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Spring onion paratha recipe (Green onion paratha recipe)
This spring onion paratha can be a healthy breakfast paratha or can be a meal with a bowl of yogurt or raita.
servings (12 parathas)
Whole wheat flour (chapati atta)
Ajwain (Carom seeds)
Red chili powder
Salt to taste
1 small or ½
boiled, peeled and mashed
6 stalks or ⅔
Spring onion (green onion or scallion)
+ more for frying paratha
(dahi or curd)
If you have leftover boiled potato handy then you use. Or take one small potato, wash well. Take into pressure cooker with enough water, so potato is submerged in the water.
Cover the pressure cooker, put the weight on. Cook for 2-3 whistles on medium heat.
Let the pressure go down by itself then open the lid.
Let the potato cool to touch, peel it and mash it well.
Also chop the green chili and spring onions.
Making spring onion paratha recipe:
Take whole wheat flour, salt, red chili powder, carom powder in a bowl. Mix well.
Add mashed potato, chopped green chili and spring onions.
Mix well by rubbing between your fingers and thumb.
Now knead into a dough by adding yogurt.
Knead into a smooth and tight dough.
No need to rest the dough.
Divide the dough into 12 equal portions. Make smooth ball and flatten it between your palm.
Now work with one disc at a time. Dip it into dry flour from both sides.
Start rolling using rolling pin and rolling board. Roll into 5-6 inch diameter circle.
Now Heat the tawa on medium heat.
Once hot, place rolled paratha on tawa.
Fry the paratha using little oil till both sides has golden brown spots and no more raw doughy part appear.
Once it is cooked from both sides. Remove it from the tawa and keep in insulated container or serve right away.
Repeat the same process for rest of the parathas
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate for 1 serving
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