Broccoli paratha recipe – easy indian bread recipes

             I do buy broccoli quite frequently, not because its a favourite at home. But as its quite healthy and we get really good fresh ones here that I am quite tempted to buy it everytime. Then I do wonder how to use it and mostly end up using it in a mix vegetable curry. Sometimes I make broccoli Manchurian or bake them in the oven with some spices coated on it or simply add them in some dal.

Nowadays I try making stuffed parathas many times as its one way to sneak the vegetables into the kids food. So this time I decided to use broccoli in my parathas. I make cauliflower parathas quite regularly. I just add some grated cauliflower in the atta along with some spices. I thought of doing broccoli the same way. But due to the pungent smell and taste of it, I  cooked it slightly and spiced  it up and then added it to the atta. It was really good and I felt this is the best way of eating your broccoli. Its going to be regular at my place now.

Summary

  • Cuisine: north indian
  • Course: breads
  • Preparation Time: 15 minutes mins
  • Cooking Time: 15 hours mins

Ingredients

2 cups Atta/whole wheat flour
1 Broccoli- small cut into individual florets
2 Green chillies- chopped
to taste Salt
1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
1 tsp Fennel seeds- crushed
1 tbsp+2tbsp Oil
2 – 3 tbsps Ghee- . for brushing on parathas

Steps

  1. Cut the  broccoli florets into more tiny bits.
  2.  Combine the florets and green chillies. Add little water and grind into a paste.
  3.  Heat oil in a pan. Add the ground paste followed by salt, turmeric powder and fennel seeds.
  4. Mix well and sauté for around 4-5 minutes till the mixture is cooked slightly.
  5. Combine the atta and the prepared paste. Mix well and knead it to a dough using little water.
  6. Add oil and knead it to a non sticky and firm dough.

Ingredients

Pinch portion of the a lemon sized dough.

Steps

  1. Roll it into a circle with a rolling pin.
  2. You can rub some flour while rolling it.
  3. Heat a tava.
  4. Place the rolled circle on the hot tava.
  5. When cooked slightly on one side, flip on the other side.
  6. Brush some ghee on both sides.
  7. Cook on both sides till brown spots appear on them.
  8. Serve hot with some dal or pickle or curd.

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6 Comments

  1. Healthy and delicious paratha!!

     
  2. Farin Ahmed

    Healthy paratha dear!!!! I too cook it in the same way but boil the brocoli..but yours is easy…

     
  3. Shama Nagarajan

    yummy preparation….tempting !!!!

     
  4. Seshu Srinivas

    Yummy.. healthy and sounds easy to make. Must try..

     
  5. Hari Chandana P

    Healthy paratha!!

     
  6. Veena Theagarajan

    healthy and tasty paratha

     

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