Potato Rice Paratha

This my another recipe of leftover rice and potato.  These parathas are so soft and tasty.  You can have this plain also, but we had it with sabzi.  These parathas remained the next day they were still soft and delicious.  This also can be given as tiffin to children.  Do try this recipe.

1 Cup All purpose flour
1/2 Cup Cooked Rice
1/2 Cup Mashed Potato
1 Teaspoon Mint Chutney
1 Green chilly - chopped finely
1 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Coriander Leaves - chopped finely
1 Tablespoon Malai/oil ( I used malai)
Kalonji seeds /Onion seeds - as required
Ghee  as required

Grind the rice in mixer without using any water, and grind it coarsely.
In a bowl mix the Mint Chutney and mashed potato and mix well. Add the chilly, coriander leaves, salt, malai, all purpose flour, ground rice, knead into a soft dough not add any water. Leave the dough to rest for 10 minutes.  
Divide the dough into equal size ball and roll it into a paratha, sprinkle kalonji seeds and with the rolling pin roll it again so that the seeds get well pressed.
Heat a tava and fry with little ghee till pinks dots appear on top.  Serve hot with mint chutney, sauce or any sabzi.  We had this with sabzi.  These parathas are soft it is even good to give to the kids for the school tiffin.

Sending this to Mireille's and Elizabeth who are hosting this event. 
Labels:  Healthy, Kids delight, Parathas, Breakfast, Breads, Vegan, Rotis, Leftover series
Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


  1. MMm lovely! Thank you for sharing with the No Waste Food Challenge (although we do prefer current posts - I see all your entries are from several months ago!)

  2. Well, it’s a nice one, I have been looking for. Thanks for sharing such informative stuff.
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