Mutter ke Parathe

Bengalis usually make this as a puri variety, but i usually make it as a paratha to avoid the frying… πŸ˜‰



Wheat: 1 portion
Maida: 1 portion
oil: 1 – 2 tsp
salt: according to taste


Mutter / Peas: 1 cup
jeera: 1 tsp
saunf: 3 tsp
green chillies: according to taste
oil: 2-3 tsp
salt: according to taste


1. Prepare a dough with the ingredients mentioned above and set aside covered in a vessel for 30-40 minutes.
2. Take a kadai and heat oil in it.
3. Grind in a mixie or food processor the peas and green chillies.
4.Take a kadai and heat oil in it.
5. Add the jeera and saunf and let them crackle.
6. Add the ground peas to it and add the required amount of salt and mix well.
7. Cook the whole mixture till the mixture becomes dry. Remove and set aside in a bowl.
8. Make small, round balls from the dough and make chappatis of about 7-8 cms.
9. Place 1 -2 tsp of the peas filling in the middle of the chappati and make a ball again.
10. Make a chapatti out of this and cook them on flame in a tava.
11. Flip on both sides and cook. Add little oil on both sides to get a nice brown colour…
12. Serve hot with pickle or sabzi…


~ by priyaskitchen on October 14, 2007.

10 Responses to “Mutter ke Parathe”

  1. Delicious, great as such but I am sure must be good fried too!

  2. hi bindiya: ya these were good, but the fried ones are also very delicious… πŸ™‚

  3. Clever idea

  4. Will definelt try this. Thanks fo rthe recipe

  5. Nice idea for Parathas Priya. Never tried Peas Parathas yet. Will give it a try sometime πŸ™‚

  6. Happy cook & Mona: glad that u njoyed the idea..let me know how it comes out…

  7. Rina: πŸ™‚

  8. sounds really delicious! will try this sometime…

  9. That looks fabulous, I would love to try!:))

  10. hi Lissie: thank you…

    Asha: hopeu njoy it…

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