Make a Delicious and Tasty Aloo Paratha Recipe: Pair it with Soulfoods Pickles

About Aloo Paratha

In a world full of fancy fast food, aloo paratha is a timeless and classic meal treasured by generations. With a great balance of textures and flavors, aloo ka paratha holds a special place in many Indian households. The aloo paratha recipe is the answer, whether you're a food explorer looking for new flavors or simply want to enjoy a hearty and filling supper. But there's even more!

Pairing these delicious parathas with Soulfoods Pickles' tangy, spicy treats will elevate your experience. You have a wide range of options to pick from Soulfoods Pickles, from mixed to mango pickles, adding rich flavors to complement that aloo paratha recipe. Enjoy this tasty aloo ka paratha with some mouthwatering pickle combinations. Don't hesitate to experiment and savor the best.

Aloo paratha: the only acceptable reason to be late for work. (Don't tell your boss this excuse though!

How to Make Aloo Paratha 

Here’s how to make aloo paratha just like Dhaba style being at the comfort of your home! There's no doubt that aloo ka paratha is most popular choice in India when compared to other parathas. Due to its easy to make procedure and commonly availability of aloo ingredients. You can relish the aloo paratha recipe with different combinations. There is no hard and fast rule to make aloo paratha. So why wait lets checkout how to easily make aloo paratha at home that's suitable for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. To make a filling and delightful supper, use this simple aloo paratha recipe below.

Check out Aloo paratha ingredients:

- 2 cups whole wheat flour

- Water (as needed for kneading)

- 1 tablespoon oil or ghee

- Salt to taste

For the Aloo (potato) filling: 

- 3 medium-sized potatoes, boiled and mashed

- 1 small onion, finely chopped

- 2 green chilies, finely chopped (adjust according to your spice preference)

- 2 tablespoons fresh coriander leaves, finely chopped

- 1 teaspoon cumin powder

- 1 teaspoon coriander powder

- 1/2 teaspoon garam masala

- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder

- Salt to taste

  1. Prepare the dough

In a mixing bowl, combine the whole wheat flour, a pinch of salt, and the oil or ghee. Add water gradually and knead the dough until it is soft and smooth. Cover it with a moist cloth and set it aside for 15-20 minutes.

  1. Make the Aloo filling

Mix the mashed potatoes with the finely chopped onions, green chilies, coriander leaves, cumin powder, coriander powder, garam masala, turmeric powder, and salt in a separate bowl. To make a tasty stuffing, thoroughly incorporate all of the ingredients.  

  1. Prepare the Aloo Paratha:

Make equal-sized balls of the rested dough. On a floured board, roll out one dough ball into a tiny disc. Fill the disc with Aloo filling. Bring the dough's edges together to completely cover the filling, then pinch off the extra dough. Flatten the stuffed ball and roll it gently into a round paratha, dusting with flour to prevent sticking.

  1. Cook the Aloo Paratha
    Over medium heat, heat a tava (griddle) or a nonstick pan. Place the rolled paratha on the hot tava and cook until bubbles appear on one side.

Cook the paratha on the opposite side, using oil or ghee on both sides, till golden brown and crispy. Repeat with the rest of the dough and filling.

Serve the hot and tasty Aloo Parathas with your favourite side dishes, such as yoghurt, pickle, or chutney. The tangy and spicy flavours of Soulfoods Pickles complement Aloo Paratha well, bringing a kick to this traditional Indian dish. Enjoy this delectable delicacy with your family and friends!

Nutrition of Aloo Paratha 

Aloo paratha is a wonderful and significant dish, but it is also vital to consider its nutritional value. The aloo paratha calories might vary depending on its size and the amount of ghee or oil used in cooking. One medium-sized Aloo Paratha (about 80 grammes) has roughly 250 to 300 calories. However, these values may vary depending on the precise ingredients and cooking methods utilized.

While the potato filling and oil used in cooking give a rich supply of energy from carbohydrates and lipids, Aloo Paratha is also a wonderful source of dietary fiber, important vitamins, and minerals. In moderation, Aloo Paratha can be a wonderful and fulfilling recipe for nutritious diet.

See Also: Methi Thepla Recipe

Tips and Pairings with Aloo Ka Paratha 

To make the most of your Aloo Paratha recipe, here are some helpful tips and delectable pairings that will elevate the taste of aloo ka paratha to another level.

Tips for Making Aloo Paratha: 
  1. Properly knead the dough: Ensure that the dough for the parathas is kneaded well and allowed to rest. This step helps in achieving a soft and pliable texture for the parathas.
  2. Spice it up: Customize the potato filling to suit your taste preferences. Add more green chilies or spices like crushed black pepper for an extra kick to the aloo paratha.
  3. Avoid overstuffing: While stuffing the parathas, be careful not to overstuff them, as it can make the rolling process challenging and may cause the filling to spill out during cooking.
  4. Cook on medium heat: To achieve evenly cooked and golden-brown parathas, cook them on medium heat. High heat may result in uneven cooking.

Spice up your aloo paratha with Soulfood's Pickles Pairings: 

    Aloo paratha goes great with a variety of pickles, which lend tanginess and spiciness to the dish. So do consider serving the pickles to add great experience to your taste buds. Whether you choose a single variety of pickle or a mix of flavors, the combination of Aloo Paratha with pickles will leave you wanting more. Enjoy this traditional Indian meal with a tangy and spicy kick. Here are some tasty pickles that you can experiment with.

    1. Mango Pickle
      Relish in the luscious sweetness of ripe mangoes beautifully combined with aromatic spices, now steeped in heart-healthy olive oil. A delicious compliment to aloo paratha, bringing a burst of zesty flavours that complement the potato sweetness.
    2. Mixed Pickle
      Enjoy a wide range of flavours with a variety of vegetables in fragrant olive oil. This pickle's complex flavour wonderfully balances the savoury aloo paratha, producing a symphony of flavours that will leave you wanting more.
    3. Red Chilli Pickle
      Infuse the spicy essence of red chilies in olive oil to enhance the flavours of your aloo paratha. A mouthwatering combination of spice and heat that adds a thrilling kick to every bite of your potato-filled treat.
    4. Green Chilli Pickle
      Enjoy the fiery flavor of green chilies in this tasty pickle. The vibrant heat of green chilies pairs incredibly well with aloo paratha, energizing your taste senses while offering a delightful experience.

    Side effects of aloo paratha include uncontrollable smiles, happy sighs, and an
    irresistible desire to have more.


      The Aloo Paratha recipe is a delicious and tasty Indian dish that has won the hearts of food lovers all over the world. This easy-to-make recipe combines the goodness of soft dough with a spicy potato filling, making it an excellent choice for any meal of the day.

      Moreover, you can easily modify the spice levels and experiment with different fillings during the process of creating Aloo Paratha. Aloo Paratha becomes an even more delightful culinary experience when you pair it with spicy and sour pickles.

      So do start a flavorful journey with the extensive collection of Soulfoods Pickles, perfectly matched with yummy aloo parathas. Explore your perfect pairing today!


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