Chingri Ka Paratha (prawn Stuffed Paratha)

Chingri ka paratha is non vegetarian stuffed paratha evolved as an extension of non vegetarian filling. Traditionally in India we still think of stuffed paratha as a vegetarian speciality with varities like Aloo ka paratha or matar ka paratha. However recently Indians have started cooking non-vegetarian Paratha like Chicken paratha or Keema paratha. In this recipe we are using prawn as the main ingredient.

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Preparation Time: 
45 mintues
Cooking Time: 
45 mintues


Chingri (deveined prawns) 300 grams(9.5 ounce)
Ginger juice 4 tablespoon
Green chilli paste ½ tablespoon
Egg 4 pieces
Sugar ¼ tablespoon
Salt 1/2 tablespoon
(For the dough)
Maida (refined flour) 500 Grams
Refined oil 20 mililitre
Salt ½ tablespoon
First take a bowl add maida, salt and 5-6 tablespoon of refined oil and mix well. Then add lukewarm water and make dough.
For the stuffing Chop the cleaned prawns, add ginger juice and refrigerate for 15 mintues. In a bowl blend eggs, add the refrigerated prawns, green chilli paste, salt, sugar and coriander leaves and mix well.
To make the paratha, make small balls from the dough, roil out each ball into a thin round chappati. Putt the stuffing in the middle and fold the edges of the rolled chappati like an envelope so that the paratha has a square shape.
Dip it in beaten egg and Shallow fry the paratha on a tawa by applying some refined oil. Serve hot with salad and aloo ki sabzi.