Aalu Paratha by Yash

I love food, and I love to help my mother while she cooks something interesting like Desserts ,cakes etc.This time I tried making Alu parathas with Mummy’s help.Here’s how we made parathas…

First Mummy mixed some wheat flour with water to make a dough.The dough was very sticky, so Mummy mixed 2 tsp of oil. She then added salt, yellow powder(she told that it is called Turmeric powder)and some red chilly powder.Then I mixed it very nicely.It was soft now so I was able to roll it properly.

Mummy gave me a boiled potato.I peeled it and mashed it.It was such a fun. She then added salt,Β  coriander leaves, cumin seeds (I thought it was saunf..lol), green chillies and mixed it well. I then made a small ball of dough and a similar , small ball of potato mixture.Then rolled the dough to make parathas.Mummy cooked it on Tawa for me, and I enjoyed it with curd and papad..Yummmmy.

While I was rolling paratha, Mummy recorded a video of that.Papa helped to Edit it and upload it here.

Check the video and let me know if you liked it.


Sending this for Srivalli Aunt’s Event “Cooking with kids”…..isn’t cooking a fun?

Aloo Paratha

25 thoughts on “Aalu Paratha by Yash

  1. hi yash, you are making proper round chapati, please make one for me when i am at your place next time.
    Keep up the good work and always give hand to mummy! πŸ™‚


    BUT πŸ™






  3. Hello yash, you are rolling out the parathas like a pro!!..great job..thank you for the loveliest entry!

  4. Arre waah!! Yash. Awesome parathas, dear. Now next time when I come will you make one for me too?

  5. Hello Yash,

    You are going to be a big cook one day! I started off my cooking by rolling chapathi’s for my mom n grandmom…sitting just like you…on the floor. But the only difference was …I was just 3 yrs old then πŸ™‚

    All the best!!

  6. Yash you make wonderful Parathas. Even after lots of practise I cannot make round parathas as you do. Good job kiddoo..

  7. Yash – you are a pro πŸ™‚

    To make such perfect round parathas shows how good you are πŸ™‚

    So who was the lucky one who got to eat your paratha? Hope one day I get to visit you and become the lucky one πŸ™‚

    Lots of luv and hugs

  8. Shabash Yash!Good job buddy. Your parathas look good enough to eat. I wish I could see your face too.
    Keep on rolling.

  9. Yash,
    You are such a wonderful little boy. You seem to roll paraths like an expert with your cute little hands.
    I admire you for helping your mom at this age. My wishes to you!
    I also liked the Dessert you & your Mom have made. Hope to see more of your creations.

  10. Hello Yash,
    It is so sweet of you to help your mom in kitchen πŸ™‚ and your parathas are absolutely round and they look yummy too, keep up the good work beta.

  11. Yash is following Mom’s footsteps.. rolled a thin round paratha.. looking forward for more recipes from Yash.

  12. One celebrity chef in making. Way to go Yash!!! You are done a better job than me ( and I bet a lot of us). So proud of you.

  13. Hi Yash,

    I am sitting next to your father in the office. Heard lot of things about you…. Today I understand why he talks about you so much…

    Keep up the nice work buddy… Great Job…Help Mummy all the time…

    Vishal πŸ™‚

  14. outstanding job Yash !! i bet your parents are extremely proud of you. keep up the good work

  15. Thanks for these comments.

  16. Yash beta,

    Excellent. God bless you and keep it up


  17. Awee shoooooooo sweet πŸ˜€
    Agree with Uma and Soma.. Celeb Chef in the making…
    I just loved him humming.. “patla karu..right-left…right-left”
    soo cute πŸ˜€

  18. Yash beta,

    Excellent. God bless you and keep it up


  19. Thats the most wonderful thing a boy of that age can do πŸ™‚ Indeed a Chef in making πŸ™‚ I loved his instructions πŸ™‚ He rolls it better than me πŸ™‚

  20. outstanding job Yash !! i bet your parents are extremely proud of you. keep up the good work

  21. outstanding job Yash !! i bet your parents are extremely proud of you. keep up the good work

  22. Dear Yash,

    That was WOW. Seriously! Especially your 6-fold wrapping of the roti dough around the big ball of potato. Do you know TacoBell spends ages trying to teach their grown-up employees how to do that 6-fold wrap on their quesadillas (which are cheese parathas)?!!

    Here is one more recipe for you:

    make 2 thin rotis of paratha dough and half cook them dry, without any oil. Now put one back on the pan and spread it with grated cheese: cheddar is good, mix with Amul & mozzarella. You may also sprinkle finely chopped green onion on the cheese.

    Now put roti number 2 (#2) back on top of this cheese, and cook like a paratha. Add a tiny bit of ghee or olive oil all around & beneath the roti lying on the pan. When the heat starts melting the cheese, it will stick to roti#2. Now turn the whole thing around carefully and fry this side too until everything is gooey and the rotis are as crunchy or as soft as YOU like.

    This is your quesadilla!! Eat with a sliced avocado spread with lime juice, or tomato slices & cucumber. No salt will be needed on either paratha or avocado.

    We shall keep your video until Mother Dearest is searching for your wife. Then, everyone can enjoy your talent, and it will be proof to your beloved that her hubby-to-be can REALLY COOK!! I am sure not many girls will cook 20 years from now, so you will have first claim on the nicest persons!! Even better than Sachin’s wife!

    Much love,


  23. Wow!! Yash,
    My Hats off to you for making this Perfect Paratha….Way to go Boy!!
    I m new to your Website and I must say I m glad to see you…Bravo!!

  24. congrats yash ur dng v wel.. al d bst in ur future

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