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Horse gram - Spring Onion Leaves Paratha / Diet Friendly Recipe - 43 / #100dietrecipes


Spicy and flavorful roti using horse gram and spring onion leaves is an excellent option to serve for any meal of the day along with low fat curd raita or diet friendly curry or kurma. Check out my diet friendly series to get more options for side dish varieties. The finely chopped spring onion leaves and red chilli are added along with pav bhajji masala to the flour and combined well to form a smooth dough. Rest the dough for sometime, so that the flavors blends well with the roti. I have used fresh red chilli in this recipe which can also be substituted with the regular green ones but adjust spicy level according to taste bud.


Ingredients :

1 Cup Wheat Flour 
1/2 Cup Horse gram flour 
1/2 Cup Spring onion leaves, finely chopped
1 Fresh red chilli, Finely chopped ( Green chilli can also be used ) 
Less than 1/4 Tsp Turmeric powder
3/4 Tsp Pav bhajji masala 
Salt to taste 
1 Tsp Olive oil 
1/2 - 3/4 Cup Water ( Adjust accordingly )

Method :

Take wheat flour in a large bowl along with horsegram flour, turmeric powder, pav bhajji masala powder, finely chopped spring onion leaves, salt and finely chopped red chilli.

Add water little by little to the flour and combine together to form a dough.

Add olive oil and knead well to get a smooth dough.

Cover it and keep aside for 15 - 30 minutes.

Divide the dough into 5 - 6 equal sized balls.

Take one ball and roll it into roti shape using rolling pin.

Heat tawa ( use non stick to reduce oil ) and place the rolled roti on it.

Cook on both the sides by brushing very little oil and remove from the flame.

Repeat the process for the remaining dough and serve hot.


Serving Options :

Serve hot with raita or kurma.

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