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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Palak/Spinach Paratha



Ingredients:

1/2 cup wheat flour
1/2 cup chickpea flour/Besan
Bunch of Spinach (Palak)
1 tablespoon oil
2 tablespoon milk
Salt to taste

Preparation Method

  • Chop bunch of spinach, sprinkle some salt on top and keep it aside for 15-20mins. Spinach releases lots of water by itself, so it becomes easy for us to knead the dough without much milk or water 
  •  Once spinach is done add 1 tablespoon oil, wheat flour and chickpea flour Mix all well and starting preparing for a dough. If the mixture is still tough to knead then add milk in between until you get a nice soft dough 
  •  Now keep the dough aside for as long as you can cover it with some cloth or minimum half an hour. 
  •   Roll them into parathas of your shape and serve hot with chutney, curd/yogurt, gravy, butter whatever you like.

17 comments:

Priya said...

Healthy green parathas looks fabulou..

Sabby said...

Thanks Priya :)






Dr.Sameena Prathap
said...

Hi Sabby,

Those parathas look lovely dear...:)

Dr.Sameena@

http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

Toby said...

I have a "TON" of ondwha flour that I'm still trying to find uses for. Do you think I could subsdtitute it for the plain chickpea flour?

Kristen said...

They sound so good and tasty.

Torviewtoronto said...

healthy delicious
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Debbie B. said...

Looks really simple and tasty!

Sabby said...

Thanks Sameena, Toby, kristen, Debbie and torview toronto for visiting me....
@Toby May be you can give it a try and let me know how that comes out...

Pushpa said...

Healthy and yummy paratha....

simplehomefood.com

Mrs K said...

Sabby you got to be kidding !!! I love how you have all these tabs under the blogs header,how did you do it ??? Yes- I do love the paranthas,they look great-Parantha & chai - My idea of," mast khana;)"
Everytime my father was away on buisness trips my mom would make parantha & chai for us , now it is my comfort food:)

Sabby said...

@Mrs K Thanks so much for visiting my blog :)Yeah Parathas are really quick and yummm....
Regarding those tabs all you have to do is just drag the stuff you want below header. Like i just moved by labels below header in Design.

Amy said...

Sounds delicious! I love paratha, and the spinach is a great addition!

Ovenista - Baked Happiness said...

Its really mouthwatering Indian recipe. Paratha are widely known as punjabi recipes in India. Indian cuisine recipes are widely popular for their taste and flavor

Elisabeth said...

Love this Palak=spinach dish...Paratha, is that what you call it?...cool!

Sabby-I have a "shout out" for you on my recent post. Inspired by your spices, and dishes. Will post recipe later. Check it out, it links back to your blog!

Sabby said...

Many Thanks Elisabeth for the "Shout out"
I am so happy i cant tell you to read this on your blog.....recipe looks absolutely delicious and lovely
Happy Cooking and stay in touch :)

aipi said...

One of my favorite parathas..looks really nice!
First time here..loving you collection..will be here often :)
Take care

US Masala

Pavithra said...

Spinach parata looks so so delicious.. beautiful.

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