We all hate getting up early in the morning, right? Choosing what to make for breakfast is a completely different game on top of that. Let’s be honest: serving something new to your family each time is a real challenge. So, what should we do? Keep in mind that you have no choice but to eat breakfast. In such situations, we search for recipes that are quick, simple, and have various distinctive variations. Paratha is an excellent example of this. The recipe has several intriguing variations that are all delicious to the core and is thought to be healthy too.
There are countless varieties, including gobhi paratha, mooli paratha, chicken paratha, aloo paratha, and more. All of these paratha recipes, however, are classics that everyone enjoys. But a little experiment never hurt anyone. Having said that, we present to you a recipe for aloo poha paratha. This paratha recipe takes less than 15 minutes to get ready and can be enjoyed any time of the day. And the best part is you do not even need wheat flour (atta) to prepare this. Yes, you heard us! Wondering how to go about it? Read below.
Aloo Poha Paratha Recipe: How To Make Aloo Poha Paratha
To begin with, sieve 1 and a half cups of poha, pat dry it and grind until coarse powder. Once done, keep aside.
Now, peel 3 medium-sized raw potatoes and cut them into small pieces. Then put chopped potatoes, green chilli, and ginger in the mixer jar.
Grind them together. Once done, take it out in a bowl. In the same mixture, add red chilli powder, salt to taste, turmeric powder, carom seeds, cumin seeds, a pinch of hing, and finely chopped coriander leaves. Lastly, knead the dough, roll the paratha and cook on tawa from both the sides. For the complete recipe, click here.
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Try this paratha at home as your next special breakfast and let us know how it turned out in the comments below.
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