Potato, there they are! sitting in that big plastic bin at the grocery store or as a big heap in vegetable shop. They look all rustic, earthy, farm-y and kind of adorable to cook with. I remember potatoes only in the form of typical south Indian curry since my childhood and I never said NO to it. Because this starchy veggie has been my favorite and it still tops high. Now in the food blogging scenario, potato has taken numerous food form and every thing rocks my world of taste. Like this aloo paratha which has dreamy filling of potato with few spices but it has the potential to make my lunch a truly amazing and beloved affair.
It’s a complete bonus for all my family members around the table to eat this aloo paratha who are obviously potato lovers too. The kids who are on winter vacation right now, were extremely happy to find paratha as a substitute to their regular rice and curry today. The plates were licked clean and lunch was just a 10 minutes event which otherwise would have taken hours together.
Aloo paratha sometimes becomes messy and disaster if the stuffing gets little gooey. This happens when potato is cooked with water or sometimes after cooking the potato turns too much moist. So what I would advise is to keep the stuffing stiff and moisture free. In that case, as you roll the paratha with stuffing inside, it never comes out and becomes mess.
If you are little over-crazy about paratha and rotti like me, you can also check peas paratha too.