Gobi Paratha

Gobi Paratha

Ok, after creating the blog it was time to cook something. So I zero down to make Gobi Paratha with curd raitha after so much brainstorming for what to cook!

Here is the recipe which is pity simple...special mention to my nephew Kedar who helped me during the process including taking pictures. As this is my first recipe to blog it, please excuse if the steps are not in details or clear.


For Stuffing:

Gobi - 1 full or 1/2 flower (depending on number of person eating)
Red chill power - 2tps
Tumeric - 1/4tps
Coriander powder - 1 tps
Garam masala powder - 1tps
Salt - to taste
Sunf - 1/2tps
Oil - 1 or 2 tps

For Dough:

Atta -
salt - 1tps (be careful as we already added salt in the gobi mixture too)
water -
oil -

For Raitha:

Curd - 1/2 cup
Jeera powder - 1tps
salt - to taste


Boil the gobi in water for 10mins for cleaning and to kill any worm.

Grate the gobi or use food processor for shredding and keep aside.

In the pan add oil, sunf, shredded gobi and fry for 2-3mins

Now added all powder masalas, salt and fix well.

Cook for 4-5 mins until the masala is cooked properly. Replace the gobi masala in a bowl and let it cool.

Make the dough mixing atta, salt and water. Make small ball of atta and stuff the gobi masala in it.

Roll it to small paratha and cook in tawa both the sides until golden brown apply oil/ghee/butter.

Gobi paratha is ready.

Now time to make curd raitha. My nephew helped me to do this while I was making the parathas, I have just given him instruction how to make.

Beat the curd added salt and jeera powder and mix. Curd raitha is ready.

Hot parathas and raitha is serve to eat along with mango