You must be familiar with spinach paratha or green paratha what kids call. In the same way you can make the broccoli paratha. Low in calories and loaded with nutrients, it is too good with a cup of plain yoghurt or a tea spoon of pickle. The procedure is simple. Mix everything and roll and then fry like our regular parathas.

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Shredded Broccoli


Recipe: Broccoli Paratha
Preparation time:
35 minutes
Cooking: 15 minutes
Yields: 6 pieces (as shown in the picture)
Shelf Life: Will be fresh for a month in the fridge
Recipe Level: Easy

Recipe by: Viji



Ingredients

1 cup Atta/wheat flour
1 cup shredded broccoli
2 green chilis
Small wedge of ginger
1 tsp garam masala powder
3 tbsp of cottage cheese or plain yoghurt
Salt to taste

2 tsp butter for greasing while folding
Oil for frying

Utensils needed:
Veggie chopper
Tava



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Broccoli Paratha


Procedure:

  1. Wash and cut the broccoli bud. Grate them along with green chili and ginger preferably in chopper if available. You will get fine ones through this.
  2. Mix all the ingredients and knead them like regular paratha dough. Add water if needed. Leave the dough for 30 minutes.
  3. Roll them into circle. Apply butter lightly and fold it like triangle shape parathas. Fry them like by smearing oil on both sides till they are done. Delicious it was.


Special Notes/Tips:

  • Other veggies can be used here. Adjust the liquid accordingly.
  • Taste better when fresh. You can prepare and freeze them for later use also.


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5 comments

  1. egglesscooking // 11 January 2010 at 17:07  

    Viji Akka, I was waiting for this post, to know how you have made it. Broccoli is our favorite vegetable, especially for my son. So I'm definitely trying this one very soon.

  2. Sailaja Damodaran // 11 January 2010 at 23:50  

    My friend use to make this...looks yummy

  3. Heguiberto // 12 January 2010 at 06:29  

    This recipe is similar to my scallion pancake (http://weirdcombinations.com/2009/12/scallion-pancakes/) I am going to try make it using yougurt an see what the end result looks like. I adore Indian and South East Asian foods.
    Congrats on your blog!
    Heguiberto

  4. Malar Gandhi // 12 January 2010 at 18:59  

    Very unique and trendy...must have tasted great too:)

  5. Parita // 13 January 2010 at 09:20  

    Love the vibrant color! Broccoli is one of my fav veggie :-)