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Cabbage Garlic Paratha

Cabbage Garlic Paratha
Cabbage Garlic Paratha
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  • Serves4 Person(s)
  • CategoryVeg
  • Cuisine TypeIndian
  • Good for breakfast , Dinner
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About this Recipe

Cabbage Garlic Paratha is the lip smacking, Spicy & flavoursome Paratha. I made this adding roasted Besan flour with Cabbage and Garlic and We just loved this Paratha very much.

Ingredients & Quantity
  • Whole wheat Flour 300 gms , Salt to taste and Oil 2 tea spoons
  • Grated Cabbage from ½ kg of cabbage and Garlic heads 8
  • Finely chopped onions 3 tb spoons and Finely chopped green chillies 1 tea spoon
  • Red chilli powder ½ tea spoon and Cumin seeds powder ½ tea spoon
  • Oil 2 tb spoons and Besan flour (Gram Flour) 2 tb spoons
How to cook?
  1. Knead a soft Chapathi dough with wheat flour, salt, water and oil and keep aside.
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  3. Crush the garlic and keep aside. Heat a pan and dry roast the besan flour till nice aroma comes and colour changes and keep aside.
  4. Now heat a wok or pan with oil and add the onions. While it gets fried add required salt to it and fry.Add the green chillies, red chilli powder, garlic and stir well. Now add the grated cabbage and mix well. Let the flame be in high. Keep stirring. Shortly the cabbage gives out water. Don’t bother.
  5. Cabbage Garlic Paratha
  6. The water gets absorbed fastly and the stuff will start getting cooked. Now add the roasted besan flour and stir well. The flour helps to bind the stuff together well. Switch off the stove. After the stuff gets cooled down make lemon size balls out of them and keep aside.
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  8. Take bigger size balls from roti dough and roll to small rounds of palm size. Keep the Cabbage stuff in the middle. Bring the edges to the centre and make a ball. Again gently dusting some wheat flour on them roll in to rotis of rounds. Heat a tawa and cook them on both sides with oil or ghee. Serve hot with curd, or sauce or pickle of your choice…
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Now a days I am always searching something new to eat for my daughter, which is simple, easy and yet nutritious and I feelall mums on same boat. Trying this paratha tomorrow.

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