Dry Fruits Stuffed Beetroot Paratha

Dry Fruits stuffed Beetroot Paratha is a health-packed paratha with the delicious dry fruits stuffed inside and pink texture outside. Tempt you to crave it? As dates, fig and raisins are added, no extra sweetener is needed in this recipe. With mild sweetness and taste richness, this would be a great breakfast or dinner recipe for the kids to serve.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Waiting Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 3 parathas

What you need?

Wheat Flour -1 cup
Water - as required
Beetroot juice -1/4 cup
Oil/ ghee - as required
Salt - as required
Dates -6
Fig -2
Walnut -2
Almond - 5
Cashew -5
Raisins -10
Coconut - 2tbsp

Making Procedure:

1. To Make Paratha:

Take wheat flour in a bowl.
Add salt, beetroot juice, and little water if needed to make a smooth dough.
Cover the dough and make it sit for 20 minutes.
Make 3 big balls out of it.

2. To Make Stuffing:

Take all the dry fruits along with coconut in a mixer and grind.
Make 3 balls out of it.

3. To Make Stuffed Paratha:

Roll the pink dough ball to some extent and place the dry fruits ball in the center.

Fold the dough from all sides and seal it in such a way the dry fruits ball stay safe inside.
Keep the sealed side on top and start rolling the paratha.

Meanwhile, take a skillet, keep it on the stovetop and grease it with a little ghee.
Place the paratha on the skillet, flip it occasionally adding little ghee on both sides.

When the brown spots start to appear, it's time to transfer it to a plate for serving.

  • For any stuffed paratha, always keep the sealed side on top before rolling.
  • Gently roll the parathas, stuffing may freak out and cause messy parathas.


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