Aloo Ka Paratha (Achari) Recipe
Sehri meals are merely a day or more away and nothing says breakfast like a good ol aloo ka paratha recipe does! Paratha also goes by many names, including porotha, porontha, purantha and prontha etc and is arguably the most eaten flatbread recipe on the Indian subcontinent including India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and some parts of Afghanistan. Major parts of the Punjab region of Pakistan and India are credited to the introduction and original preparation of the paratha. There have been some really tasty and awesome recipes on the menu of sooperchef.pk since we started cooking delicious recipes for its loved folks everyday back in the year of 2016. Some of the most honorable mentions that are really worthy of a try include the tasty and steamy Afghani pulao recipe, the saucy and tangy chicken teriyaki wings recipe, the traditional aloo samosa recipe and the delightful and easy on the stomach, the matar pulao recipe. The aloo paratha recipe, like other paratha variants, originates from the Indian subcontinent, and the region that is said to be the point of origin of this recipe is the alwar region of India. It is prepared by unleavened dough that is stuffed with a mixture of mashed potatoes. The mashed potatoes are usually boiled before being mashed and added with different spices which then stuffed inside a paratha. The paratha is then rolled out and cooked on a hot metal pan known as the tawa with butter or ghee on it. Aloo parathas are usually served alongside many different kinds of condiments like butter, chutney, pickles (achar) and eaten widely as one of the most popular breakfast recipes of the region. The complete aloo ka paratha (achari) recipe can be found on the menu of sooperchef.pk in both Urdu and English language for free.