Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha | How to make Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha

By Tikuli Dogra  |  7th Jul 2016  |  
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  • Prep Time

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  • Cook Time

    20

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About Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha Recipe

There are very few dishes more fulfilling than this. A traditional recipe from my paternal grandparents kitchen. Cost effective and protein rich, this is a meal we grew up on. The delicious chana sattu stuffing in the parathas paired with smoked spiced up eggplants to tickle your taste buds.

Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha is a delicious dish which is liked by people of all age groups. Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha by Tikuli Dogra has a step by step process of how to make the dish. This makes it very easy to understand for even beginners. This recipe can serve 2 people. You can find Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha at many restaurants and you can also prepare this at home. This authentic and mouthwatering Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha takes 20 minutes for the preparation and 20 minutes for cooking. When you want to prepare something delicious for a party or special occasion then Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha is a good option for you. The flavour of Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha is tempting and you will enjoy each bite of this. Try this Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha on weekends and impress your family and friends. You can comment and rate the Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha recipe on the page below.

Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha

Ingredients to make Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha

  • For Stuffing - Chana Sattu (Roasted Bengal Gram Four) – 4-5 tablespoons
  • Onion – 1 large finely chopped
  • Green chili – 1-2 finely chopped
  • Salt – to taste
  • Garlic Cloves – 4-5
  • Grated Ginger – 1 inch
  • Ajwain seeds – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Mustard Oil from Stuffed red chili pickle and some mashed pickle too – 2 teaspoon
  • Lemon juice – 2 teaspoons or more
  • Fresh Coriander Greens - 2 tablespoon (chopped fine)
  • A little water - for binding
  • For Paratha - Whole wheat flour – 2 cups
  • Salt - a little
  • Ghee – 1/2 teaspoon
  • Water for kneading and making the dough

How to make Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha

  1. Make tight paratha dough by slowly adding water to the wheat flour, salt and ghee mixture. Knead it with your fist to make the dough pliable and soft. Wrap with a moist muslin cloth and set aside.
  2. For the stuffing - In a bowl take sattu, add finely chopped onion, green chili, ajwain seeds, salt, finely chopped garlic and grated or chopped ginger along with mashed up mango or red chili pickle with oil from the pickle. Add fresh chopped coriander greens and lemon juice.
  3. To make the parathas: Put a tawa / griddle on medium flame and let it heat while you roll the paratha. Divide the dough into four or five smooth balls. Take a ball of dough and press it a little to make it into shape of a pattie.
  4. Dust the working board and the pattie with some dry flour then roll it out into a 3-4 inch circle with a rolling pin. Apply oil to the inside of the rolled circle before stuffing as it prevents breaking and spilling.
  5. Spoon some stuffing on its center and gather the dough by lifting the rolled dough upward from the edges and bringing them together to seal the stuffed ball.
  6. Now dust the stuffed balls again and gently roll them into a flat round paratha. Make sure the edges are thin and even. Put the paratha on the medium hot tawa and brown from both sides.
  7. Brush ghee on the circular edges and and evenly on the paratha then flip to do the same to the other side till it is crispy and nicely done. Transfer it to the plate and make the other parathas similarly.

Reviews for Traditional Sattu Ka Paratha (3)

Noory yusuf10 months ago

What is sattu?
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Sriparna Roya year ago

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Monika Lava year ago

l love this dish, l just had it once in danapur. Can't forget the taste as it still lingers in my mouth.Thank you so much for sharing it.
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