When dill is added to cheese, it provides a flavor that is delightful to both the nose and the taste.
When used in big quantities, dill typically overpowers many other flavors. But when utilized appropriately, it will offer the desired flavor.
Here is my recipe for Paratha with Dill and Cheese.
For the Paratha dough: 2 cups of whole wheat flour, kneading water, and salt to taste.
• 200 grams of grated cheese
• 2 tablespoons of coarsely chopped dill leaves
Regarding the Paratha
- Place flour in a bowl.
- Knead a soft dough, similar to how we make chapattis and other stuffed parathas.
- Allow it to settle for approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
For the Filling
- Place the cheese gratings in a bowl.
- Mix evenly
Now Let’s Prepare The Paratha.
- Make approximately eight balls from the dough.
- Roll a ball of dough on a rolling pan until it is approximately 3 to 4 inches in diameter.
- Add a few tablespoons of the filling to the center of the dish.
- Draw the ends of the rolled paratha over the filling and properly seal it. Remove any surplus dough as necessary.
- Reform this into a ball
- Roll it to a size of around 6 inches, or the best size you can achieve.
- Preheat a skillet.
- Place the rolled paratha on the Tava and cook on both sides over medium heat.
- Once the paratha is ready, increase the temperature and butter both sides of the paratha before frying on both sides.
- Remove it from the fire and serve.