Before making paratha divide the dough into equal parts and arrange it on a plate. In the same way divide the stuffing into equal parts and make balls equal to the size of dough balls. Place it on a plate.
Take one of the dough balls and spread it out with the rolling-pin as we make for roti.
Since we are going to make paratha the roti should be thicker than that we make for plain roti.
Place the stuffing in the centre of the roti.
Fold the roti from all thesides. Now they appear like a modhak.
Coat it with the wheat flour on all the sides and keep aside.
Follow the same step for all the balls.
Dust it in wheat flour and spread it carefully. Take care that the stuffing donot come out.
Now heat the tava and drizzle some oil. Place the paratha and drizzle some ghee or oil.
When the paratha change in colour, it starts to puff up. You can see the brown spots on it.
Now turn it upside down and cook on the other side.
Make sure that they change in colour on both the sides.
Repeat the same step for other parathas.
Serve it hot with raitha(Take a small cup of thick curd. Add a tsp of salt, pinch of jeera powder, red chilli powder and garnish with chopped coriander).
Paratha tastes yummy.