We bet your kids would love this vegetable parantha recipe! (Video Inside)
This mixed vegetable parantha will help increase your child’s appetite and make sure they eat sufficient vegetables at the same time.
Parantha is always a filling and healthy option for kids. Children generally avoid eating healthy vegetables and prefer junk food. This mixed vegetable parantha will help to increase your child’s appetite and make sure they eat sufficient vegetables.
Here's what you will need:
- 1 cup of whole-wheat flour and for dusting
- 2 medium potatoes (pealed and boiled)
- ½ cup grated cabbage
- ½ cup grated bottle guard
- ½ cup grated carrot
- ½ cup grated green capsicum
- 2 tbsp. of fine chopped coriander leaves
- ½ tsp. of red chilly powder
- ½ tsp. of cumin powder
- ¼ tsp. of asafetida
- ½ tsp. of carom seeds
- 2 tsp. Ghee and cooking oil
- Salt to taste
- Method to cook:
1.Mash the potatoes in a vessel, add the grated cabbage, bottle guard, carrot, capsicum and coriander leaves. To this mixture add all the spices; red chilly powder, cumin powder, asafetida, carom seeds, salt and 2 teaspoons of oil.
2. Mix all these ingredients well and add flour gradually to this mixture and knead it into a soft dough. Add few drops of oil and rub it onto the dough.Divide the dough into equal portions shaped into small balls. Use some dry flour and roll it with a rolling pin into thin paranthas.
3. Divide the dough into equal portions shaped into small balls. Use some dry flour and roll it with a rolling pin into thin parathas.
4.Heat a non-stick pan. Place the paratha on it, add ghee to it so that it cooks well and turns golden from both the sides. The mashed potato is the secret ingredient, which gives the dough a good consistency. The best part is that moms could even use their leftover sabzi and make these paranthas.
5. Serve it hot with ketchup or yogurt!
Watch the video for a step-by-step tutorial!
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