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January 8, 2010

Cabbage Paratha



A quick fix meal for dinner or lunch!

For the stuffing:
Shredded Cabbage and Carrot- 2 cups( I used store bought shredded cabbage and carrots)
Salt
Hing- a pinch
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Red chilli powder or finely minced green chilli
Garam masala powder-1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves chopped-a handful
Jeera-1 tsp
Ginger/Garlic grated(optional)-1/2 tsp each(or less)

For the dough:
Whole Wheat Flour-roughly 2 cups
Salt
Water as needed

Method:
Mix the flour and salt. Add water little by little and make a soft dough. Set aside.
Mix all the ingredients required to make the stuffing.
Heat oil in a pan. Fry the veggies until they become soft(2-3 minutes).

To make parathas:
Divide the dough into golf sized balls.
Lightly flour the rolling board.
Take a ball and roll out into 5 inch circle using a rolling pin.
Place 2 tbsp of the stuffing in the center.
Lift the edges and bring together in the center and press the ends well and seal it.
Flatten the ball carefully into a big circle.
Remove any filling that oozes out while rolling the dough.
Heat a griddle. Cook the parathas on both sides with ghee or oil to golden brown.
Serve with raitha/yogurt/pickle.

46 comments:

  1. Yummy paratha Mahi :) very healthy too.I jus want to try it so badly for lunch tomorrow!

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  2. These look like quesadillas! Makes great meal!

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  3. I also make it in similar way..just love any kind of paratha's...lovely click dear

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  4. Healthy tasty parathas...nice click, the shape looks nice!

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  5. yummy, colourful, and well aligned

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  6. The Parathas look too inviting...Its about to be lunch-time here, Can i have a bite please:)

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  7. nice presentation dear....healthy paratha

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  8. Oh yeah, I have some cabbage and carrot to use up in the fridge, yum!

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  9. Cabbage paratha & click looks awesome..liked the perfect shape you got..out of these

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  10. Cabbage Paratha look delicious and interesting recipe.

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  11. very nice idea, never thot of stuffing parathas with cabbage! I see u used raw cabbage, how did it tatse? did cook in the event of toasting paratha?

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  12. Delicious Paratha mahima, love the click !

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  13. Paratha looks perfect and inviting!.. nice :)

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  14. looks fantastic, must be tasty...can't wait to make and eat.

    http://joyofcooking247.blogspot.com

    cheers

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  15. Such a beautiful stuffed cabbage parathas...yumm!!

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  16. Nice one Mahimaa.. I have the same question as another commenter - did the cabbage get cooked when you cook the parathas?

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  17. lovely and yummy..looks really nice and spicy..

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  18. Looks yummy and delicious... Nice click...

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  19. Yummy and tasty paratha, Awesome Click and presentation.

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  20. ah, this is the one you were telling me about! they look good :)

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  21. Still have not tried cabbage paratha,yet have heard that it tastes too good,looks so tempting Mahima!

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  22. Kanna,
    Your paratha looks perfect and inviting
    Appa

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  23. Nice, yummy looking parathas. I also make it in the same manner. The only difference is that i usually boil the cabbage and drain it before stuffing.
    In your spare time have a look at my blog also (http://hamareerasoi.blogspot.com/)

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  24. Looks very delicious and tempting...first time here..all recipes looks very good...

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  25. Hmmm..Yummy...

    Can you just tell me how many parathas your recipe will make... want to give it a try..

    do drop down to my blog at
    www.theveggiehut.blogspot.com

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  26. Parathas look lovely, nice click!

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  27. Parathas look and sound delicious ! Lovely pics...

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  28. looks yum. never tried cabbage in paratha before.

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  29. The background really picked all the veggie color u stuffed! Looks pretty!

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  30. Hey Mahima,

    thanks for visiting my blog...you know what i've made this paratha this morning,none left to take a pic!!!!!!!

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  31. Thanks Mahima... I will try out your cabbage parathas and will let you know how they came out..

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Cheers

    Jyoti

    www.theveggiehut.blogspot.com

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  32. stuffed cabbage parata , mm yummy

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  33. looks sooo delicious. tempting click..

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  34. hey, can u tell me how to link back my entry for your event..
    Thanks

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  35. Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous new year.
    I liked your blog very much. I appreciate for your wonderful presentation. Cabbage paratha looks delicious and yummy. I have become your follower so I will be visiting your blog hereafter. You are welcome in my blogs.

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  36. Gorgeous looking Cabbage parathas, love the pics as always.

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  37. after frying the cabbage carrot gravy leave it over the counter for few minutes. the gravy will start watering. use the water to make chappati dough (reduce salt in dough)

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  38. Parathas look awesome. I like the way the atta layer looks crip with cabbage stuffing soft inside. Will give a try.

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  39. Hi mahima,
    I tried these parathas yesterday and it turned out to be delicious..!

    -Sandhya

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