Amazing Ketogenic Diet Recipes: Paneer Stuffed Parathas

Here is another keto recipe success story. When you are on a ketogenic or gluten free diet, parathas are something you really miss. These cottage cheese or paneer parathas are made with coconut flour.

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Paneer Stuffed Keto Parathas

Ingredients:

For Paneer stuffing:

  • Paneer/ cottage cheese cube – 100 gms
  • Minced onion – 2 tbsp
  • cumin powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Salt – to taste
  • Minced coriander leaves – 1 tbsp
  • Chaat masala [optional]- 1/4 tsp

Method:

Mash up the paneer in a bowl and mix in all the other ingredients.

Make a small ball with the dough. Flatten into a small round. Put a spoonful of paneer filling inside it and close up into a ball formation, like a stuffed dumpling.

Put this on a parchment paper and cover with another piece of parchment paper. Use your hands to press out into a round shape about 5 inches in diameter.

Don’t worry if some of the paneer mix gets exposed, it will set well when it’s cooked on the tawa.

Now heat a tablespoon of ghee on a hot tawa and put your paneer paratha on it. Cook on low fire for two minutes till that side is golden brown. Now flip on to the other side and cook till done.

Enjoy with some fresh curd and spicy pickle.

Recipe Courtesy: Headbanger’s Kitchen

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With a Masters in Food Science and Nutrition, Tilottama has carved a niche for herself in the Health Writing Industry. She is passionate about helping her readers make informed decisions about the food they eat. She believes in the healing power of food and in food as medicine. Tilottama is an editor and writer at Fitnesshacks.org.