November 16, 2011

Shallot Masala Paratha

This week's Blog Hop Wednesday, Im paired with Sangeetha of Spicy Treats. There were a lot of dishes on the probable list and on random I chose Onion Masala Paratha(May be I wanted to try a different bread variety). Last week we had prepared some Onion Stuffed Kulchas, but this was totally different and the spices literally took the paratha to a new high. Its less messy as well, no stuffing necessary!!

Ingredients
Shallots - 10
Red Chilli - 4
Coriander Seeds - 1 tsp
Pepper Corns - 5
Cumin - 1 tsp
Asafoetida - 1 pinch
Garam Masala - 1 tsp
Curry Leaves - a little
Oil - 1 tbsp
Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Gingelly Oil for kneading dough
Salt to taste
Butter for cooking

Method
Heat oil, add red chillies, coriander seeds, cumin,  asafoetida, curry leaves, onions, garam masala and saute. Allow to cool and gringd into a fine paste.
Knead wheat flour, paste, salt, gingelly oil with little amounts of water into a smooth dough. Let it rest for sometime.
Roll into a flat chapathi, spread some butter/ghee and fold into a semi circle and once more into a quadrant. Roll again into a thicker chapathi.
Heat a tawa, toast like a usual paratha, applying butter on the sides after its cooked.
Serve hot with pickle and curd or any side dish of your choice.

Im sending this to Kavi's Healthy Cooking Challenge - Lunch

Bon Appetit!!
Rudra

12 comments:

Kalyani said...

hi.. looks easy n healthy.. btw, I tried out your vazhaipoo usuli for Blog hop today -enjoyed browsing thru ur blog, Rudra !


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Radhika said...

Loved your presentation. You are right abt the mess while stuffing.

Santosh Bangar said...

delicious pratha

Priya said...

Flavourful delicious paratha,sounds truly interesting..

Priya Sreeram said...

good one !

Sushma Mallya said...

Lovely and delicious Parathas!

RK said...

Hey~! Do link it to my HCC: Heathy Lunch Event if possible! :)

sangee vijay said...

thanks for trying out my recipe and glad that u liked it...can u plz link back my Onion Masala Paratha recipe...sorry to bother you n hope u will link back!!

simply.food said...

Love these spicy tasty chapatis.

julie said...

Delicious n lovely parathas..yummy!!
Looking forward to your participation in the Ongoing Event- Christmas Delicacy(15Nov-31Dec 2011)

Harini said...

good one..

Kavi said...

Thanks so much for linking your entry to my HCC event & making it a huge success! :)
Find your entry in the Roundup Part I , Part II or Part III (to be uploaded tomorrow)

I would love to have your posts in my ongoing events:
Jingle All The Way &
Microwave Easy Cooking
Have a great day! :)
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