Scrambled Egg Paratha

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Parathas are part of the traditional breakfast in Indian. You can also say it a stuffed pan cake. Parathas are made from whole wheat dough and you can prepare 100s of varieties of parathas from a plain paratha to a paratha stuffed with veggies. You can also use your leftover to create a new kind of a paratha.

Those of you know about parathas must have heard of dal paratha. Those are simply awesome and that’s a energetic breakfast too. Thats the reason parathas are best staples part of an Indian breakfasts.


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Let’s begin!

Overall Cooking Time: 5 minutes

INGREDIENTS

  • Whole wheat dough
  • Scrambled eggs (from 2 eggs)
  • Red chili flakes 1 tbsp
  • Parsley dried 1 tbsp
  • Tomato sauce 1 tbsp
  • Mustard sauce 1 tbsp
  • Olive oil (spray)

PREPARATION

  1. Take out a ball from wheat dough.
  2. Spread some flour on the counter.
  3. Roll out a chapati in circular shape.
  4. Add scrumbled eggs on half of the chapati.
  5. Sprinkle red chili flakes and parsley.
  6. Spread out tomato sauce and mustard sauce.
  7. Now fold the chapati into half and close the corners with the help of a fork.
  8. Now bring a pan to heat. Spray some olive oil. Place the paratha on the pan.
  9. Spray some olive oil on the upper half. Turn the side once golden brown.
  10. Take the paratha off the pan. Cut it out into two.

Enjoy!

NUTRITION VALUE

Calories 508
Total Fat 22.6 gm
Cholesterol 450.7 mg
Sodium 896.2 mg
Potassium 565.9 mg
Total Carbohydrate 50.9 gm
Protein 23.9 gm

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