Monday, August 30, 2010

METHI PARATHA

I have attempted methi parathas very few times and i dont have a proper recipe, and very recently i got this recipe from my friend,who makes this very nicely. So after kowing the proper recipe, now i wanted to try this and blog this one. So without any delay i went to the market the next day and bought these fresh methi leaves and tried the paratha.

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It came out very nice and  i loved the texture of the dough while rolling it.

methi paratha

INGREDIENTS:

METHI LEAVES 1 BUNCH
ATTA FLOUR 2 CUPS
SALT AS NEEDED
MILK 1 CUP
CORIANDER POWDER 1/2 TSP
CHILLI POWDER 1/2 TSP
TURMERIC POWDER A PINCH
GARLIC (CRUSHED) 2-3 PODS
CUMIN SEEDS 1/4 SEEDS
AJWAIN VERY FEW
OIL 1 TBLSP
WATER 1/4 CUP
GARAM MASALA A PINCH(OPTIONAL)

METHOD:

  • Clean the leaves and cut them into finely.
  • Wash them thoroughly
  • Crush the garlic (a mortar and pestle can do this job)
  • In a kadai, add 2 tsp of oil and put the cuminseeds and crushed garlic.
  • Just saute them for a minute .

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  • Add the methi leaves and throw in the chilli powder,coriander powder ,turmeric powder ,salt and garam masala(if using).
  • Saute for 3-5 mins.

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  • Now switch off the flame and add this mixture to the atta flour
  • Mix this nicely.
  • Add the ajwain seeds.
  • Add the milk and start kneading it into a smooth dough.
  • Add water also as the quantity of milk won’t be sufficient to knead the dough.
  • Add a tsp of oil to the dough and cover it with a lid and let this it for half an hour.
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  • Make equal balls out of these dough and roll them into circles.
  • Since i decided to make   parathas ,i rolled it into little thick circle.

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  • Heat a tawa and  put the paratha in it.
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  • When it is done on both sides,add a tsp of oil and transfer it to a plate.
  • Repeat this process for the rest of the balls.
  • Serve hot with any pickle/yogurt.

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Note:

You can replace homemade sambhar powder  for chilli powder and coriander powder.

Adding garlic to this will subdue the flavour of methi , but not much more.

If you want the flavour of methi leaves in particular, just skip the procedure of adding garlic.

Sauting methi leaves will reduce the bitterness of the leaves.

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29 comments:

  1. One of my favourite parathas... Absolutely delicious!

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  2. Wow..my all time fav..looks delicious !!
    Clicks are very very tempting:)

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  3. Thats toooo quick rachana and aipi.
    Thanks for ur encouraging comments

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  4. wow...lovely paratha jeyashri...delicious..

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  5. Beautiful & perfect looking paratha..nice click too..:)

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  6. I love them....I dont add garlic,rest all same..and I dont even saute them..I like to use them fresh.

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  7. I like it.... I add 2 peanut sized jaggery and dont add garlic....
    Lovely click :)

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  8. lovely clicks jeyashri,looks yum

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  9. thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe.even I am gonna to make this 2morrow.

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  10. Nice clicks....luv methi thepla very much....just need raita to finish off the plate

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  11. fav paratha.....looks so tempting and soft!!!!

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  12. Excellent one dear!!! beautiful pics.

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  13. Looks so perfect !!! Reminds me of my Mom..She makes all kind of stuffed paratha's. I'm surely trying this..Bookmarked !!!!

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  14. My very very fav one and i dont saute them... rest are same. Pictures are beautiful.

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  15. Wat a healthy parathas, looks awesome..

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  16. Perfect parathas n healthy tooo...

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  17. Adding garlic is a nice twist to methi paratha,will try once! Love the first picture very much!

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  18. fantastic paratha,very tempting pics...

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  19. Totally new way for me to make methi paratha, love to try this. Come and collect your award from my blog.

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  20. Hi,

    great healthy paratha...

    lovely clicks too!!!

    sameena

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  21. oh I love this..looks so yummy!!

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  22. Looks so delicious paratha..

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  23. Sounds healthy and delicious, lovely click...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  24. flavorful paratha...looks perfectly yumm

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  25. One of my favourite parathas!

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  26. Absolutely delicious and tempting. Luv the pictures too

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  27. jeyama, its looking wonderful...i got the feel of eating it....

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  28. looks very very delicious and tempting... will definitely try it out

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