Thursday, January 12, 2012

Stuffed pratha ........leftover beans and potato veg

this is another recipe of leftover.  Whenever i cook beans ad potato stire i used it once and left veg i used to make pratha. as my whole family like pratha more than stire. try this it is really a yum pratha.
Ingredients
wheat flour-2cups
leftover of beans stire-1cup
onion-1finely chopped
green chili-1
coriander leaves
salt to taste
oil for fry
Method
knead the wheat flour ad keep aside.Mash the beans veg and add all the ingredients in it. mix well. make small balls of flour. roll the one chapati on rolling board.keep aside.roll another chapati and spread the veg mixture on this chapati.now cover it with already rolling chapati. roll it .heat griddle and roast the pratha using oil. when one side done roast other side using oil . this crispy pratha is ready to eat
Eat with butter, curd or pickle.


sending to veena's cooking with leftover

     these awards are share with me by Anjana of Maayeka&  Vidhya of  sweet karim kapi.i am really thankful to Anjana &feel honoured as her blog has nice space of wonderful recipes. so visit her blog .participation award is shared by Vidhya who organised a wonderful event. visit her blog for different cuisine.

                                         

31 comments:

  1. Well done ji, stuffed parathas looks super tempting and filling.

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  2. great way to finish left over subzi

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  3. Very nice. I do this with most of my left over sabzis. :-)

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  4. fantastic idea to use leftover sabzi..very nice recipe..

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  5. Great idea,love the stuffing..yum

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  6. thats great idea to use left over stir fry vegs to make stuffed parathas..nice recipe

    Spicy Treats
    OnGoing Event ~ Dish It Out-Brinjal n Garlic

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  7. Yummy paranthas. Nice way to use leftover sabzi.

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  8. Great idea to utilize the leftover subzi in the paratha.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Wow! great idea to use leftover subzi....

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  10. This look Delicious…You have made it awesome..Totally YUMMO..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  11. Perfect way of using leftover veggies....great gal! :)
    They look awesome!

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  12. lovely paratha...........best use of left overs

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  13. gud idea and best use of left overs..i love parathas.vl try this soon

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  14. wonderful idea and nice way of using the left over sabjis..

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  15. Very nice and healthy parathas...Left over put to good use...

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  16. º°❤ Você sempre tem ótimas idéias para aproveitar as sobras.
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil
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    º° ✿ ✿⊱╮

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  17. Great way with leftover and looks awesome!

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  18. hi santosh, i feel like i am a vegetarian today.. beans and potatoes are a great mix for paratha..wanna try out. have a nice day dear

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  19. love parathas dear and these look amazing

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  20. This paratha will be much loved in my house. Thanks for visiting my blog and following. I am glad you mentioned in my comment box about the follow coz you are not visible in my 'follower' list. May be you followed privately. Any ways, I am now a happy follower of your blog. Will be visiting regularly :)

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  21. Parathas look great. I am announcing Valentines special - my 1st blog event and Giveaway, Please do be a part of it and send in your recipes..!

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  22. This parantha is looking so Gud and Appetizing… ! I liked the way you made soup with rice water and will surely try it ! Have a wonderful week ahead. Thanks & Regards, Sonia !!!

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  23. The parantha is looking so Gud and Appetizing… ! I liked the soup made with rice water and will surely try it. Have a wonderful week ahead. Thanks & Regards, Sonia !!!

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  24. Nice.
    I love stuffed parathas - most of the posts on my page are for stuffed parathas, hehe.
    That's how much I enjoy eating them :D

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