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Carrot-Cucumber Parathas

Yess… The title does sound too health-conscious parathas.. And of course they are, a little, if you are omitting one extremely special ingredient, cheese. Carrot-Cucumber ParathaPicture looks yummy?? So let’s make it…

1) In a bowl, add grated cucumber, grated carrot and 2 big tbsp mayonnaise. Add salt, pepper, green chillies and masalas you like.

2) Now add flour in parts, while keep mixing it properly with the mixture. Prepare a dough this way.

3) Now make round balls of the dough and roll it into a circle using a rolling pin.

4) Add some grated Cheese in the center of the flat circle.

5) Bring the edges together on the top of the filling.

6) Now press the top of the filling with the palm of your hand until the dough gets depressed and forms into a flatbread.

7) Now again slightly roll into a circle. Usually the Parathas are little thicker than rotis.

8) On a non-stick tawa, add a tsp of oil and place the paratha on it, roast it for 1-2 min.

9) Turn it when some brown spots start appearing on the surface of the flatbread. Roast it on the other side .

10) Serve with tomato ketchup or more mayonnaise.

Tip : Use some flour to dust the flatbread while rolling it, in order to help the dough from sticking to the dough.

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Posted by on April 2, 2013 in Main Course, recipe

 

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Corn Tomato Bhartha

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Corn Tomato Bhartha

Well This recipe is an awesome combination of Punjabi and western tastes. It’s a quick dish and very easy to make.

1) In a vessel, Boil the corn kernel with little butter and salt. Once done, drain the water and keep the corn kernels aside

2) In a pan, take about 2 tbsp of oil or ghee (u can mix both too)

3) Add Garlic-Ginger paste, Finely chopped onions, Turmeric Powder, Coriander-Cumin powder and a pinch of asafoetida.

4) When Onions get soft, add tomato puree in it. Let it cook for 2-3 Mins.

5) Once the gravy is done, add corn kernels into the puree and mix them well.

6) Make a paste of masala: 1 tsp of chaat masala, 1 tsp of garam masala and 1/2 tsp of red chilli powder

7) Add salt to taste and the masala paste. Cook for 4-5 mins.

8) Garnish with grated cheese and coriander leaves.

Serve hot with roti, parathas or any type of flatbread.

 
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Posted by on March 21, 2013 in Main Course, recipe

 

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Corn in White Sauce

Well….. It’s a real simple recipe to start with…

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All you need is some Golden Corn, Jalapenos(If not simple green chillies would do) and Alfredo Sauce… So let’s start making Corn in White Sauce.

1)  Boil the corn kernels (not in Pressure Cooker) with li’l butter and salt.

2) Meanwhile the corn is boiling, let’s make Alfredo sauce(White Sauce)…. In a pan, take two tbsp of butter and add all-purpose flour (Maida) in it and saute till the flour turns Golden Brown.

3) Once Done, Add Milk in it as needed (I needed almost 750 ml), mix it well and make sure the flour is not making lumps, add salt and pepper to it and let it simmer for approx 5 to 6 mins. Add Garlic and Cheese (Both are optional) as per taste and whisk it properly. The Alfredo is Ready…

4)Now drain the Corns and add them into the sauce and mix well. You can add Bell Peppers and other veggies as well

For serving I got the small canapes (available in most of Provision/General stores near your home, they call it ‘Basket’), and filled them with the mixture I’ve made, you can have it like that with some more cheese on top.

 
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Posted by on February 10, 2013 in recipe

 

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