Sunday, April 24, 2011

Oriental style paratha

Inspired from a Sanjeev Kapoor recipe


1 cup of chopped cabbage or shredded
2 medium carrots chopped lengthwise or grated
2 onions chopped lengthwise
2 tsp oil
Salt to taste
1 tsp red chilli sauce
1 tsp soya sauce

For the dough -

2 cups of wheat flour
Salt to taste
Milk or water

If you wish to make oil free parathas, use milk to make a soft dough of wheat flour and salt. Else you can use water to make the dough. Keep covered for atleast 1/2 hour.

Heat the oil and add onions. Fry till it starts turning pink and then add cabbage and carrot.

Fry for a few mins till soft and then add the soya sauce and red chilli sauce. Add a little bit of salt only as soya sauce already has salt. Mix well on high flame for 2 mins. The stuffing is ready.

Make balls of the dough and roll into thick rotis. Place a little stuffing in the center.

Gather the dough from the corners and cover the stuffing completely. Dust with little flour and roll again slowly to make a thick paratha. Heat the tava and place the paratha on it. Apply a little oil or ghee in the sides and cook till brown spots appear. Turn and cook on other side also.

Serve hot with curds.

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