Cabbage Paratha


1 cup wheat flour
Salt to taste
1 cup cooked cabbage
1 tsp garam masala powder
A bit of ajwain
1/4 tsp red chilli powder
Finely chopped coriander

Make a soft dough of wheat flour and salt as for rotis. Keep covered for 20 mins.

Mix the other ingredients well except oil/ghee for the stuffing.

Roll out the dough into a thick puri and place some stuffing inside. Close well from all sides and dip in some flour. Roll out into thick parathas ensuring that the stuffing doesnt come out.

Heat tava and cooked both sides of the paratha with some oil/ghee till brown spots start appearing.

Serve hot with pickle or curds.
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Finla said...

WOw i have see lot of diferent paraths these days here in the blogs. With cabbage it is the first time i see.
They look good

Laavanya said...

That must've added a nice crunchiness to the chapathis - i've go to try that.

Cynthia said...

I am constanty amazed at the kind of parathas you make. Great idea.

Sunshinemom said...

Hungry again!

EC said...

Thanks Happy cook...I too have tried it for the first time

Thanks was not exactly crunchy, but tasted quite different

Thanks a lot Cynthia for ur appreciation

You are welcome to have the plate sunshinemom

Padmini Bhaduri said...

Hello, I know it's a year now that you have posted this recipe...but I find out a few minutes ago. I have a q/s...cud yu kindly tel me wat is meant by cooked cabbage? Does it mean boiled cabbage?

EC said...

@ Padmini ... yes, it is boiled cabbage

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