Packing dinner for hubby is a mind puzzling task thats when I started trying different types of parathas as they are sure to keep well for a long period of time. As cabbage is his fav veggie, with no doubt he loved the parathas. I cant even stand the slightest raw smell of the veggie, but he loves eating raw cabbage. Still I sauted the cabbage till raw smell leaves just for my sake :)
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Cabbage Paratha Recipe - Ingredients
Preparation Time : 25 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Serves : 2
Cabbage - 3/4 cup (grated/chopped finely)
Wheat flour - 1.5 cups
Garam Masala powder - 1/2 tsp (optional)
Chilli powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder - a generous pinch
Coriander Leaves - 1 tbsp finely chopped
Oil - as required
Salt - as required
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian
- Heat a pan, add 1/2 tsp oil add the cabbage and saute well until it shrinks and raw smell leaves
- Then in a bowl add wheat flour, salt, garam masala powder, chilli powder and turmeric powder, coriander leaves, and sauted cabbage mix well and add water little by little and knead to a soft dough.Leave it aside for 15-30mins.
- Divide the dough into equal portions and then make small lemon sized balls and roll them into slightly thin parathas or as shown below as square parathas.
- Heat tawa add the rolled parathas add oil, cook on both sides until golden brown spots appear.Serve hot with pickles or curd.
Serve hot with raita or your favourite sidedish.This is sure a easy way to make kids eat veggies as when folden in parathas it not only makes the parathas soft but tasty too.
- Sauteing cabbage is purely optional but I recommend doing it as however finely grated it gives a raw smell when added without sauting.
- You can add ghee to cook the parathas for kids. You can also make it stuffed and roll it like we do for aloo parathas. But I prefer this as its messfree :)
- Cabbage will also leave water so be very careful in adding water, so add little by little.
- You can skip garam masala and also add a tsp of sambar powder.
- Folding and rolling the paratha in square shape makes the paratha very soft.
Labels: Breakfast Ideas, Lunchbox Recipes - Tiffin Items, North Indian, Rotis and Parathas