Thursday, July 06, 2006

Cabbage Paratha

Ingredients

1. 1/4 Cabbage
2. Shredded Carrot
3. Salt
4. 3-4 cups Wheat Flour
5. Any Garam Masala 1 tsp.
6. GheeGreen Chillies
7. Coriander

Method

1. Shred the cabbage (with sharp knife,) finely.
2. Put it in a larg bowl along with shredded carrots, Sprinkle some salt over it and keep aside.
3. Chop chillies and coriander very fine and add to cabbage. Put garam masala, wheat flour, add little warm water and knead well. (Try to use less water, as cabbage will leave some juice.) You can add more flour if necessery.
4. Heat tava, roll out paratha of kneaded flour, use ghee for rosting. Rost well. Eat with pickle, dahi.

10 comments:

Ashwini said...

Hey Manjusha thanks for your comments on my blog. Welcome to blogworld! Good luck :-)
You know I have been to Indianapolis and Bloomington when we were in Chicago.

Vaishali said...

Hi Manjusha,
Came to your blog through Ashwini's. Welcome to the blogosphere. :)
Btw, maybe you could consider changing the background or the font colour? Grey on yellow is a little difficult to read.

Anupama said...

Hi Manjusha, Came to your blog thru Ahwini's. Read your cabbage parathas and loved the recipe for its simplicity. My family is an avid paratha eater and I made some just two days back in almost the same way you did but with grated carrots . I think you will those too. Come over to my blog someday.

india plaza said...

Hey Manjusha,

Very nutritious dish. Shall try soon.

-Divya

Priya Dilip said...

Hi..
tried ur paratha.. turned out very well adn tasting good too.. u can check out yours in my site http://sizzlingkitchen.blogspot.com/2006/12/zucchini-fry.html
we ate it along withj zucchini fry...

thanks for sharing
Priya Dilip

priya Dilip said...

Hi..
tried ur paratha with zucchhini fry.. paratha turned out well and we all liked it..
thanks for sharing
Priya Dilip

Manjusha Nimbalkar said...

hey priya,

im Glad u liked it. Thanks for your comment.

Smita said...

Hi looked up lots of sites for recipe for kobi cha paratha,this one is perfect...thnx!

Smita Pandit

Anonymous said...

you have black background which makes old people like us have difficulty in reading. Even newspapers have started this. They feel it is a new style but it isn,t.Even the look is not very pleasant.

Anonymous said...

you have not explained how u got the shape of paratha as shown in the picture.