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March 7, 2009

Paneer & Mixed Veg Paratha



This is one of the tastiest parathas I have made so far. It is loaded with protein, fiber and vitamins. Instead of stuffing the veggies, I mixed them with wheat flour and made like rotis. I prefer doing this way to avoid the mess while rolling the dough.

Ingredients:
Wheat flour-2 cups
Salt
Hing-1/4 tsp
Jeera-1/2 tsp
Paneer(I used homemade) crumbled-1/4 cup
Turmeric powder-1/4 tsp
Chilli powder-1/4 tsp
Garam masala powder-1/2 tsp
Kitchen king masala-1 tsp
Coriander powder-1 tsp
Oil

Very finely chopped vegetables like:
Cabbage-2 tbsp
Grated carrot-2 tbsp
Capsicum-1 tbsp
Spring onions-1 tbsp(green part)
Coriander leaves-2 tbsp
Garlic-2 pods
Green chilli-1



Method:
Mix all the above ingredients and add water little by little and form a soft dough. Add a tsp of oil to the dough if it is sticky. Make small balls and roll them out into circles(slightly thicker than rotis) using a rolling pin. Place each rolled out dough in a hot griddle and cook both sides(by adding a few drops of oil or ghee around the corners) until golden brown.



Serve with raitha or pickle.

Note: If the veggies are not chopped finely, you will have a hard time rolling out the dough properly.

72 comments:

  1. Beautiful Parathas. Colorful and nutritious too, good one! :)

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  2. Great one da..Awesome pis as usual..:)

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  3. Yet another nutritious way of doing parathas....nice colors!

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  4. Kanna,
    WOW, what a Colorful Paratha.It is eye catching,awesome, inviting.
    Appa

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  5. Wow!! Looks so delicious Mahima..romba romba super! what a color! I am drooling over it!

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  6. Mixing the stuffing in the dough is great for rolling. Looks very colorful and attractive click Mahi :)

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  7. Oh Mahimaa I just LOVE that photograph!! The color u picked the subtle reflection on the steel ... its just awesome!!

    & a nice parathas too. I make mine mixed too (except just gobi paratha & alu).. too much trouble stuffing all those veggies.

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  8. lovely pix mahi. i make it like rotis too as it's easier than stuffing. never tried adding carrots and capsicum in parathas. will try it. great idea to sneak in those veggies into the kids' diet :D

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  9. Lovely Parathas Mahi....looks delicious and colorful...healthy too...awesome clicks...very inviting...Good job.

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  10. Thanks Mahimaa. I will try it out this weekend.

    Have a nice day :)

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  11. one thing i want to ask you mahimaa..how will you take such a beautiful pics!really mind blowing phtography..coming to parathas they are colorful n yummy..

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  12. Beautiful click. Love the addition of kitchen king masala into that paratha.

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  13. Wow! Those parathas look soo damn inviting Mahi :) am going to try this for my sunday dinner.awesome pics as usual.

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  14. hmm..really 4 mp camera..wow..thats unbelievable!You are exceptional n really a great photographer!!!whenever i saw your photos,i wish i too take pics like you!!I will improve myself by taking you as the inspiration!!

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  15. delicious looking... very colourful... love the picture of the vegetables :)

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  16. Looks super delicious. Nice Click as usual.

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  17. yummy combo of pneer nd mixed veg,..lovely clicks too,.;-)

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  18. Awesome parathas... nice clicks,...kalakara Mahi..

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  19. Wow!!Looks so delicious Colorful and nutritious too.awesome clicks...very inviting...Mahi

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  20. Colourful paratha Mahi..look gorgeous...

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  21. delectable parathas....yummy dear...hv some gifts for u..please do collect it...

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  22. I used to make aloo parathas like this before I started using the superimpose method I wrote about for gobi parathas. But the thing is, that method takes longer, this is easy enough for weeknight dinners :)

    PS: I love the bowl you have clicked the dough in!

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  23. Health packed both...And the pictures makes it worth more Mahima..

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  24. i love that stack of parathas, they look so pretty. Also very nutritious.

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  25. What lovely parathas!
    Totally agree, I prefer mixing with the dough than stuffing, so much quicker.

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  26. mouthwatering paratha Mahima..very healthy too..love all photos

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  27. I am good at making stuffed rotis...this one is a great recipe for me... love this healthy idea :)

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  28. Love your parathas...so evenly colorful!

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  29. My first time on your blog and absolutely love it. Love at first sight will be apt:) will definitely follow. And your pics.......I have to use the word GORGEOUS!
    Cheers!
    smitha
    saffronapron.blogspot.com

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  30. wow that's some gorgeous parathas sitting on foil..love the pics..i like some ingredients that you have addded that i don't use in my parathas will try next time..i would also add ginger as i love the taste of it in parathas..

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  31. Beautiful parathas Mahimaa...they looks so perfect...I love the idea of mixing everything together...its too messy trying to stuff...lovely pic.

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  32. perfectly shaped parathas Mahi! Love that vegetable picture.. looks so colorful and appetizing!

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  33. Lovely parathas and awesome pics. yesterday even i tried some leftover parathas and they turn out good.

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  34. Wow, colorful parathas..Parkave nanna iruku, rhomba asaiya iruku sapdanum pola.. Beautiful click..

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  35. looks so yummy and colourful

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  36. Gosh!....yummy.....from the sound of it looks so yummy and healthy..gud one

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  37. Looks yummy Mahimaa. I am drooling over here. Awesoem click asusual. I used to make like this adding capcium, spring onions is new to me.

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  38. very beautiful pic...amazing colors..

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  39. those parathas look perfect..awesome snap.

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  40. Wow i too made Aloo Paratha last saturday. Mix stuff vegetable looks yum and colorful.....

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  41. wow looks so yum and very intresting beautiful pic.

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  42. The parathas look lovely and colorful Mahimaa ! Great pictures !

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  43. Wow it looks so beautiful and so colourfull and delicious.

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  44. Those are some delicious loaded parathas and you can see how they are oozing with goodness.

    everytime i pop in, your header makes my mouthwater :)

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  45. wow mahimaaa beautiful colorful wonderful.... wat to say more. enakku nejamave pasikuthu..

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  46. Thanks Aunty for your lovley comments

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  48. Wonderful,Beautiful and Nutritious Paratha. Very nice recipe :-)

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  49. They look too pretty to be eaten!

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  50. i just loved that picture!!! great recipe!

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  51. the parathas rock! I wish I could taste !

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  52. Wow.. thats a lovely presentation! U are making me drool here..

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  53. Wow..Im hungry at seeing the pictures..Bookmarking it.

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  54. woo looks very delicious..superb click mahi..

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  56. The parantha's look great.They come out well even if you use the veggies as stuffing.You just have to be careful about the quantity of stuffing for each parantha.Also,adding a pinch of amchur(dry mango powder) gives a tangy taste to the stuffing.

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  57. Wow the picture of the filling is so beautiful!!!! Lovely recipe :)

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  58. Beautiful paratha's. Looks very colourful

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  59. yummy parathas....great work!

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  60. beautiful pics as usual Mahi .. must be soo flavorful with paneer & veggies

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  61. WOW paratha looks awesome, great combo and delicious entry dear!!!!

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  62. thank you so much everyone....

    you wonderful comments keeps me motivated :)

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  63. Please trail back to my blog. I have something waiting for you :)

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  64. Thank you Mahimaa for you comments on Methi paratha, the side dish is a smiple dal.. I will post the recipe the next time I repeat it. ok va..

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  65. Paratha looks so mouth-watering Mahimaa! Nice pic as always!

    BTW, a feast for you at my blog!

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  66. omg!!! It looks awesome, so inviting.

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  67. Very beautiful parathas, Mahimaa. I usually prepare tofu parathas grating it. Next time I'll also include vegetables like you have in this recipe.

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  68. Delicious Recipes
    Awesome effort
    Keep up the good work
    For Vegetarian Recipes Visit http://vegetarianspot.blogspot.com/

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  69. woo this looks lovly and healthy fillin..nicely presented
    Indian Vegetarian Recipes

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