Spring/Green Onion Paratha – Recipe


One of the best things about paratha is the variety. One paratha place in my area has 99 different types on their menu. You can have it plain, stuff it with one of your favorite veggie, or two veggies or mix them all and call it a mix-veg paratha 🙂 Have also posted beetroot paratha previously. This is one of the many varieties you should try out some time. A spring onion or a green onion paratha.

Spring Onion Paratha

Spring Onion Paratha

Ingredients required:

Finely chopped spring onion(green part) – 1 cup
Finely chopped Onion – 1/2 cup
Wheat atta – 1 and 1/2 cup
Besan/Chickpeas flour – 2 tbsp
Chilli powder – 1 tsp
Garam masala powder – 1 tsp
Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
Salt – to taste
Moong dal(soaked for about 2 hours) [optional] – 1/2 cup
oil – 1 tbsp to knead the dough
Ghee – to fry the parathas
water – to knead the dough

Ingredients for Spring paratha before kneading

Ingredients for Spring paratha before kneading

Method
Mix all the above ingredients and knead it into a soft dough with the same consistency as Chapathi dough. And let it rest for about 30 mins.

Spring Paratha dough

Spring Paratha dough

Pinch out required quantity of the dough to make a small ball. Dust the pinched out ball in wheat flour and roll it out using a rolling-pin to a round shape(or at least nearly round as in my case 🙂 ) . Then sprinkle some flour on it and lightly coat it with ghee/oil.

ball dusted

Pinch some dough to make a small ball and dust it with wheat flour

Roll it out nearly round

Roll it out a little to a round shape( at least nearly round)

Fold it twice to make a triangle.

Spring paratha triangle

Spring paratha triangle

Now roll it out to make a nice paratha.

Paratha rolled out

Paratha rolled out

Heat a tawa and when heated put the rolled out paratha on the tawa and add ghee on one side. When done flip and apply ghee to the other side as well.

Spring Paratha on the tava

Spring Paratha on the tava

Once it is done properly on both the sides take it out and serve it hot with curds or pickle or tomato ketch and some potato chips as I did.

Spring Paratha - ready to serve

Spring Paratha – ready to serve

Happy Eating! 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Spring/Green Onion Paratha – Recipe

    • I am sure you’ll surprise her. Do try them out at least once before so that you aren’t surprised yourself 😉

      Cooking is a trick terrian. Trust me. That comes from experience 😀

    • Yup. These are soaked before hand so rolling out shouldn’t be a problem. Also, the quantity of dal is small.

      Try it out sometime. You’ll love it 🙂

      • Thanks…will definitely give it a go! I love experimenting and since its Indian food I know people at home will just eat it without too many questions 🙂

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  2. I think, mooli paratha should come next 😉 Ever made them? They are soo delicious! I’ve been having ’em quite frequently the past days. For breakfast today, in fact 😉

    • True mooli Paranthas are delicious! 🙂 It is very popular Punjabi breakfast option so I couldn’t not give it a try. In fact I learnt it from a Pakistani on Youtube who goes by the name Bajia’s cooking. I am veggie so I can’t try all her recipes but loved watching the videos.

      Loved going through your blog. And esp the video of ‘who I am’. Will keep waiting to see more posts from you. 🙂

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