Cabbage Paratha Recipe


cabbage paratha recipe


With this cabbage paratha recipe, you are set to make parathas that shine on two fronts: taste and nutrition. Thanks, in particular, to the cabbage, which is said to have many medicinal properties. Cabbage paratha recipe is an answer if you wish to make a dish, other than items like chapati, from wheat flour.

The common ingredients and simple steps are yet another reason to learn how to make cabbage paratha.

In this cabbage paratha recipe, coriander, ginger and jeera are among the ingredients that standout. The reason is these items aid in digestion.



Want to pack something for the lunch box that brings smile on the face of the person when he or she opens it? Try cabbage paratha. Children, in particular, like to relish this food.

How to make cabbage paratha? There are two ways. In the first, you directly add the gratings of the cabbage to the wheat flour and make the dough. The recipes that follows uses this method. In the second, you will have to prepare the cabbage curry and use it as a stuffing.

Another highlight of the cabbage paratha is it does not need any side dish. Just pour a teaspoon of ghee on the hot paratha and savor it. If you do like to make a side dish, mullangi chutney would be a good choice.

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Quantity: 4 parathas

Ingredients:

1. Cabbage / ele kosu / band gobhi / muttai kosu / muttakose / kosu, grated 1/2 cup
2. Wheat flour 1/2-3/4 cup
3. Chopped ginger 1/4 teaspoon
4. Cumin / jeera 1/2 teaspoon
5. Red chili powder 1/4 teaspoon
6. Fresh coriander leaves, chopped
7. Salt to taste
8. Oil

How to make Cabbage Paratha?


1. Grate the cabbage.

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2. Add salt.

Mix.

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Keep aside for about 15 minutes, so the water in the cabbage will be released.
3. Crush the cumin slightly.

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4. Add cumin, chili powder, ginger and coriander leaves.

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Mix.

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5. Add 1/2-cup of wheat flour.

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Mix and make dough. It should have chapati-dough consistency.

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NOTE
Do not add extra water. If necessary, sprinkle little milk.

If the dough becomes too soft, add more wheat flour and mix.
6. Smear the dough with little oil.

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Cover and keep aside for about 10 minutes.

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7. Make four, equal size balls from the dough and flatten them.

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8. Coat a flattened ball with the flour by dusting it in the flour.

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9. Roll out the ball into a small circle.

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Sprinkle some more flour on the rolling board and on the rolled-out dough.

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10. Roll out into a circle with the desired thickness.

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11. Heat a chapati tava, with the flame kept high.

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12. Place the raw paratha on the tava when it becomes hot.

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13. When the surface changes the color, sprinkle a few drops of oil.

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Turn the flame to medium.
14. Flip the the half-cooked paratha. Sprinkle a few drops of oil.

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15. Flip and press the surface with a roti presser.

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Cook till brown spots appear on the surface.

Flip again and repeat the process.
16. Cabbage paratha is ready.

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TIPS Cabbage Paratha Recipe
1. If you are eating / serving cabbage paratha with only curd as the side dish, add more chili powder and salt while making the dough so the paratha does not taste bland.