Rotis can be made with so many variations. Any kind of masala roti makes a meal on its own served with dahi and pickle. Sometimes we have left over sabzis and I love to use them this way. Just knead the dough with it adding any masalas of your preference and coriander leaves or methi leaves for extra flavours. Today I made some with left over cabbage sabzi.
Wheat flour .... 2 cups (or as needed)
Cabbage sabzi .. 3/4 th cup
Coriander leaves ... handful
Green chillies ...... 1 (finely sliced)
Ajwain / Carom seeds .. 1/2 tsp
Salt .................. to taste
Oil or Desi ghee .. 1 tbsp in the dough + for making rotis.
1. Knead the dough for rotis using the left over sabzi, coriander leaves, green chillies, ajwain, salt and a spoon of oil or ghee.
2. You can use a little water or curd also if needed.
3. Roll out the rotis slightly thicker than the usual ones.
4. Roast them on a griddle spooning a little oil or ghee.
healthy and delicious parathas..ReplyDelete
i also add up leftovers in flour and make parathas, love the jalapenos pickle.ReplyDelete
Best our of leftovers. Brilliant way to get kids to eat too rite?ReplyDelete
Right Sherin. moms are always innovative when it comes to kids foodDelete
Hi Shobha, This is a good idea of cabbage parathas.ReplyDelete
Healthy and delicious cabbage paratha. Love the idea of using up leftover vegetables.ReplyDelete
Yes dear. We all learnt this from our elders.Delete
Cabbage is such an under utilized veg in my book. I had never thought of using it in parathas before but this is such a great idea and I will definitely be making these again.ReplyDelete
Thanks dear. We all learn from each other all these new variations.Delete
I love to make such parathas, a good way to add some veggies to your kids diet and it taste so delicious too. I add cumin seeds instead of ajwain but I get why you are adding that. Will do that next time.ReplyDelete
Thanks Renu. You are right. This way they will happily eat everything that they don't like without their knowledge.Delete