After posting Biryani & Lobia cutlet and Biryani Ragi flour roti, here comes my third recipe "Biryani stuffed paratha" using leftover Soya granules Brown Rice Biryani. If you have, just a cup of leftover biryani in a fridge, make a complete meal out of it by preparing this delicious and flavorful paratha. The leftover biryani is mashed and stuffed inside the wheat flour dough is further rolled into circular shape is then cooked on a tawa to get a tasty and innovative paratha. This can be served as breakfast or dinner along with raita.
1 Cup Soya Granules Brown Rice Biryani ( any leftover biryani can be used )
2 Tbsp Coriander leaves, finely chopped
1 1/2 Cups of Wheat flour
Salt to taste
Water, as needed to knead
Olive oil for preparing paratha
Mash the leftover biryani, add coriander leaves, mix well and keep aside.
Add water little by little to the measured wheat flour along with the required amount of salt and knead well to form a soft dough.
Cover the dough and keep aside for half an hour.
Meanwhile, divide the mashed biryani into 5 equal sized balls.
Likewise, divide the chapathi dough also into 5 equal sized balls.
Take one chapathi dough and roll into small circular shape.
Now stuff one biryani ball in the center of rolled dough and seal it properly.
Now gently roll the biryani stuffed dough into paratha shape using rolling pin and by dusting little wheat flour.
Once done, repeat the process for the remaining dough and biryani balls.
Heat tawa and brush little olive oil on top of it.
Place one rolled paratha and cook both the sides by smearing very little olive oil.
Once done, remove from the tawa and repeat the process for the remaining rolled paratha.
Serving Options :
Serve hot with onion raita.