Measure 250g of wheat flour
Add 1 tablespoon of sunflower oil
add one teaspoon of salt
add some water and knead the dough until it is soft and pliable
continue adding water and sunflower oil as needed
cover the dough and set it asside for half an hour
boil 3 medium sized potatoes in a pressure cooker
peel the potatoes and mash them
add 200g of parboiled green peas
Mash the pees as well
finely chop 3 green chilis
cut some fresh coriander leaves
add the coriander leaves and the green chilis to the mashed potatoes
add 1 teaspoon of salt
roll the dough between your palms to make small dough balls
roll the balls in the flour you set aside earlier, then flatted the dough with your hands on a clean flat surface.
roll the dough balls out into flat circles approximately 6 inches in diameter
sprinkle flour on the paratha when necessary
place a tablespoon of mash potato stuffing on the rolled out dough.
cover it on all sides
flatten it slightly with your fingers
dust the paratha with flour.
roll the paratha out again slowly
make sure again that the filling does not leak out
heat a shallow frying pan on the stove and place the aloo paratha in the pan
after about a minute and a half, flip the aloo paratha
add one teaspoon of sunflower oil to the aloo paratha.
flip the aloo paratha and then brush it with more oil
serve the aloo paratha hot with some cold raita