Avacado parathas

        Though I have cooked with avacado before, it was not a regular thing in my kitchen.My hubby who has just realised how healthy avacados are buys them often nowadays. I have made this rotis couple of times and everyone loves it.Even my choosy kid loves them!!

Other avacado recipe here-  Avacado salad

Avacado parathas

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Avacado parathasThough I have cooked with avacado before, it was not a regular thing in my kitchen.My hubby who has just realised how healthy avacados are buys them often nowadays. I have made this rotis couple of times and everyone loves it.Even my choosy kid loves them!! Other avacado recipe here- Avacado salad R...

Summary

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  • Coursebreads
  • Cuisineindian
  • Cooking Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Preparation Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Total Time30 minutesPT0H30M

Ingredients

Avacados(soft)
2
Whole wheat flour
10-12 tbsp
Turmeric powder
1/2tsp
Red chilly powder
1/2tsp
Salt
1tsp
Cumin seeds powder
1/2tsp
Oil
2-3tsp
Ghee for brushing on parathas

Steps

  1.       Cut the avacado vertically in half. Deseed and scoop out the pulp from it. Mash it with a masher or using a fork. Now add the spice powders and salt followed by the whole wheat flour. Mix well and form a soft and firm dough. Just add a few drops of water if necessary or if the dough is too dry. Add oil and knead it again to smooth dough.
  2.        Heat a tava or a girdle.Now make lemon sized balls with the dough. Roll them into a thick circle. Place the circle on the hot tava. When brown spots appear at the bottom , flip on the other side and cook. Brush some ghee on both sides. Flip again to cook properly on both sides. Place it on a tissue lined in a hotpot if you are not serving immediately. Repeat the same with rest of the dough.
  3.         Serve hot with some gravy, pickle or even spiced curds, raitha etc.

Notes-

Add some ajwain or saunf (fennel seeds) while kneading the dough.