Breakfast Idea : Cheese Parantha Recipe
If you are like me then I know you are also scrambling for quick breakfast ideas every morning. This Cheese Parantha recipe comes handy on those days when all I have in my pantry is a box of dough and a few odd cubes of different cheeses.
I mean, I am always looking for something that is quick, needs less preparation and fills me up nice so that I can move ahead with my day. As I am done making and packing our lunches, I have just a bit of time left to sort our breakfast before I shoot to leave. And, this cheese paratha is ideally for those days when I am running on a tight schedule.
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So, all you need is some parantha dough and some grated cheese to fill-in. This Cheese Parantha is ideal for kid’s evening snacks and good as a tiffin idea as well. If you are looking more Parantha Recipes, then you can check out Chatu’r Parantha, Dimer Porota, & Moglai Porota here.
This Cheese Parantha recipe is ideal for Breakfast, Evening Snacks and Kid's Lunchbox. Its quick, needs basic ingredients and fills up for a long time.
- 2 cup Whole Wheat Flour
- 1 cup Water
- 2 tbsp Ghee or Clarified Butter
- 1/2 cup Grated Cheese Any mix would do like Mozzarella, Cheddar, Normal Processed Cheese Cubes, etc.
- 1 Green Chili Finely Chopped – Omit if not preferred by kids
- Ghee or Refined Oil to Fry.
Add the Ghee into the Flour along with a pinch of Salt and mix everything nicely. Break the lumps if any.
Now, add the water gradually and knead the dough.
Also, make the cheese filling with the grated cheese and finely chopped Green Chili or Red Chili flakes. Mix everything nicely.
Heat a skillet or tawa.
Pinch off a generous ball of dough and roll it into a flat and thin disk. Spread a heaping tablespoonfull of filling over the half of the disk and then roll the rest half over the filling. Brush some water over the edges and press them together to stick.
Place it on the hot skillet and let it brown, then drop a few drops of Ghee on each sides and fry till cooked.
Serve hot. Although note that the filling will be melted and very hot, and can scald the insides of a kid's mouth. So, be careful.