You must all be knowing by know that I took part in this mega marathon with theme ‘A to Z Indian Flatbreads’ without any preparation. My decision to take part came so sudden that what to think of posts, even my list wasn’t ready. So I cook and post the recipes the same day.
Today, I was invited to one of my friend’s place for puja. So I had my brunch over there and when came back home, was all full eating all those delicious things like pooris, chana, aloo sabzi, raita, halwa etc. I have a bad habit, if my tummy is full I don’t feel like cooking. So decided to postpone cooking of my today’s Oats paratha till evening.
Oats are healthy in itself, just to make paratha healthier and tastier, I added all the veggies that I had in my fridge like a small floret of cauliflower, one carrot, 5-6 soybeans, 1/2 capsicum, ginger and coriander leaves. I minced the veggies in food processor and mixed them well with oats. Since minced veggies release water, so to knead the dough only 2 tablespoon of water was used. Finally I cooked parathas with just 2 tablespoons of olive oil, though you may use any oil.
When the parathas were getting cooked, they smelled so good that whatever I ate at my friend’s house, got digested instantly 😀 and I started feeling hungry again. I had one paratha with my evening tea and kept some for my daughter and husband. They had those parathas in dinner with dal. According to my daughter’s view, they tasted like dhapate that she loved a lot.
A. Achari Poori
B. Bedmi Poori
D. Dahi Dhapate
G. Gobi Paratha
I. Imli Paratha
J. Jaloda Rotti