Beetroot Paratha


Just a few months back cooking used to be my Bête Noire but lately I have started to fall in love with it. The more I cook, the more I love it. The best part is creating stuff everyday. Being creative to make the same old dishes more appealing and getting them right every time. Fortunately for me, I have my Mom(who just loves cooking) to help me out with new recipes and lend her experience.

Here is one of the recipes that I tried. As I was talking a few friends here I realized not many knew this recipe so I am posting it here. It is simple, easy, looks great, very healthy and great fun to prepare and eat. My Dad who hates beetroot also loved these parathas.

Beetroot Paratha

Yummy Beetroot Paratha

Ingredients:

1 medium-sized grated Beetroot
2 cups wheat flour
1 tsp Red chilli powder
1/4 tsp Ajwain seeds (ಅಜಮೋದ/ಓಮಾ)
1/2 tsp cumin seeds (ಜೀರಿಗೆ)
1/2 tsp white sesame seeds/till seeds ( ಬಿಳಿ ಯೆಳ್ಳು)
1/2 tsp garam masala(optional)
salt to taste
water – to knead the dough

Method:

Mix all the ingredients above and knead to make dough with the same consistency as chapathi dough

Dough for beetroot paratha

Dough

Let the dough settle for about 30 minutes
Take small balls of dough and roll it out to make nice round parathas
How you fold is entirely up to you so have fun with the shape of your Parathas! Below are the pictures of how I have done it.

Beet Paratha to be folded

Sprinkle some oil and flour on rolled paratha and cut it as shown

beet paratha folding 1
fold it to make a cone
beet paratha folding 2

fold it to make a cone

Beet Cone 1

Cone ready

Cone pressed

Cone pressed and ready to be rolled out

Once rolled, put on a hot tawa and fry till evenly browned and well cooked.
Serve hot and enjoy with curds, pickle and fried green chilli 🙂
Hope you have making and eating this dish!

 

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5 thoughts on “Beetroot Paratha

    • hey. Was in offline mode for a while. Hope you are doing well.

      Punjabis and paratha can’t be far off. Do try this one too and let me know how it turns out 🙂

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