Paneer paratha


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paneer paratha.

Panner paratha ,a popular punjabi breakfast recipe are nothing but stuffed chappathi with grated paneer.There are so any variations that we could bring in this simple paratha to make them more nutritious and delicious as well. The grated paneer are mixed with few spices,onions,chillies and coriander leaves to enhance the taste of the stuffing which is then stuffed inside the chappathi to make Paneer parathas.
Panneer paratha recipe which I have posted here today is delicious and nutritious with the addition of Paneer (cottage cheese) which is a good source of protein.

PREPARATION TIME : 15 MINS

COOKING TIME : 30 -35 MINS

YIELDS : 8

panner paratha.,

DO CHECK MY OTHER PARATHA RECIPES:

Aloo paratha.

Broccoli paratha.

Palak paratha.

INGREDIENTS

FOR THE DOUGH

1 & 1/4 wheat flour

2 tsp oil Salt to taste

Water as required

Wheat flour for dusting

FOR THE STUFFING

200 g Paneer

1/2 onion (chopped)

1/2…

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