On days when you run out of veggies at home make these papad stuffed parathas .. Crush the roasted papads, add finely chopped onions, green chillies, coriander leaves, salt and spices. It really makes a tasty filling. Enjoy them with curd and pickle
Wheat flour ....... 2-3 cups
Papads .............. 3-4 toasted or fried (crushed)
Onions ............. 1 (finely chopped)
Green chillies .... 2 (finely chopped)
Coriander leaves ... handful (finely chopped)
Amchoor ............. 1/2 tsp.
Red chilli powder .. 1/4 tsp.
Cumin powder ...... 1/2 tsp.
Salt ...................... to taste
Ghee / oil
1. Knead a soft dough adding a little salt and 1 tbsp. ghee or oil. Set aside for 30-40 minutes.
2.Crush the papads and add onion, coriander leaves, green chillies and the dry masalas and just a pinch of salt as the papads are already salty.(this has to be mixed just when you are ready to roll the parathas.)
3. Roll out a little dough, apply a tsp. of oil and stuff it with the mix. Seal it like a pouch and roll again carefully. Roast the parathas on a griddle adding a little ghee while roasting.
4. Serve hot with dahi or pickle.
Recipe Source: Rasoi Se - ETV Rajasthan
Chef - Pushpa Taneja.
Chef - Pushpa Taneja.
wonderful innovative recipe dear... lovely..ReplyDelete
Thanks Srividhya :)Delete
A very different and paratha. Loved it :)ReplyDelete
That must make for a crunchy, delicious surprise in the parathas - very innovative..ReplyDelete
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Infact I should also thank you for starting such a nice weekly event which makes us try out all those recipes that we saved to make some day.
papad paratha new n sounds interesting n looks yummy...ReplyDelete
I made it for the first time too :)Delete
sure is a crunchy and yummy paratha...love it!!ReplyDelete
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Delicious and flavorful paratha....ReplyDelete
This is a new type of Paratha for me. Looks good. Thanks for visiting TOM.ReplyDelete
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awesome paratha recipe....a must try indeed!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Roshan for visiting..do let me know how you liked the taste of it when you make.Delete
Very interesting and yummy paratha!ReplyDelete
Interesting filling :)ReplyDelete
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Keep visiting...I saw your blog too....following it.
Shoba,this is my first time on your blog,just happen to stumble upon it while I was visiting Dr Sameena,s Blog. Boy !!! I am so thrilled to be here and go thorugh such amazing recipes. Papad parnatha is my favorite. You will see more of me here....I would love to follow you:)ReplyDelete
Thanks Kavita for your appreciative words...I just visited your blog too....lovely recipes.will check all of them leisurely.Delete
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cruncy and delicious pratha.1st time here . u have wonderful space do visit my blogReplyDelete
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Innovative..sounds delicious,must try thisReplyDelete
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yummy delicious its tasty great cooking!!!it reminds of mom's recipes best wishes!!ReplyDelete
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That's really a Sweet compliment!
All the children adore their moms cooking ...so do mine.
I'm so happy to find you. And thanks a lot for sharing this crispy, hatke paratha. I can see many yummy recipes in your gallery so let me roam around here for a while....ReplyDelete
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I do make this.....looks really yummyReplyDelete
Thanks Pratibha..yes it is definitely yummy and an easy dish.Delete
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wow...thats an amazing recipe dear.loved it !ReplyDelete
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New innovative idea. Please visit my blog for some awards.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking and also for the awards AnuDelete
Hi Shobha, This is looking absolutely delightful Paranthas. Very nicely made and presented.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the compliment SoniaDelete
Lovely recipe, very interesting with papad.ReplyDelete
Hi shobha. My morning blog walk, found yours a monika’s.. now I know that in paratha , the ingredients are wrapped up, before rolling on them again.. I like spicy food, must try..thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Yes dear .. the stuffed flat breads are called parathasDelete
Very nice presentation.Delicious and easy to prepare.ReplyDelete
How unique and delicious! They look wonderful!ReplyDelete