Weekend lunch cannot be better than this, especially for my son who loves food which he can hold, dip and nibble on at his own slow eating pace. My kindergartner son is very much fascinated about chapati and if the same chapati is little more delicious with some no-spicy stuffing then he gets overjoyed to eat it. I made the weekend a Special one by lovingly cooking peas paratha for him and the visual of 4 year old cute son dipping green veggie stuffed peas paratha in thick yogurt and filling in his mouth was way too awesome.
I sometimes wonder how adaptable and versatile chapati is, as you can just spread some fruit jam or ketchup or some vegetable based stir fry and roll to eat. Otherwise you can even mix the flour with some spices and grated vegetables like carrot, beetroot or cabbage which then turns colorful and more appetizing with balanced taste. Or even otherwise like this peas paratha you can prepare a dedicated stuffing with all the things that you love to eat and then stuff it and roll thick to devour. So chapati is really magical and you can creatively eat it it in many ways.
The peas paratha recipe is straightforward with dough and peas stuffing preparation. Peas stuffing can have little this and little that, like you can add some flavorful and taste giving spices to make it homogeneously balanced in palate.