Stuffed Makhani Anda Paratha With Homemade Frankie Masala

Paratha is an easy breakfast, lunch or dinner recipe. Have a Stuffed Makhani Anda Paratha which is protein packed and super healthy, it as has eggs, made with whole-wheat flour and a Homemade Frankie Masala which adds an extra oomph, what would one want more for a nice breakfast or a meal in itself. Stuffed Makhani Anda paratha, is stuffed buttery egg paratha, an easy Indian brunch or meal in itself made with egg-stuffed in chapati dough rolled and cooked on a griddle.

For the Dough
2 Cups Wheat flour dough
Salt to taste
Water as needed
For the Stuffing
3 Egg(boiled) - grated
2 Medium Boiled Potato - Grated - for binding 
1 Teaspoon Heaped Homemade Frankie Masala
1 Green chillies - finely chopped 
2 Tablespoon Chopped Coriander leaves 
Salt To Taste 
½ Teaspoons Roasted Cumin powder 
¼ Teaspoons Garam masala powder
1 Tablespoon Heaped Mayonnaise 
1 Teaspoon Chilled Butter - grated 

For The Stuffing
Boil the eggs and refrigerate them for 2 hours at least ( this makes a it easy to grate it).
Grate boiled eggs and potatoes. Mix all the given ingredients for the stuffing well. Taste for seasonings or add as required according to your taste. 
Make equal size balls.
For The Dough
Take the flour, salt into a large bowl, mix well, add water little at a time and knead it into soft smooth e dough. Keep it covered for at least 20 minutes. Then divide the dough into ball smaller than the size of the filling.
Take a ball of dough roll it into a small circle add the stuffing in between
then close it remove any excess dough.
Press the edges using hands and just roll edges of the paratha.
Roll it into a medium thick paratha, dusting the work surface with flour generously. Place each paratha on a parchment paper or a brown paper ( this become easy to lift and place it on the griddle, chances of the paratha breaking is nil).
Heat a griddle / tawa, when the griddle is hot then just the paper along with paratha and place it on the griddle and take off the paper. Let this cook on medium low flame till one side is done then flip it and and cook the other side, brush a little butter on both sides, till golden brown spots appear. 
Take this on to a serving plate. 
Enjoy with yogurt, pickle or ketchup. A delicious and filling meal.
Homemade Frankie Masala
2 Tablespoon Red Chilly powder
2 Tablespoon Amchur powder
1 Tablespoon Chaat Masala
2 Tablespoon Coriander Powder
1 Tablespoon Cumin Powder
1 Teaspoon Garam Masala Powder
½ Tablespoon Salt
Mix well and ready. I use this in many of my recipes, this is as good as an all purpose chapati masala which adds an extra oomph to any dish you prepare.
Refrigerate this masala for better shelf life, to retain it flavor and color.

Lables: Breakfast, Egg, Mashed Potatoes, Whole Wheat Flour, Parathas, Indian Breads, Main course, Stuffed Flatbreads, Healthy, Breads, Homemade, Frankie Masala, Masalas,
Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

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