Peanut Butter Cheese Paratha

Parathas are the traditional breakfast in India. Its a flat bread originated in India. Today we are bringing to you paratha stuffed with peanut butter and cheese. Lets get started.

Ingredients:

Wheat dough Mozzarella cheese Peanut butter Mayonnaise Tomato chili sauce Red chili flakes Herbs (Basil) Salt to taste

Preparation:

1. Take out a ball from wheat dough.Now spread some floor on the rolling area.

2. Roll out a disk with dough ball.

3. Now bring in the stuffings. Put the grated cheese, 1/2 tbsp of peanut butter.

4. Sprinkle some chili flakes and herbs. Put salt to taste. 2017-04-17 11.24.28-3

5. Now fold one half and then the other half.

6. Fold from the other two halves to make a cube.

7. Alongside, bring a pan/ tawa to heat.

8. Roll out the cube to make out a square as shown below. 2017-04-17 11.30.22-3

9. Cook the paratha from both ends. Please note to use any oil or ghee. We are coming up soon with a twist. 2017-04-17 11.36.38-2

10. Now paratha is ready. Cut the paratha into four equal parts.

11. Apply mayonnaise in each part and place it over one another. 2017-04-17 11.43.28-3

12. Spread some red chili sauce over it. Ready to eat! 2017-04-17 11.44.41-3

Published by Himanshu Kumar

Hello! I am a Food Blogger and Fusion Recipe Creator. When I am not posting on my website and media pages, you can find me developing UX. Welcome to my journey for Food. This is a space where I am going to share which I will create new dishes/ recipes and design them myself. This is a place which represents my passion for food. I started cooking in the early months of 2016 to showcase what I actually do. I love food and a true foodie. Hence I wanted to showcase by means of blogging. I do like taking pictures of food. So Why not show your love for food to world. Email me at admin@sizzlingdiaries.com if you have any queries and don’t forget to follow my blog if you would like to get email alerts when I post a new recipe.

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