Monday, 28 October 2013

Sprouted Beans Paratha - Phangavela Kathol na Paratha - 28th October Potluck Party, Cyber Style


Made n Enjoyed
Hello readers,

Potluck Party, Cyber Style is in full swing, enjoyed by every member , already 28th of this month and time to post a delicious recipe of another member.





On 10th I posted Khada Masala Bhaat , now it's my turn to prepare a dish of Nivedita, she brought Sprout Beans Paratha. Absolutely tasty and filling paratha, loved by everyone in the family. Son and hubby finished 4-5 parathas each at breakfast, and while I'm drafting this post, received a text from daughter that she finished 2 parathas in one go, normally she wouldn't finish one paratha ! Happy ME :)
Thank you so much Nivedita for sharing this great recipe with us.



We enjoyed paratha with Butternut Squash Raita and Mint and Mango chutney.



You will need :- ( copying her word to word here )
  • 1 cup sprout beans
  • Whole wheat flour - 1 1/2 cup ( I used whole meal chapatti flour )
    Salt to taste
    Red chilly powder - to taste
    Green chilly - 1 small, finely chopped
    Jeera powder - 1 tsp
    Amchur powder - 1 tsp
    Haldi -1 tsp
    Curry leaves - 1 tbsp finely chopped
    Garlic - 4 cloves, finely chopped(optional)
    Oil - to roast
    Ghee 1 tsp for each Paratha ( I did not use )
  • Method :-
Boil the sprouted beans in open vessel till soft.
Drain and mash it. ( I kept coarse )
Transfer it to the big plate.
Add all the ingredients except oil and ghee.
Add water little by little to make soft dough. Adjust the seasoning. 
Divide into medium ball sized equal parts.
Roll into thick parathas.
Heat tawa and roast till crisp with little oil on both the sides. Before removing spread  a tsp of ghee on it. 
Serve hot with pickle or curds and paratha.
 
 

Linking it to Potluck Party, Cyber Style and Made with love Mondays !

Happy Cooking :)

10 comments:

  1. Delicious and wholesome looking parathas. Must have been super nutritious and mouthwatering.
    Deepa

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  2. hi,
    I am very happy that your family enjoyed these healthy parathas. Thanks dear
    and
    yes, full marks goes for the clicks, lovely ideas you get to set the background, fantastic.

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  3. Wat a nutritious and healthy food..Definitely wholesome..

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  4. bhabhi,please add my link too..http://easy2cookrecipes.blogspot.in/2013/10/bonda-soup-for-potluck-party.html

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  5. These look marvelous, Jagruti! I love the use of bean sprouts to make them - and with your fresh home-grown bean sprouts, I bet they are particularly delicious...

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  6. Jagruti, I seriously love this recipe. I am definitely going to try it, what a lovely recipe. Is it hard to get them to roll without breaking? Thanks!

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    1. Deena, I am glad you like this recipe, seriously we loved it too :) I kept sprouts semi crushed, so it wasn't hard to roll. hope you like them too :)

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