  18. Very very tempting..I am hungry now, Sharmi!!

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  19. Perfect Parathas,luks yum...nice clicks.

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  20. Such an inviting paratha...looks soft and delicious!!! ;)

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  21. Nice Gobi parathas.. one of my favourite...

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  22. I have never cooked/sauted the gobi stuffing. Should try that way once! Great pictures!

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  23. though i tried this so many times, i have never blogged this.Very nice and yummy version.Looks very soft.Great clicks

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  24. Parathas makes me drool..Perfectly done !!!

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  25. wonderful....so perfectly done..love your recipe. wonderful clicks too.

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  26. super cool stuffing.. i mite finish the stuffing before it gets into the parattas... :D
    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  27. perfect n healthy parathas!nice click dear!

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  28. Looks delicious and so perfect ...

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  29. Wounderful parathas.Lovely clicks tempting me.

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  30. As a Gujju I never quite developed the taste for it... but my Punjabi husnabd can eat them night and day :) These look great...

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  31. I like it very much,but dont make it often coz of the grating part.. U can do it in jiffy with your processor :)

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  32. i loved all types of stuffed parathas...just that i don know how to make them :(

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  33. parathas look superbly fresh and yummy - the warmth is tangible!

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  34. Perfect and yummy paratha..neat presentation.

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  35. Delicious parathas with my fav veggie.

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  36. I like them too. Its been a long time since I made them, have a caulilower in my fridge and should make it.

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  37. wow...perfectly made gobi parathas..Looks absolutely yummy!!

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  38. In the few people list my DH is included. But somehow I adore these veggie. Love the paratas!

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  39. This is my favorite too. Nice pictures... Looking good. YUM!

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  40. I could finish the whole dozen of this gorgeous looking flatbread!

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  41. My hubby'd fav .. Looks very nice. I make it different, wil try this version soon :)

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  42. Ohh my!!!! i m hungry again!!!!yummylicious!!!!

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  43. Looks interesting to prepare. Can't wait for my own version.

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  44. hmmmm......i am going to try this recipe for sure,,,,,

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  45. Loved this paratha. Thanks a lot Sharmi.

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  46. One suggestion, You can also add fennel seeds (sounf) in the step while frying (Gobhi and Masalas). It gives a wonderful unique taste

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