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Potato Hash Brown Stuffed Paratha : A Fusion Breakfast Paratha

Written By Srimathi Mani on Monday, July 15, 2013 | 6:07 AM

Seriously, if only you guys can taste the hash brown paratha on my plate, you would be as delighted as I am. This morning, I skipped my breakfast and I was going about doing my chores. It was lunch time and I was very hungry. It was one of those moments with no leftovers and my fridge being practically empty, I was looking for some food. With the intention of making paratha's for dinner tonight, I had made the dough and it was resting in my fridge. Decided to use the dough but I need a stuffing or veggie to go with it.  I found a box of hash browns patties looking at me in my freezer bin. I had an idea to use the hash browns for the filling and make myself a paratha. In minutes I got everything ready and I am so glad that I tried my crazy ideas and made what I now will be making often. Please do try you will be delighted and the kids would love the fusion hash brown paratha soon.



Gadgets:

Plate
Paper Towel
Tava
Spatula
Cutting Board
Rolling Pin

Ingredients:

Makes 2 Paratha's 

Hash Brown Patties - 2
Whole Wheat Paratha dough - 2 portions small orange size
Salt to taste
Freshly Crushed Black Pepper - 1/8 tsp or Roasted Green Chillies 505 - 1 tbsp
Whole Wheat Flour - extra for making paratha





Preparation:

1. Place the 2 hash brown on a plate and microwave for 1 minute and
20 minutes.


2. Using a paper towel remove the excess oil from the patties.

3. Make a 4 inch circle with the dough and fill  one hash brown patties roughly chopped and mixed with pepper  and salt or roasted green chillies. Cover the filling up and roll out into a paratha.

4. Heat the tava on medium high heat cook the paratha on both sides. If you desire drizzle some ghee or oil and cook them. Serve with ketchup.


6 comments:

  1. I love you fusion recipes, looks yumm. Paratha got a wonderful makeover here.

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    1. Thank you Swathi. I love this one. Super easy and very delicious.

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  2. Wow..love your idea.. Paratha has come out very well..

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  3. I really like these fusion paratha..I have tried potato and onion paratha with 'Dal', a recipe I found on Urban Rajah and I simply love the combination. I would try your fusion too...

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