Tomato Mysore Paratha With Oil Recipe

Tangy and tasty, the Mysore tomato paratha is a complete meal in itself that keeps you feeling full and with enough calorific content to keep the energy levels high. Nutrient-rich and tasty, great as a meal or snack.

Nutritional info

  • 1.4 gm
    Protein
  • 10.0 gm
    Total Fat
  • 18.5 gm
    Carbohydrate
  • 182.6 kcal
    Energy
  • 20.1 mg
    Calcium
  • 1.0 mg
    Iron
  • 1.3 mg
    Vitamin C
  • 28.7 mcg
    Vitamin A

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3.0 Tbsp(26.0 gm) Wheat Flour (Whole)

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1.0 Chopped Tbsp(13.0 gm) Tomato

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1.0 Chopped Tsp(3.0 gm) Onion

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2.0 Chopped Tsp(2.0 gm) Coriander Leaves

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1/2 Chopped Tsp(1.0 gm) Garlic

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1.0 Grated Tsp(1.0 gm) Dry Coconut

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1/2 Tsp(0.89 gm) Sambhar Powder

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1/4 Powder Tsp(0.54 gm) Red Chilly

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1/2 Tsp(1.0 gm) Jeera

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1/4 Tsp(1.0 gm) Salt

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1.0 Tsp(4.0 gm) Ghee

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2.0 Tsp(5.0 ml) Oil

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10.0 Ml(10.0 ml) Water
  • Prepare the filling by first heating 1 tsp ghee in a pan.

  • Add 1/2 tsp jeera, let it crackle and then add 1/2 tbsp of chopped garlic, and 1 tsp of chopped onion.

  • Mix all the ingredients well.

  • Then, add 1 tbsp of chopped tomato, 1/2 tsp sambar powder, and 1/4th tsp each of salt and red chilli powder.

  • Saute all the ingredients well.

  • Now, add 1 tsp grated dry coconut, 2 tsp of chopped coriander leaves and mix.

  • To prepare the dough, add 3 tbsp wheat flour and prepared mixture and mix well.

  • Add a little water and knead the doungh.

  • Roll the dough into a paratha with a rolling pin.

  • Roast paratha on a heated tawa with 1.5 tsp oil until it turns golden brown.

  • Flip and roast the other side.

  • Serve hot with chutney and/or Nestlé A+ Curd.