Spicy Cauliflower stuffed Paratha is an Indian flat bread eaten all over the sub-continent. Paratha literally means buttery layers of cooked flour. Parathas are traditionally stuffed with spiced vegetables served with yogurt & Indian pickles called Achaar. Spicy Cauliflower stuffed Paratha is perfect for a Sunday brunch along with sweetened Lassi! —onetribegourmet
Heat the Olive Oil in a large size deep pan on a medium high heat.
Saute Cumin Seeds, Ginger/Garlic Paste & Sliced Onions in the Oil for 5 minutes.
Add chopped Cauliflower & Saute for few more minutes. Now add Salt, Cayenne Pepper, & Turmeric. Stir well. Saute the Cauliflower & the Spices for few more minutes. Add the sliced Green Chile Peppers. Cover the pot with a lid and let it simmer on low heat for 20 minutes. Uncover & let the liquid dry. Garnish with chopped Cilantro.
For the Paratha~ Add luke warm water & salt to the Chapati Flour. Knead the dough & let it rest on the counter top for 30 minutes.
Roll out two 8 inch round Chapattis. Spread Butter on one of the Chapattis. Spoon the Spicy Cauliflower Masala on the Chapati. Cover it with the other Chapati and lightly roll it with a rolling pin.
Heat a heavy bottom skillet. Melt some butter and place the Paratha on the skillet. Cook the Paratha until golden brown. Serve Hot with Yougurt/Raita, Achaar, or Lassi.
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