Aaloo Paratha (potato stuffed with flatbreads) Recipe

Aloo paratha literally means potato-stuffed flatbreads. Though there are many variations of stuffed paratha but Aaloo Paratha is one of the staple breakfast items in a Punjabi family. Generally, parathas are made with lots of love and affection. Most of the time it gets roasted with lots of Desi ghee (Pure Ghee) and then served with dollops of white butter or Makhan as we call them in Punjabi.

However, you can add less ghee and even roast the parathas with oil.


For Stuffing:
  • Boiled Potatoes – 4-5
  • Salt – to taste
  • Red Chilli powder – 1/2 tbsp
  • Aamchoor powder – 1/2 tbsp
  • Garam Masala – 1/2 tbsp (you can also avoid this if you want)
  • Dhania powder – 1/2 tbsp
  • Green chili – 1-2 chopped
  • Fresh coriander leaves

You are required to make a basic dough with whole wheat flour (atta), salt, oil, and water. Making the dough is very easy and you can either knead with hands or in a stand mixer.

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Aloo Paratha topped with butter


  1. Boil 4-5 medium size potatoes – add a pinch of salt in water while boiling
  2. Grate the boiled potatoes with a vegetable grater (Don’t mash)
  3. Add salt, red chili powder, amchur powder (Dry mango powder), and Dhania powder (Coriander powder) and mix well
  4. Now add chopped green chili and fresh coriander mix it well
  5. Divide the filling into 8-10 equal parts
  6. The final step is to stuff the filling into the aloo paratha dough
  7. Roll it with very light pressure to the desired thickness and proceed in a similar way with the remaining portions of paratha dough and filling.


Use a Preheated Tawa to cook using Ghee
Tastes best when served with white butter / Curd ( you can also have Amul butter)
Adding a Glass of Lassi or a cup of tea would compliment best

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Shreya Khatri

Shreya is a food writer, photographer, and Instagrammer who loves to experiment with food. Being born & brought up in a Punjabi family, I have automatically gained foodie genes. A full-time PR professional, who later discovered the passion for cooking & clicking where I take most of my inspiration from my mother. I love to try different types of vegetarian food and share it with the world because want to change the perception of the people who says "Ghaas Photos main kya Rakha hai" (What's there in these green garbage)