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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Leftover Gobhi Parantha

My mom used to make these paranthas very often for breakfast. I am very fond of these yummy paranthas since my childhood. Its a perfect way to use leftover subji. These paranthas came out very tasty. So next time do not throw away your subji and try these yummy paranthas.






Ingredients

For Dough
    
Sifted Wheat Flour
    2 Cups
Ghee/Oil
    1 Tbsp
Water
    1- 1 1/2 Cup
For Filling
    
Leftover Gobhi Subji
    1 Bowl
Finely Chopped Onion
    2 Medium
Finely Chopped Green Chilies
    1-2
Finely Chopped Fresh Coriander
    2 tsp
Red Chili Powder
    1/2 tsp
Ghee/Oil
    For Frying
Salt
    As per Taste

Method
1.    To Make Dough:-
Mix flour, salt, ghee and water. Knead till dough is smooth and elastic. Keep cover with a damp cloth about 30 min..
2.    To Make Filling:-
Mash the subji very well. Add onions, green chili, salt, red chilli powder, fresh coriander and mix very well. Check the seasoning.
3.    Roll ball out of the dough. Place round on the palm of hand. Cup hand slightly to form a depression in center of round.
4.    Put amount of filling on round. Surround filling evenly with dough by gently opening and closing hand slightly in pulsating motion till some edges just meet. Pinch together the edges which meet just enough to seal. Pat sealed area to get an even thickness of dough. Repeat till round is closed fully.
5.    Placed stuffed round on board. Flatten slightly. Sprinkle some flour, roll into a flat round 4"inch/10 cm in diameter.
6.    Heat tava/griddle on a medium heat for about 3-5 min..
7.    Put round/parantha on tava. Cook for 1 min. Spread 1/2 tsp ghee/oil all over top surface of round. Turn over.
8.    Spread 1/2 tsp ghee.oil in the same way. Turn over.
9.    Lightly press entire round with spatula, rotating and pressing a small area at a time.
10.  Continue pressing and turning till parantha is evenly brown and crispy on both sides. Remove and serve with butter, curd and a cup of tea.







Sending this to Harini's and Srivalli's "
Kid's Delight - Dressing up Leftovers" and Amy's "Love your food- Don't waste it"


17 comments:

  1. This is a great idea....Thanks a lot for sharing it with my event.Parata look tasty!!

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  2. Very tempting Parathas indeed. Thanks for passing it on to the event Kid's Delight - Dressing up leftovers

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  3. that was really yummy.... thanks for sharing....

    Dish Name Starts With K
    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  4. umm.. that looks so tasty.. prb is my kids love gobhi so much that there is no left over. LOL

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  5. Wonderfully prepared gobi parathas prepared by using leftovers. Lovely meal.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. This looks delicious..Should try it some day...Thanks for the recipe dear.

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  7. delicious and yummy parathas..lovely combo with raitha!!

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  8. yummy and delicious parathas, hot parathas and raita.. sounds so great !!

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  9. Nice idea. Turning the leftover to a delicious paratha.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    My Kitchen Experiments

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  10. Excellent and brilliant idea of using the leftovers to an incredible healthy paratha..

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  11. Parathas looks yummy and delicious.Nice idea

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  12. I love gobi paranthas... & what better than to turn leftovers into tasty fare.. :)

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  13. Great idea to use the leftovers.... will try it definitely.. :-)

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