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All Recipes > Rotis/ParathasPosted On: Thursday, December 1, 2011
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         Sprouted Greengram Stuffed Parata

Sprouted green grams are very good for health and are good source of proteins, calcium, fiber. We usually prepare salads, curry, sabzi from sprouted green gram. Try this interesting recipe of sprouted green gram stuffed parata. 

greengram parata

Ingredients:

Fine Rava/Thin Rava: 2 cups

Wheat Flour: 2 cups

Curds: 1 cup

Sprouted Green gram: 200 grams

Coriander Leaves - Finely chopped

Onion - 1 finely chopped

Green chillies - 1 finely chopped

Garam masala - 1 tsp

Red chilly powder - 2 tsp

Jeera : 1 tsp

Ginger Garlic paste: 2 tsp

Salt to taste

Oil

Ghee - 1 tbsp

Procedure:

1. Mix rava and wheat flour well. Add curds, pinch of salt, ghee and water make the dough like chapathi. Let it set for  1 - 2 hours.

sprouted green gram parata

2.  Heat oil in kadai, add jeera, green chillies and onion, fry till it turns transparent. Add ginger garlic paste, boiled green gram, red chilli powder, garam masala and salt. Mix well.

sprouted green gram parata  sprouted green gram parata

3. Now divide the wheat flour dough and green gram mixture into small balls.   

4. Roll the dough ball into small circles and place the green gram mixture ball in it and seal all the sides.

sprouted green gram parata  sprouted green gram parata

5. Slowly roll the stuffed ball sprinkling dry wheat flour in between and make big circle. Initially the stuffed mixture may come out, but later you get used and can prepare well.

sprouted green gram parata

6. Keep the skillet to get heated, place the stuffed Paratha over the heated skillet, smear oil over the Sprouted green gram Paratha and flip both sides till cooked.

sprouted green gram parata  sprouted green gram parata

7. Repeat with the remaining dough and Sprouted greengram mixture.

Serve hot Sprouted greengram parata with curds or tomato chutney or any chutney.

Sending this recipe to Vardini's LGSS - Stuffed Parata event and Vatsala's LGSS event




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Vardhini on December 2, 2011 said:

Love the use of sprouted green gram. Makes it healthy and thx for linking to the event. Vardhini Event: Sinful Delights Event: Stuffed Paratha

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Priya on December 3, 2011 said:

Healthy parathas,even i tried them not even a week before,packed with proteins.. btw regarding the guest hosting,if you are interested in hosting my event on october,it will be prefect for me..Hope toor dal sounds great if you want to host..

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