Sattu paratha

We are now hooked to this ever since I made it for the first time. It is very simple to make and also extremely flavorful



Ingredients (for 10 -12)
2 cups of wheat flour
1 cup curd
1 cup of roasted Gram flour (sattu – i crushed the phutana dal in the mixie)
1 medium onion finely chopped
1 tspn red chilli powder
2 tbsp pickle masala / mango pickle
1 tspn ginger garlic paste
2 tbsp Oil (mustard oil if you like and have)
salt to taste
water as needed
Method
1) Knead the flour with curd and a pinch of salt to form a soft dough. Use more water if required. Add 1 tbsp of oil and cover it with a damp cloth.
2) In another bowl mix all the stuffing ingredients.Add little water if it becomes very dry.Add some oil if the pickle masala does not have any.
3) Make small dough balls. Roll them out to the size of puri, fill the stuffing and seal from all sides.
4) Roll out 1/2 inch thick roti
5) Roast on a griddle. Use oil only if required. 

Serve hot with gravy of your choice.
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14 responses to “Sattu paratha

  1. reminds me of gujrati thepla. yummy recipe.

    Kavi
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  2. This is time am seeing this paratha,cant wait to try soon..

  3. I had planned to make sattu parathas..after lot of reading and enlightenment I understood that the channa dal used is the dried channa dal which will have to be roasted right and not the fried gram (used in coconut chutney)..but putana dal is referred as fried gram in many places..totally confusing!..:)

  4. Flavorful paratha. Thx for linking to the event Pradnya.

  5. Sounds new to me,looks yummy and delicious.

  6. i love to eat delicious pratha

  7. i love to eat delicious pratha

  8. this paratha seems like it would be very flavorful..cant wait to try

  9. What a tempting looking paratha! Never heard of such a name or such a stuffing! Looks so good!

  10. Sattu paratha's look perfect.. They sound delicious.

  11. New to me. Looks great. will definitely try it out

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