Take one ball of dough and roll it into a 4-5 inch diameter roti by dusting some flour.
Further, put one aloo stuffing ball on it.
Bring the edges towards the center to close the stuffing inside the rolled roti for making the potato stuffed paratha. Flatten the stuffed ball gently between your palms.
Roll out the stuffed ball into an 8-9 inches diameter roti by rolling gently with the rolling pin and dusting with some wheat flour.
Heat a non-stick tawa and drizzle a few drops of oil on it for greasing just to make sure that the paratha does not stick.
Transfer the rolled-out stuffed roti on the tawa and continue cooking on medium-high flame till the bubbles appear on it.
After a minute, flip the paratha and cook the other side of the paratha.
Flip the side again and now spread 1/2 tsp oil or ghee on the paratha and flip again.
Apply the ghee or oil on the other side also and flip and cook by pressing with a spatula.
Serve easy to make irresistible aloo paratha (aalu ka paratha or potato paratha) with butter, curd, or pickle.