Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Tasty Spicy Green Peas Parathas

Very Very tasty , hot and spicy parathas.......:-)

Ingredients for making dough:

3 cups wheat flour
2 tbsp oil/ghee
Salt to taste

Method for making dough:
Step 1: Mix the salt and oil with the wheat flour.

Step 2: Add water and knead into soft dough.
Step 3: Make a small lemon size balls.


Ingredients for stuffing:

1 cup green peas
3 long green chillies
1” piece of ginger
1 tbsp oil/ghee
Salt to taste
A pinch of asafoetida( Hing)
Oil or ghee for frying the parathas


Method for making stuffing:

Step 1: Make a paste of the peas, green chillies and ginger.

Step 2: Heat the oil in a pan and add the asafetida(hing).

Step 3: Fry the peas paste and mix in the salt. Keep aside.


Method to preparing peas parathas:

Step 1: Take one small ball of dough and roll a thick roti about 4-inch.

Step 2: Place the peas stuffing into middle of the roti.

Step 3: Cover this stuffing with ends of the roti.

Step 4: Press gently by hand and turn another side.

Step 5: Dust this ball and roll smoothly up to 5-inch parathas.

Method for frying Peas parathas:

Step 1: Heat thick flat pan and place the peas paratha on it.

Step 2: Cook for 1-minutes in low flame and flip.

Step 3: Turn for another side and heat on medium flame until golden brown patches on back side. Step 4: Drizzle some oil or ghee on top and flip.

Step 5: Turn repeat for other side.

Step 6: Cook both sides of the parathas till they turn a shade of golden.
Step 7: Repeat with the rest of the dough.

Step 8: Serve hot with curd, lemon aachar or mango pickle or tomato ketchup.

Note:

If you like more spicy then add mor green chilli so you eat without chutney or ketchup. This is best option for Aloo-Parathas. :-))


Love has its radiance everywhere & it shines upon everything like a golden glow.:)

51 comments:

Meera said...

Hoo jamva aavi javu? Looks wonderful!!

easycrafts said...

It looks splendid....bookmarked it

Madhavi said...

Lovely presentation Kajal.I like the way you show every step with pictures.Frankly,I did not know making green peas parathas till today.I was assuming it is just stuffing corasely mashed raw green peas.Thnaks for nice recipe kajal.
Madhavi

Aarathi said...

Humm.. looks so yummy.
Going to try this.

Swaroopa said...

looks gr8!! very healthy treat too...

Nags said...

this looks truly yummy. i love ur step by step illustration!

Manasi said...

Wonderful !! looks very very very yummy!!!!

Mansi Desai said...

Kajal, those look very inviting! I usually use the same filling to make just kachoris and fry them when I'm too tired to roll it into parathas:)

Priyanka said...

Ahhh... so instead of lilva ni kachori we have something equally delicious...ichha to etli thaay che bannavani ane khavani pan ahiya lilva-tuver nathi malta.

Kajal said...

Hi Meera,

Hoo jamva mate to puchha tu hase my dear. AAvi ja tara family sathe.

Have a nice day.:)

Kajal said...

Hellooooooooo Easycrafts,

I always love your dish and your wonderful words.

Thanks a lot!!!!

Kajal said...

Hellooooooo Madhavi,

AAhhh…Your words are heart touching my dear. Thanks for your gorgeous words.

Good day my dear.:)

Neelam said...

Hi kajal, the parathas look so yummy! I'm surely going to try them...thanks.

Shankari said...

Looks so appetizing,thanks for the recipe.
I have a request for you, do you have a recipe for dhokla with besan flour with out using eno fruit salt.Can you please email it to me at indianfood.cooking@gmail.com
thanks a ton

Aparna Rao said...

wonderful paratas kajal,looks good. Will give it a try.

sagari said...

wow kajal paratha look delecioussssssss have to try them soooon

Cynthia said...

Would love to have these for dinner :)

USHA said...

Hi Kajal,
Superb!!asusal your step by step always adds addtional beauty to the post....You got lot of patience..hats off!!!Thanks alot for sharing this recipe.

Anonymous said...

kajal,
let me know whether the peas needs to be soaked/boiled b4 grinding

Amna said...

Thanx for a good and nutritious recipe ,kajal ,the pics are very good!

bee said...

these are absolutely gorgeous. i guess they must have been super tasty too. thanks for the step by step recipe.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Looks greeny!!Very nice one:)

Vcuisine said...

Kajal feel like coming over there. Beautifully presented. You have got magic hands Kajal. Viji

Kajal said...

Hi Aarathi,

Thanks a lot dear!!!
Good Day :-))

Kajal said...

Helloooooooo Swaroopa,

Yes, my dear my grandmother always say eat healthy in winter and drink healthy in summer so your healthy is fine forever. So I make healthy dish in winter. Thanks for your cute words.:)

Kajal said...

Hey Nags,

I am glad to see your comment my dear. Thanks you very much my dear.:))

Kajal said...

Hiiiiiiiii Manasi,

Thanks a lot and cheers!!!!

Kajal said...

Ohhh.....My dear Mansi Desai, Thanks for your wonderful words. I also yes the same filling for Kachoris but when it fry then it to much oil so reduce the oil here. Also we made Kachoris from green Tuver dal. It is very healthy and good in taste.

Happy Weekend :-)

Kajal said...

Hellooooo Priyanka,

Ohh…you miss lilva-tuver my dear. Don’t worry but get other good things there which we not get here. Thanks for your lovely comment my dear. You can’t see my blog in this month otherwise your favorite lilva-tuver kachoris is here and you just watch it and not get it. Just kidding.:)))

Kajal said...

Hello Neelam,

Thanks for your nice words my dear but you care to make smooth paste. Ok wait for your green paratha post.:))

Kajal said...

Hey Shankari,

Thanks for your nice comment my dear. I have made green peas dhokla with besan flour but I use eno fruit salt. If you not like to use eno fruit then you can leave the besan flour and butter milk batter in sun light for more than 8 hours. If you get fragmentations in flour than you made nice dhokla without fruit salt. Also if you add puffer rice with besan flour then you get nice soft dhokla but I have not any single attempt with this method.

Kajal said...

Hello Aparna Rao,

Good to see your nice words.
Thanks a lot!!!!

Kajal said...

Hiiiiiii Sagari,

Oh........you try sooon then also send it for me my dear because when I made this the some gusts at home and I don’t get enough for me.:)))

Kajal said...

Hello Cynthia,

I always love your wonderful words my dear. You never miss to comment me. Your words always inspire me.

Thanks a lot!!!

Kajal said...

Helloooo Usha,

When I see your comment and you red rose I always feel very nice. Thanks a lot for your lovely comment.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Anonymous,

If green peas then not need to soak or boiled but if you have persevere green peas then let it be warm up to room temperature so it is grind very well. No need to add any thing for paste. If you add water or boiled then paste is like gravy and you not make enough dry paste for paratha. So you have no need to soaked or boiled for making parathas.

Kajal said...

Hello Amna,

Thanks for your beautiful words. Thanks a lot!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Bee,

Thank you my dear for your superb words. Nice to see your lovely comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Raks Kitchen,

Yes this is month of green in India we get lots of green vegetable in winter easily so I made greeny paratha my dear.

Thanks :-)

Kajal said...

Hello form my heart dear Viji,

Yes, come here my dear I am also waiting for you. If you come in India any time you just tell me we definitely meet or talk by phone. Thanks for your gorgeous words.:)

Anonymous said...

Wonderfully simple recipe and the illustrations looked so inviting that I felt I was standing next to you when the parathas were being made. I had to resist from reaching out to take a bite.

Pravs said...

Pic presentation makes it easy to follow.
Looks yummy.i have a matar paratha posted long back.will try your way of making it.

Kajal said...

Hi Anonymous,

Thanks for your great words. If you want a bite then try out and take bite. Just joking.

Have a nice day.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Pravs,

Ohh....you also made this paratha in different way I will check your version too.

Thanks for your pretty words.:)

vidya said...

looks damn gud..will try it out.Thanks for the recepie

Vilasini said...

this parathas must be super!! i even linked them in my blog and posted the pic....

you rock!!

Anonymous said...

I am married to a man who is not Indian himself but is in love with Indian lifestyle, Indian films to Indian food. I tried my version of Indian food (copying from cook books) but it never tasted right. Now thanks to you Dear Kajol and your step by step postings, my husband finally would be able to taste the real Indian kitchen.
Big Fat Thank you
Arianna from Germany

Kajal said...

Hi Vidya,

Thanks for your nice comment
Cheers!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Vilasini,

Thanks for your pleasant words.
Have a great day!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Arianna,

Thanks for your nice comment here.
I am really happy to read your comment. I know that if we are work for our good things and after a day of work we find our favorite food than we all are happy. You are perfect wife for your husband dear. I am proud of you because you and your husband is not Indian and you cook Indian food for your husband is great things for me. Good job.

Have a cheerful day!!!
Kajal

Rajani said...

Hi Kajal, i am Rajani from kerala.. I had been very interested in making north indian dishes and yest night i tried making this Methi paratha.. But it was not coming so tasty may be i am not used to this bitter taste of methi leaves... But today i found your peas paratha.. Its so beautifully picturised. I liked the way of step by step presenation. And its too apealing... Thankyou Kajal. I will try this very soon..