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Sweet Coconut And Oats Paratha

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This is a great combination of coconut and oats it will fulfill all your break fast needs.Coconut and sugar stuffed chapathi/Paratha with cardamom flavor can be had for breakfast or evening quick healthy snack .

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How to make Sweet coconut and Oats Paratha

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Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
35 mins
Sweet coconut and Oats Paratha
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Oats
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 17, 2018


Ingredients used in Sweet coconut and Oats Paratha
• Cooking oil - to fry.
• Cardamom powder - 1 teaspoons.
• Sugar as desired - to taste.
• Coconut, freshly grated - 100 grams.
• Oats - 200 grams.
• Water (for kneading) - 1 cup.
• Whole wheat flour - 200 grams.
Method:
  • In a bowl, add some whole wheat flour, a little salt and add enough water to make a soft dough. Knead well. Add one tablespoon of oil and again knead well until the dough is smooth and elastic.
  • Cover and rest the dough for 15 minutes. You could also keep this dough in the fridge for at least 2 to 3 days and use when required. In another bowl, add oats, freshly grated coconut or even ground coconut, little cardamom powder for flavouring the parathas and sugar (adjust the sweetness to suit your taste).
  • Add little water to this mixture and form into dumplings and keep aside. Now take little dough, make it into a small roundel and spread the dough into a small disc. Place one oats and coconut mixture dumpling on the disc (chapatti) and seal it properly. Unlike regular parathas, instead of using the rolling pin, press the dough gently with your fingers and spread the dough to a thin paratha (using little oil on the surface while pressing).
  • Heat a tawa and fry the sweet coconut and oats paratha on both sides evenly adding little oil over the paratha until they turn slightly golden in colour. Remove from tawa and serve hot with honey.





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Prince Righty I Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

It is very similar to Aloo Paratha, right? Only the filling is varied... >.<

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gariyas Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

Looks good. But barley for "general equilibrium" (Caraka Samhita). :) So all my pilaos and things are mainly barley mixed with something else like bajra. But have tried (Laxmi or Deer) barley flour parathas, didn't taste too good for so

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Reddylion Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

nice...

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sazji Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

Yee...added oil, and...? What's your point?

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dkkd123 Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

You have beautiful hands Sanjay hehe

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Arathi Subramanian Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

we would love to see you making the dish.. although this lady is also doing the same way you do.. its easier for you to compare.. but we would love to see you back..

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vero dede Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

yummy am sure the family will love this

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Savarak Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

There's an odd pinkish blob on this video, a little to the right of the center

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slvrttzx Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

The pink spot has returned...

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Revathi Ravi Posted on Mon Jul 23 2012

does the oats need to be cooked before stuffing Sir ?/

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Soundria Radhe Posted on Tue Jul 24 2012

Shame on u dirty boy :D :D u haven't finish the parota by eating :-)

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priyanka Shivanand Posted on Tue Jul 24 2012

HI SIR...happy that ur back...theres is this dish of south india KAAYE OBBATTU thats coconut version or puran poli plz plz plz could u upload a video of this recipe...thank u so much sir waitin to see the upload soon...

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