23 May, 2012

Palak Lachcha Paratha/Spinach Lachcha Paratha

 Am Going to Post some  Colorful Recipes for 7days from today!! Yeah..it's a BM :) Am happy to do "Blogging Marathon ~16 "..This's my second time.I have chosen a theme "Cooking With Colors".Means,You are not supposed to add any food colors to it ,only Natural Colors!!That's the theme.Feels n sounds simple n Interesting so i selected it,because with my Little boy i couldn't take much complicated one!!So...Today's Color's Green.Let's move on to Today's recipe...



Ingredients:
  1. Wheat Flour-1 and half cup
  2. Ghee-1 teaspoon
  3. Jeera Powder-1/2 teaspoon
  4. Ajwain -1/2 teaspoon
  5. Salt
  6. Ghee and oil Mixed-2 tablespoon (Equal Amount)
For Spinach Puree:
  1. Fresh Spinach-About 2 cups
  2. Ginger-1 small piece
  3. Green Chilly-2 to 3 nos
Blend all three ingredients in Blender with adding very little amount of water. About 2 tablespoon of water.Then, Transfer in to bowl,and keep aside.




    

Method:
  • Take a wider bowl,add wheat flour.Add in ghee,Ajwain,salt and jeera Powder.Mix well in hands,avoid lumps.
  • Add the Spinach/Palak  puree ,knead in to very soft dough.Knead it for 10-12 mins.
  • Cover the dough and set aside.Rest it for 30 mins.
  • Make a equal sized balls.Take one from that ,make like our regular chapathai/Roti.
  • Add little ghee and oil mixture,spread well on the Paratha.
  • Now roll the paratha .Follow the Picture for the clear Idea. 
  • Now,roll it from the edge.Make a small pin wheel and keep it a side.
  • Do all paratha like the same.
  • Dip in to dry flour,roll it and make a paratha.
  • Heat the Pan,add ghee and make Parathas.
  • Cook/Roast in the both the sides.
  • Serve it with Pickle/Raitha.


Linking the recipe to Jullie's "Show me your HITS" started by Sangee's of " Spicy treats"



Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#16

23 comments:

  1. Paratha looks delicious! Lovely green colour~

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  2. Love the way you have described the steps....super. Wonderful clicks and healthy lachcha parathas. Nicely done.

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  3. Wow!!looks super tempting,nice idea to feed the kids Spinach.Healthy paratha....

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  4. Even my post with cooking with colour as theme for BM was pumpkin lacha paratha, your green parathas looks super catchy and delicious Prabha.

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  5. palak lacha paratha looks flaky n perfect! colorful too!!
    Spicy Treats

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  6. lachcha paratha loos so delicious. lovely green color. so inviting

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  7. Healthy ,nutritious and nicely done parathas,Thanx for linking it to the event dear..:-)

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  8. Parathas have come out perfect. Love the shape and color.

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  9. Healthy and delicious paratha :)

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  10. Amazing colour!..looking fwd to the rest of the colours..:)

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  11. They have turned out so well.. love it!

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  12. lovely colors....cant thanks popeye the sailor to make spinach dear to my heart, but agree that its natural color is so cool that you have to look no more to get a luscious green , nice recipe as well

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  13. Love the green colour. Delicious looking parathas.

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  14. wow it has come out so well .. lovd it healthy too

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  15. healthy colorful and delicious!...yummy!

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  16. Beautiful green color, very healthy too..

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  17. Beautiful color you got and like thta step by step pic.

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  18. Thanks, this year you get lot of opportunity and share more foodie blog and its recipe. kabab restaurant in south delhi

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