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Boil/steam cook the potato and Green Peas such that the peas are full yet properly cooked. Mash the potato. Now add mashed potato to Steamed Peas. Now add salt, Turmeric powder, , Fresh lime juice, Sugar and salt. Mix all the ingredients properly with a soft hand taking care to see that you do not mash the Peas . Take a little oil in a kadai and when hot, add Onion paste and Ginger Garlic paste, fry over a low flame for about a minute and half only. Now add Finely chopped Mint leaves and fry for further 30 to 45 seconds. Now add Garam Masala and turn twice or thrice and remove from fire. Add the Onion. Ginger/Garlic/Garam Masala/Mint mass to Peas Potato mixture. Slowly mix everything thoroughly and taste for salt and chillies , if needed add red chilli powder. The stuffing you knead must be firm like upuma. Now Roll a paratha to about six inches diameter , place a ladleful of stuffing at the center and then gather the sides. Twist the top gathering twice or thrice and then flatten the stuffed Ball on a rolling surface and again roll the paratha as you would a Poli. Fry the paratha on a tawa with oil. Serve very hot only. No side dish is needed but you may serve the stuffed paratha with Tomato sauce or Kothumalli chutney or Khajur Chutney. Ps. Sweet/sour addition is optional but in my opinion, add a little lime juice and add just a little sugar would be better.


And feed back as usual would be just great.


Shelled Green Peas 300 gms. 
Boiled Potato 1 large(150) gms. 
Paste of Onion 3 Table spoons 
Paste of Garlic and Ginger 2 spoons 
Garam Masala 1.5 spoons 
Turmeric powder Half spoon 
Finely chopped Green chillies 3 to 4 
Finely cut Mint leaves 1/4 cup 
Salt to taste 
Fresh Lime Juice 2 spoons 
Sugar 1 spoon 

Whole wheat flour One large cup 
Oil 3 spoons 
Salt 1/2 spoon 

Prepare the dough for Paratha as you usually make as per your choice 
or as with above ingredients. The dough should not be tough but very 
fine and workable and soft. 
After kneading the flour after adding oil and salt), smear a little 
oil on the dough and set it aside. 

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