Power ingredients in a parantha

Power ingredients in a parantha

I absolutely heart one pot or rather one dish meals... yes I love cooking and there are times when I have made a 5-course meal for many people but there are times when I dont want to do anything and make one item which will be a complete balance meal... pulaos, khichdis, pastas are the usual that come to mind when we talk about one dish meal but what about paranthas? There are so many things we can do to a parantha and come up with a yummy and fully balanced meal in itself.

Couple of weeks back in such a frame of mind... I made this.... it tasted absolutely divine and with a bowl of curd and some salad.. a meal in itself couldnt have been healthier.

Power ingredients in a paranthaI absolutely heart one pot or rather one dish meals... yes I love cooking and there are times when I have made a 5-course meal for many people but there are times when I dont want to do anything and make one item which will be a complete balance meal... pulaos, khichdis, pastas are the usual that co...

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    Ingredients

    Whole wheat flour
    1 cup
    Ragi flour
    1/2 cup
    Soya flour
    1/2
    Gram flour
    1/2
    Methi leaves pureed
    1 bunch
    Spinach leaves chopped finely
    1 bunch
    Small onion chopped finely
    1
    Oil for kneading
    1 tsp
    Ajwain
    1/2 tsp
    Curd (sigh how i missed it when i typed it first)
    1/2 cup
    Salt and chilli powder (u can also use green chillies, I avoided because of ojas)

    Steps

    1. Mix together all ingredients and knead to make a soft chapati dough
    2. Take a ball to make paranthas... roll into a chapathi size and then spread oil on top and roll in it a spiral
    3. Roll again and u will get enough lachas in the parantha :) u can ofcourse make paranthas as u choose :) and enjoy a power packed meal.

    Wheat and ragi provide the cereals, gram flour and soya the pulses and hence the protien... methi and spinach the veggies and that too green veggies... some curd added to the doufh and then a little curd to eat along for dairy products and its as balanced as it can get.

    Power ingredients in a parantha

    Ok swaram promise this is the last one and then in the weekend I will be quiet no posts ;)

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