Cottage Cheese Stuffed Pan Cake
Hope you all have planned your weekend. If not then don't worry enjoy your lazy weekend with some lazy food. I made these parantha for breakfast and for my kids and my tiffin. These are always welcome in my home. Everybody love them so much. I served them with Soya Paneer Sabzi, I know its a bit heavy affair but need something to go together. So its a one kind of double healthy food bonanza. I like this very much about paneer/cottage cheese that you can have it in any form Raw,salted, fried, stuffed, shallow fried means any way you prefer. It will never disappoint you. Stuff it in anything and you will get most scrumptious healthy food. So try this and tell me your view about my opinion.
Wheat Flour Dough-As needed
Paneer/Cottage Cheese- 250gm
Any your favorite masala- 1tsp
Coriander Powder - 1/2tsp (optional)
Coriander - 1tbsp chopped (optional)
Salt - as per your taste
Take Your Ingredients
Mash paneer and add all spices and coriander
Now pinch a big lemon size ball out of the dough
Roll in small disk size
Keep some filling in the centre
Cover from all sides
Now press it smoothly with your palm
Dust with flour
Roll very gently and make a flat disk
Heat your tawa and arrange your parantha and apply oil
Cook both sides by applying ghee
Ready to Serve
Serve with anything you wish
I served it with soya and paneer dry sabzi
(i know its bit heavy but on weekends its fine for me)
with any side dish/tea/coffee/chatni/sauce
just roll it and enjoy with a cup of milk
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- You can add any spice of your choice like chat masala, chilly pdr etc. but my kids likes it simple, so i made it like that.
- Adding coriander is a good option but i was not having in hand.
- You can make proper paneer bhurji and make parantha with that, but i always choose quick version. My kids don't mind ray paneer even they like it that way.
HOPE YOU WILL LIKE IT