This is Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi is yet another dish that got done a week before the A-Z flat bread series started . This was mom’s idea and it sounded delicious.

The stuffing is very simple – peanut ,a little roasted channa dal,and red chilies, roasted and powdered. This can be made ahead and used as needed.

Since the filling is flavorful, you can have this with curd / a glass of buttermilk. This spice mix can also be used to flavor vegetable curries and mixed rice varieties!


Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Here is how to prepare Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Take wheat flour, salt in a bowl.Mix well.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Add water little by little and knead to a smooth non sticky dough. add a teaspoon of oil and knead once more.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Roast peanuts on medium flame till the skin turns brown and small black spot appear. Let it cool. Rub the peanuts between your palm to remove the skin.You can also leave it on if you wish.Roast roasted channa dal / potukkadalai and red chilies till it turns brown.Cool and take all the roasted ingredients in a mixie jar.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Powder the ingredients and transfer into a bowl. Add roasted cumin seeds and salt. Mix and keep aside.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Take a small ball of dough and flatten it a bit. Place a tablespoon of the filling and bring the edges together.Roll out gently into a 4″-5″ circle. Cook on a heated griddle till brown spots apprear on both sides. Remove from griddle and repeat for the remaining dough.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

Serve with a side of your choice.

Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

 

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Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi

A tasty chapathi with a peanut flavored stuffing.

Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
Author: PJ
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Whole wheat flour
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Oil
  • 1/4 cup Peanuts
  • 2 teaspoons Roasted channa dal
  • 2 numbers Red chili ,broken
  • 1 teaspoon Roasted Cumin seeds
Instructions
  1. Take wheat flour, salt in a bowl.Mix well.

  2. Add water little by little and knead to a smooth non sticky dough. add a teaspoon of oil and knead once more.

  3. Roast peanuts on medium flame till the skin turns brown and small black spot appear. Let it cool. Rub the peanuts between your palm to remove the skin.You can also leave it on if you wish.Roast roasted channa dal / potukkadalai and red chilies till it turns brown.Cool and take all the roasted ingredients in a mixie jar.

  4. Powder the ingredients and transfer into a bowl. Add roasted cumin seeds and salt. Mix and keep aside.

  5. Take a small ball of dough and flatten it a bit. Place a tablespoon of the filling and bring the edges together.Roll out gently into a 4"-5" circle. Cook on a heated griddle till brown spots apprear on both sides. Remove from griddle and repeat for the remaining dough.

  6. Serve with a side of your choice.

Recipe Notes
  • If you have roasted peanuts you can use that directly without roasting it again.

 

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8 thoughts on “Verkadalai Chapathi | Peanut Spice-mix stuffed Chapathi”

  1. Very unique paratha . I bet your mom is your motivation behind your blog . What a wonderful idea to use peanuts in a Paratha . The paratha sounds really very unique and interesting , delicious as well .
    Will try it soon .

  2. Love that peanut spice powder a lot. I am so much addicted to peanuts and I can just polish off those chapathas in no time. What a brilliant idea. Kudos to your mom, PJ.

  3. This filling is so delicious PJ, what a lovely idea for the filling yaar..kudos and I am going to be making it soon..I am so enjoying your twists with different words yaar..good one this!

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