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Capsicum Cheese Paratha - Simple kids meal - Simple Dinner recipe

Capsicum and cheese match made in heaven. Sometime ago I saw a post from  Raks kitchen. I added into my to do list. I was not good in making stuffed chapathi so kept postponing it. Last week I ran out of all the options and vegetables in the fridge except capsicum. I remembered the recipe so I went ahead to do it. But I made 2 thin chapathi and kept the stuffing in between. After doing the click I tried using stuffing method it turned out to be out very tasty  (pat on my back...)
Ingredients

Wheat flour - 1 cup
Salt to taste
Silken Tofu - 1/2 cup (If you don't have it skip this)
Capsicum - 2 ( I have used 1 red and 1 orange. Chopped finely)
Grated cheese - 3/4 cup ( I have used parmesan cheese)
Oil for cooking paratha
Coriander leaves / cilantro - 1-2 tablespoon (finely chopped)
Pepper powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Red chilli powder - 1/4 teaspoon

Method:

Mix wheat flour, salt, Tofu and make soft dough (add water as required. If you don't have tofu just add water and make dough like you will be doing it for chapathi). Keep it aside. Just before you are ready to make the paratha take a wider bowl mix together capsicum, grated cheese, coriander leaves, pepper powder and red chilli powder. Mix well.

Now take a slightly smaller than lemon size dough and roll out to thin chapathi.  Keep the capsicum stuffing and spread it around. Make another chapathi and keep it on the top of capsicum mixture. And press the ends to close it. 

Heat the flat pan and when it is hot place the paratha and drizzle oil around it. When it is cooked slowly turn to other side and cook it. 
Once cooked serve hot with raita

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15 comments:

  1. lovely!! i love capsicum, never thought we can make such awesome parathas, lovely clicks and thanks a lot for being so regular in my blog, much appreciated.

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  2. Looks so yum... Love the flavour of peppers....

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  3. These stuffed flatbread look divine!

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  4. Capsicum cheese partha looks yumm. love this idea veena.

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  5. Wow! That looks really yummy... :)

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  6. Looks so yum yummy dear ...Lovely parathas :)

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  7. Love the way u have opened the stuffed paratha u are really good at this Veena u should see how I make then :))

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  8. Lovely paratha, good for lunch box.

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  9. nice idea. lovely paratha and nice capsicum and cheese combo..

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  10. Am just drooling over that melted cheese, who can resist to this parathas..

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  11. Super soft ,yummy parathas ..Cheese ...hmm very tempting.

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  12. love these!!! looks perfect for the kids...

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  13. Cool idea to incorporate veggies.

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