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Friday, July 29, 2011

Cabbage Paratha Recipe - Cabbage Paratha

Cabbage Paratha Recipe
Packing dinner for hubby is a mind puzzling task thats when I started trying different types of parathas as they are sure to keep well for a long period of time. As cabbage is his fav veggie, with no doubt he loved the parathas. I cant even stand the slightest raw smell of the veggie, but he loves eating raw cabbage. Still I sauted the cabbage till raw smell leaves just for my sake :)

Does just changing the visibility settings for picasa albums change the urls for the images leading it to broken urls?! OMG I faced a really challenging task of reverting back all the urls(for almost 230 posts) again for each post, spent around 5 full long hours yest evening to fix up this as I cudnt see the site with broken images. Has anyone faced this issue?! If please let me know how you solved the issue.
Cabbage Paratha Recipe

Cabbage Paratha Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 25 mins | Cooking Time : 20 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Cabbage - 3/4 cup (grated/chopped finely)
Wheat flour - 1.5 cups
Garam Masala powder - 1/2 tsp (optional)
Chilli powder - 1 tsp
Turmeric powder - a generous pinch
Coriander Leaves - 1 tbsp finely chopped
Oil - as required
Salt - as required

Method:

  1. Heat a pan, add 1/2 tsp oil add the cabbage and saute well until it shrinks and raw smell leaves
  2. Then in a bowl add wheat flour, salt, garam masala powder, chilli powder and turmeric powder, coriander leaves, and sauted cabbage mix well and add water little by little and knead to a soft dough.Leave it aside for 15-30mins.
  3. Divide the dough into equal portions and then make small lemon sized balls and roll them into slightly thin parathas or as shown below as square parathas.
  4. Heat tawa add the rolled parathas add oil, cook on both sides until golden brown spots appear.Serve hot with pickles or curd.
  5. How to make cabbage paratha How to make rajma masala
    Serve hot with raita or your favourite sidedish.This is sure a easy way to make kids eat veggies as when folden in parathas it not only makes the parathas soft but tasty too.
    Cabbage Paratha Recipe

    My Notes:

    • Sauteing cabbage is purely optional but I recommend doing it as however finely grated it gives a raw smell when added without sauting.
    • You can add ghee to cook the parathas for kids. You can also make it stuffed and roll it like we do for aloo parathas. But I prefer this as its messfree :)
    • Cabbage will also leave water so be very careful in adding water, so add little by little.
    • You can skip garam masala and also add a tsp of sambar powder.
    • Folding and rolling the paratha in square shape makes the paratha very soft.
    Cabbage Paratha Recipe
    Written by: SHARMILEE J

    56 comments:

    1. wow i always love cabbage parathas.. this is one of my fav too.. perfect!!!

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    2. Sharmi, this is a known issue with picasa and no fixes are available yet. U can just revert back the settings to public to get photos back.

      http://newarkusa.blogspot.com/2010_12_12_archive.html

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    3. @Priya : I already reverted back but still my pics were not back :( so had do them maually

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    4. The parathas look so soft and yummy... Loved the shape...

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    5. Lovely parathas, never tried with cabbage.

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    6. Very soft n delicious paratha...loved the shape of the paratha,luks cute...

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    7. Nice and easy preparation, The parathas are healthy too, pics are nice as always.

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    8. The Parathas look awesome Sharmilee. Loved the shape as well :)

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    9. I've always wanted to try this actually! yet another reminder from you :)

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    10. Crunchy cabbage in paratha is our family favorite :) But love the shape totally. Will be making this tonight, will try square shape and excite ppl :)

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    11. Looks delicious ....I do this rarely

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    12. Love the square shape of parathas....Nice way to sneak in cabbage

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    13. Parathas look so good. Would love to have one with some pickle :-)

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    14. Parathas look too good. Never heard of it before..

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    15. i was planning on making cabbage parathas for dinner too! but i make them a little differently - more along the lines of mooli paratha. This is easier though. I don't have to make a stuffing or anything. And thank you for the idea of rolling square parathas. My pre-school daughter will be very excited about her dinner :)

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    16. I have never made square paratha's nor cabbage paratha's. I like that this recipe is mess free.. will surely try next time

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    17. Love this paratha's. It looks fantastic! :)

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    18. Nice idea and other interesting way of eating cabbage. I luv the recipe for sure.

      Cheers,
      Uma

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    19. this is pretty good way to use cabbage, I stuffed the cabbage inside the paratha, but this is real simple, loved it

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    20. interesting way to sneak cabbage in diet...liked it...too good n easy

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    21. I am not a big fan of cabbage, will try to make them to see if my daughter can have it. Looks great.

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    22. Innovative recipe,lovely and healthy stuffed parathas..delicious.

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    23. Lovely cabbage parathas..The pics are awesome!

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    24. Perfectly shaped ~ cabbage paratha is a regular in our household :)
      US Masala

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    25. Lovely paratha...nice clicks.

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    26. wow..sharmi...its awesome...i shd try cabbage this way...gr8 clicks:)

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    27. The parathas look wonderful... I find the square shape appealing as well...

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    28. delicious healthy rotis looks wonderful

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    29. I keep trying all the veggies possible to create colorful parathas for my daughter's lunch box and this is one of those. I use raw, grated cabbage though.
      Like the envelope shaped rotis, that's what I call them somehow.

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    30. The parathas look so delicious..love the perfect square shape.

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    31. looks delicious. I've never tried this, going to try pretty soon.

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    32. Cabbage is not a favourite one in our house. But your pics make me think again. Indeed this is a diff way of using the otherwise very healthy veggie!! Thanks for sharing :)

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    33. Hey sorry about your technical issues-- hope you solved it. It's such a bummer to bang your head on such issues right? Btw, the parathas have come out beautiful, especially loved the square shape.

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    34. Loved the square shape. Looks very inviting.

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    35. I have never tried square parathas , quite interesting and wonderful clicks too with mice pic tutorials. Hope u solved ur problem

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    36. A square cabbage paratha!! wow I love those stuffed flatbread.

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    37. My most favorite parathas,easy and great tasting too! pretty clicks!!

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    38. Lovely cabbage parathas..looks fantastic

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    39. these look so good! i would love to have one!

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    40. Perfect parathas,looks soft and crunchy.

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    41. wow Awesome recipe....very nicely presented...love the clicks!

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    42. What a great texture of paratha and lovely recipe, specially step by step pics. Sorry for all your pic URL trouble, but glad all is fixed now.

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    43. oh...wow....very tempting cliks with great flavors sharmi..:)
      Tasty Appetite

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    44. Never tried cabbage paratha though I absolutely like the idea.

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    45. Always wondered why rotis should be perfectly round???! Loved the why the paratha looks. They looks superly cute and awesome!. Will definitely give them a try.

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    46. Loved the shape and the recipe.....wld try soon...


      Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe

      Kavi

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    47. hi akka...the dish was excellent!!

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    48. hi..the dish was fantastic!!!

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    49. Nice!...I do like the idea, love it too! Thank you for sharing!

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    50. Awesome recipe! Tried it today and it came out really good. Thanks for sharing.

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    51. Hi, tried it today and it came out really well but couldnt get the square shape. How did u get the square shape.

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      1. Just fold it into square shape and then roll into parathas as shown in stepwise

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    52. Hi Sharmi,

      My hubby loved this. Thanks. In mine cabbage was not at all visible. I guess I shredded very fine & used very less. Thanks again

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