I saw this recipe on a cookery show "Rasoi Se" on ETV Rajasthan. Liked the idea of making saffron flavoured parathas. They would go well with all the shahi curries.
Wheat flour ..... 3/4 cup
Maida ............. 1/4 cup
Dessicated coconut .. 1 tbsp.
Paneer chena or grated paneer .. 2-3 tbsp.
Saffron ................... a pinch (Soaked in warm milk)
Cardamom powder ...... 1/8 tsp.
1. Knead ata and maida adding a little ghee, paneer, coconut, cardamom powder, saffron and salt to taste.You can use milk/water to knead. Set aside for a couple of hours to bring out the colour of saffron.
2. Roll out the parathas and roast on a griddle adding a little ghee.
Can be served with any curry. A different kind of paratha for your next party.
yummm... looks so delightful :)ReplyDelete
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I too watch etv Rasoi.Love this paratha...ReplyDelete
Wowww droolworthy and very interesting paratha..ReplyDelete
Ohh..these sound delightful..totally loving the filling recipe!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for linking this to bookmark event :)
thank you for linking this delicious parathaReplyDelete
Interesting parathas..looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a great looking paratha. Thanks for linking it to our event.ReplyDelete
wow..adding paneer and coconut is something unique nice combo.ReplyDelete
wow authentic dish Shoba...amaziing Paratha must sure be yum with dal mkniReplyDelete
I am sure this must have tasted really good. Like the cute arrangement of the parathas. Thank you for the lovely entry.ReplyDelete
I can just feel the aroma of this paratha, looks very delicious. Thank you for sending it to the events :)ReplyDelete
thanks for sending this flavorful and aromatic paratha to my event.. Looking for more yummy recipes!!ReplyDelete
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nice twist in paratha.ReplyDelete
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I love the idea of adding saffron to this paratha.ReplyDelete
Interesting and yum looking Parathas!ReplyDelete