It is made by potato stuffing in flour base. Aloo paratha comprises approximately 177 calories which include carbohydrate, protein and even fibres.
Proper preparation of Aloo Paratha can be beneficial.
Replace wheat or maida flour with multigrain flour. Avoid adding extra ghee, cheese or butter in or over it. As adding, it can raise the bad cholesterol in your body. It is harmful to a diabetic and obese person.
Indians love Aloo Paratha and it is their favourite choice for either breakfast, lunch or whether it be dinner. Potato is rich in simple carbohydrates so avoid it when you have to lose weight but if you want to gain weight, it can be a good option.
Still, if you are trying to lose weight and can’t resist Aloo Paratha, a simple change in your daily regime can help you burn the extra calorie consumed by it.
Some basic exercise like
Walking for 53minutes
Running for 18minutes
Cycling for 24 minutes
or just swimming for 30 minutes