Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Meethi paratha



Meethi parathas always reminds me of my school days when each of us would get tiffins filled with variety of dishes, mine was always dominated with south Indian dishes like idli or dosa, mostly others would get the staple chapati with vegetable sabzi, and my best friend would get usually stuffed parathas, like aloo, gobi, muli, meethi,egg etc. she being a big fan of idlis and dosas and me of parathas so we would swap! and the parathas tasted so good with home made lemon pickle yumm!! even now we talk about our good old days and yummy tiffins.



This recipe is pretty simple and healthy, I usually make this in stock and keep it in then freezer
and whenever needed just take out a few and pop it in the microwave, it is good as new.
what u need :-

wheat flour (atta)-2 cups
meethi leaves-1cup chopped
I use the frozen meethi cubes-2
turmeric-1/2 teaspoon
chilli pwd- 1/2 teaspoon
jeera pwd-1/2 teaspoon
ajwain-1/2 teaspoon
garlic-green chilli paste-1 teaspoon
salt to taste


mix all the above ingredients together by adding hot water this makes the parathas soft.cover the dough and keep aside for 20 minutes, than make a flat griddle hot and make small balls of the dough, roll out rotis if needed add oil when
rolling .
put the paratha on the pan, that is when one side is done on the pan, apply oil on it and then later on the other side as well and cook it till it has brown spots on it.
Serve hot with curd and your choice of pickle.

7 comments:

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi...
Ur meethi paratha is looking great. I also make the same type of paratha, but have not used ajwain seeds....Will give it a try this time...

Vcuisine said...

Paratha in any form is delicious that too with methi - could fee the taste. Tks for sharing. Viji

Asha said...

Love the puffs MR!! I can't see the comment section in your new post,so I am leaving it here:))

Meera's Blog said...

puffs looks sooo nice:)somehow,i couldnt post this comment on that recipe !so iam posting here:)

Seena said...

Comment section is not there in the new post.Can we prepare puff in Microwave?
love your recipes..

mallurecipes said...

Thank u all for the comments,
there is a problem with comment section of vegetable puffs,
manufacturing defect:)
Seena usually I make the puffs in oven have not yet tried it in the microwave.

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hay ur vegg puffs is looking nice...Nice picture....I love it....

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