Tuesday 19 November 2013

Rajma & Flaxmeal Stuffed Paratha

Stuffed parathas are always my kid's favourite, my kids can have daily their parathas if they are stuffed with paneer or else with potato, as much as like their mom.Yes i love parathas very much, after soups and salads i'll make quite often parathas for our dinner.Coming to today's parathas, they are seriously very healthy,nutritious,fibre rich and omega rich, coz of rajma and flaxmeal i went for stuffing in this parathas. Addition of flaxmeal makes this parathas more interesting, none will notice the addition of this incredible small seeds until you reveal it.

Stuffed parathas suits prefectly to carry in lunch box, also this parathas doesnt need any side dish to have coz  the filling is enough to enjoy this nutritious parathas.If you are in hurry, you can make your stuffing even a day before and make your parathas the next day easily. Mix and match the stuffing as your desire. Coming to this healthy parathas, they goes directly to this week's blogging marathon as i chosed to cook under Mess free tiffin box.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#34Sending to my own event Cooking with seeds-Wheat guest hosted by Priya.

2cups Wheat flour
1/2cup Yogurt
All purpose flour (for dusting)

For Rajma Masala:
1cup Rajma (soaked and cooked)
1tbsp Flaxseed meal
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Garam masala powder
1/4tsp Cumin seeds

Take the wheat flour and salt in a large bowl, add gradually the yogurt and water and knead everything as soft and smooth dough.

Meanwhile grind the cooked rajma as bit coarse paste.

Heat enough oil and let splutters the cumin seeds, add the grounded rajma paste, give a stir.

Add immediately the red chilly powder,flaxseed meal, garam masala powder and salt, cook everything in simmer for few minutes.

Put off the stove..let them cool..

Make 10-12balls from the paratha dough.

Dust the balls with all purpose flour and flatten them with rolling pins, place a small ball of rajma masala over the flattened dough.

Cover the masala with the dough and roll them in your palms again as a ball.

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