Sunday, March 27, 2011

CARROT PANEER CHAPATHI

                                                          Sometimes its really strange that we think of making something and end up in something else.................. yesterday i had thought of making simple whole wheat chapathi............while i was going to knead the dough i saw 1 piece of carrot left over from some cooking.............first i thought of puting it back in fridge,,,,,,,,,,,,,
then i changed my mind coz i knew that the carrot wil sit in the fridge til it wilts and then i will have to throw it away................so i grated the carrot and added to the dough mix.....................
.then my always innovative mind became restless and decided to make the chapathi rich by adding some paneer and kasoori methi...........the end result was just some delicious chapathis............dh and jr enjoyed it............i was also happy that my carrot was used up and that too in a tasty way...........so try this and enjoy...............



INGREDIENTS:

WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR           -1 CUP
CARROT GRATED                      -1/4 CUP
PANEER                                        -1/4 CUP[MAKE A PASTE BY GRINDING WITH LITTLE
                                                                               WATER]
KASOORI METHI                         -1 TSP
WATER                                           -TO KNEAD A SOFT DOUGH


METHOD:

ADD ALL INGREDIENTS AND KNEAD TO MAKE A SOFT DOUGH..........KEEP IT COVERED FOR MINIMUM 15 MIN....................MAKE EQUAL SIZED BALLS AND ROLL INTO CHAPATHIS.............IN A HOT TAWA FRY THE CHAPATHIS TILL COOKED ON BOTH SIDES.........SERVE OT WITH ANY CURRY OF YOUR CHOICE.........ENJOY..........


Sending this to cooking with seeds wheat by veggie platter..........



also sending to any one can cook by ayeesha of taste of pearl city..............



11 comments:

  1. Quiet interesting recipe !! chapathi looks so delicious !!

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  2. delicious and healthy chapathi...

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  3. healthy and yummy!...love the color!

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  4. Looks really yumm, lovely colour.

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  5. I am not sure whether my earlier comment went through. These rotis look yum. Thanks for sending them over to my event.

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  6. Thank you for visiting my space...

    Healthy and energy prone flatbread:)

    Cheers
    Sandhya
    ( Sandhya's Kitchen )

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  7. hi....thx for the invitation....nice space to be...rotis are healthy and yummy......see u soon

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  8. looks flavourful can be eaten on its own without gravy delicious

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  9. First time here....

    U have a wonderful space with delicious recipes..
    glad to follow u...

    Healthy delicious chapathi's :)

    check my space when u find time ...

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  10. The chapathi look so soft and delicious.Thank you dear for stopping by my space ,thanks to that I found your wonderful space.You do have so many interesting recipes that I am itching to try out soon:).Keep visiting my space.

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