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This is made up of Pakistani paratha with a filling of potato. Ingredients needed: one large boiled potato, a quarter onion, one tablespoon coriander, one teaspoon zeera, half a teaspoon red chili powder, half a teaspoon salt, some oil, you also need one teaspoon of lemon juice. You will need the flour and the salt to make the dough for this paratha.
Add some salt to the flour and then water that, put it a little bit at a time and mix it all together. By constantly adding water as you mix, you will form a dough. Knead the dough with your fists. There you go. That is it. We have made the dough for the parathas.
Now, for making the actual aaloo mixture, first peel the potato, mash the potato then add all the onion, the red chili powder, the zeera and then the coriander as well and mix it all together, also add the one teaspoon of lemon and a bit of oil as well. Mix it all together like so, take a small bowl of the atta, the dough and just flatten it out like so, put it into a bowl first, add some flour in it to make it a bit drier so it does not stick on your fingers and roll it out with a rolling pin. You will need two equal sides. Now, add a little bit of the mixture, spread it evenly and add another side on top. Now, roll this out. Make sure it is nice and round, heat the wok up and put the paratha in. After it is brown from the other side, just add some oil to this side and flip it over. As we can see, it is brown in that part of it and press on it firmly. As soon as we add the oil, the color will start changing quite quickly so just be aware of that. There you go. It is getting browner from this side too, turn it over again and then take it out. And there you have it Aaloo Paratha. You can serve it with raifa which is made up of yogurt, mint sauce and salt.