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Methi Paratha

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Methi Paratha Recipe, How To Make Methi Paratha Recipe

Methi paratha is an Indian flaky, flat bread made up of whole wheat flour and fenugreek greens or methi leaves.

Gobi Paratha is a preferred North Indian flat bread. This paratha is fill up using the flavor of cauliflower (Gobi) and spices.  Gobi or cauliflower grows generously in the Punjab. This veggie is loved by individuals and it is a specialty at most of the celebration and spiritual get-togethers. Gobi may be coupled with a masala and used as a filling for a paratha.

 

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About Recipe

How to make Methi paratha

(15 ratings)
85 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Methi paratha
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Orange Marmalade
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 14, 2018


Ingredients used in Methi paratha
• Methi leaves - 5 bunch.
• Wheat flour - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - 2 teaspoons.
• Butter - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Cumin seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Green chilies - 2 number.
• Crushed garlic - 1 tea spoon.
• Cumin powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Pepper powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Dry mango powder - 1 tea spoon.
Method:
  • Take a bowl and wheat flour, salt, oil and mix it adding water bit by bit and make a soft dough and rest it for 10 minutes.
  • In a pan add oil, cumin seeds, green chilies, onion, salt, crushed garlic, fenugreek leaves, cumin powder, pepper powder and saute it until fenugreek leaves get soft.
  • Add dry mango powder and cook it well.
  • Roll out one portion of the dough using a little whole wheat flour for rolling.
  • Place one portion of the methi stuffing in the center of the circle, bring together all the sides of the center and seal tightly.
  • Roll out again into parata using a little whole wheat flour for rolling.
  • Roast both sides on a dry tawa and then fry them with little oil.

You can have it with yogurt or pickles.






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Gobi Paratha is a preferred North Indian flat bread. This paratha is fill up using the flavor of cauliflower (Gobi) and spices.  Gobi or cauliflower grows generously in the Punjab. This veggie is loved by individuals and it is a specialty at most of the celebration and spiritual get-togethers. Gobi may be coupled with a masala and used as a filling for a paratha.

 

Here gobi may be coupled with a cooked onion masala and used as a filling for a Parathas. Provide these hot golden brown parathas shining with ghee, with some Pudina Raita, Lahsun ka Achaar or any other pickle. Additionally, it tastes great being a complement to the Dal Amritsari.

 

The recipe of making gobi paratha is just like another stuffed paratha recipe. Which means the process of filling and rolling the paratha is similar for all stuffed paratha. Only variation is the making the cauliflower stuffing mixture.

 

A paratha is a flatbread that came from the Indian Subcontinent. Parathas are well-known morning meal which are heavy and flaky made using unleavened flour, pan fried and quite often offered hot using a dollop of butter, various curry, chutney or raita.

 

Paratha is quite preferred north Indian breads that's prepared in the majority of north Indian homes, restaurants and dhabas. Paratha is usually the primary morning meal specifically in North India and primarily in the state of Punjab. Every home in north India has its own method of preparing the paratha using various stuffing and spices. These breads differ from area to area highlighting the variety of Indian culture and food habits.

 

Parathas are frequently filled with various veggies, green leafy vegetable, lentils, paneer (Indian Cheese Cottage) or mincemeat. There are many versions of stuffed parathas including Aloo Paratha, Gobi Paratha or Keema Paratha and many others

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ComedianJess Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

Another Great Recipe! I love all your videos sanjay! :) keep it up!

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ComedianJess Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

ps.) I love green chilies and onion in any dish, its my favourite. (:

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italyf1facup Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

HD has not come yet.

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Aby Mathew Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

Sanjay, this video doesn't have HD feature enabled. Your other videos have HD feature but not this one. I do have the latest flash player (because I could see HD on other videos). BTW, great video!!!!!

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texichan Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

mmm, yummy! i, too, prefer stuffed things - i really want to give these a try! always a pleasure to watch your videos!

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mbarbarelli Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

Nice one, chef. Methi is a great ingredient and this shows an excellent use of it. Can't wait to try it. Maybe you can show us how to make methi matar malai sometime.

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VahChef Posted on Sun Apr 12 2009

it takes few HRs for youtube to process HD it is now HD

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jaanash Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

thank you sanjay!! nice recipe...

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farhmoha Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

I was hoping for another signature ending... now I know how to make parathas

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godoter Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

Thanks chef, didn't know that. Adding &fmt=22 to end of a youtube url ( so here .....watch?v=4Tr2xgOVooQ&fmt=22) makes it load in HD. Got two thumbs down so far from your culties and I've been nice like you, hilarious. Can we have so

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jreed136 Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

You are amazing. You really deserve more views and subscribers.

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purespirit9 Posted on Mon Apr 13 2009

Another great show vanchef...ur awesome! 5/5

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