Put the wheat in a large bowl. Add water little by little and knead to make a smooth but non-sticky dough. Apply a few drops of oil on the dough, cover and keep aside.
Boil, peel and mash the potatoes.
Mix the mashed potatoes with all the other ingredients except the oil/ ghee.
Heat a griddle (tawa) on medium flame. Take a lemon size ball of dough, dust some flour on the ball and slightly roll it to make a small disc.
Put some potato stuffing at the center of that disc, pull the corners together, seal them and pinch off the excess dough from the top.
Roll the ball between your palms to give it a ball-like shape. Slightly flatten the ball by pressing between your palms and dust it nicely with wheat flour.
Roll it gently with the help of a rolling pin. Don’t apply too much pressure otherwise, the stuffing will come out.
Once done, place the paratha on a hot griddle. When small bubbles start appearing on the upper side, flip it over and apply ghee/oil on the cooked side. Flip it again and apply oil to the other side too. Pan fry from both sides until you see nice golden brown spots.
Serve hot with tea/ curd and pickle.