Stuffed Cheese Paratha with Spicy Potato Wedges

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For the Second day of Say Cheese under BM#49, I have this stuffed cheese paratha. While I have previously made cheese paratha, mixing in the dough and making a masala version, this time I used cheese slice and added spiced potato wedges to make it more interesting. I was prepared to make some elaborate cheese based dishes. However as expected, time never gives us enough time, so ended up making simpler ones again.
Idea for today’s dish came when I was reading Priya‘s cheese paratha. I wanted to make it little more filling, so made spiced potato wedges and stuffed it along with cheese slices.
One big advantage with these simpler dishes are that you can always more varieties in a meal than you otherwise would. Anyway this was quickly prepared for Konda’s breakfast and she loved it.
Sending this to PJ, who is hosting my Kids Delight, themed on Say Cheese!

Stuffed Cheese Paratha with Spicy Potato Wedges

Ingredients Needed:

For the Paratha

Wheat flour – 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Ghee – 1 tsp
Water to knead

For the Potato Wedges

Potato, chopped as fingers – 1 cup
Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
Red chili powder to taste

Cheese Slice

How to make the Paratha

Knead the flour as you would for regular paratha. Keep it aside.

Peel the potato and cut into fingers. Heat a non stick pan and grease with oil. Then add the potato wedges and season with salt and pepper.

Cook till soft.

Then dust the balls, roll out as discs. Place the cheese slice in center, top it with potato wedges and enclose the cheese slice, making sure there are no holes.

Heat a tawa, and cook the paratha on both sides.

Serve with ketchup

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Stuffed Cheese Paratha with Spicy Potato Wedges

Author Srivalli
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  1. I'm planning to make Priya Sri's cheese parathas real soon and here you are with a twist to it. And I absolutely love your potato twist. Will have to try this very very soon 🙂

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