TRI VEG PARATHA I PINK CHAPATHI I BEETROOT, CARROT & RADISH CHAPATHI

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Hi friends, again this week vegan recipe for VT-Vegan Thursday event which is the brainchild of +Priya Suresh  akka – Priya’s Versatile Recipes. We are in the group of VT, every first and last Thursday we are coming up with Vegan recipes, its very interesting.



Coming to the recipe, is tri vegetable paratha. Am poor eater so my mom used to include veggies in hidden ways only. I know all moms must be experience when your kids avoid good veggies, right? No worries, this is the good way of feed them healthy foods. Check my TRI COLOR IDLY and PINK POORI too... 


Here, I used my available veggies in my pantry. Beetroot, carrot and radish, I was very hesitate to add radish because of the smell. But, couldn't find out the smell of the radish and the chapathi was really superb tasty and healthy one.


Category
Breakfast
Regional
Indian
Preparation Time
15 Minutes 
Cooking Time
15 Minutes
Yields
10





INGREDIENTS
Whole wheat flour – 1 Cup
Gram flour – ¼ Cup
Fennel seeds – 1 Tsp
Cumin seeds – 1 Tsp
Red chilli powder – 1 Tsp
Hing – ½ Tsp
Salt – To taste
Oil – 2 Tsp
Grated Carrot – ½ Cup  
Grated Beetroot – ½ Cup
Grated Radish – ¼ Cup (Squeeze out the water from the radish then use)
Water – To require


METHOD
  • Take a wide mixing bowl add wheat flour, gram flour and spices and salt mix it well.
  • Now add all the grated veggies and knead it well, add 2 Tsp of oil and knead it well.

  • Add required amount of water and knead the dough into smooth and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes.
  • Now divide the dough into small equal balls, roll it on counter top or chapathi board into your desired shape.
  • Heat dosa pan, put the chapathi and flip both sides to get cook well.
  • Serve it hot with your kurma or subji.




NOTE
  • You can skip gram flour.
  • The chapathi will be good in hot, later it will be bit soggy as the veggies have moisture content. 


HEALTHY, TASTY AND COLORFUL PARATHA!!!


12 comments:

  1. Chapatti looks very nice. Nice natural color.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  2. very colorful, healthy and delicious paratha, I also love Ashirvad atta.... lovely Viji

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  3. so healthy and colorful paratha, nice way to use up all those fiber rich and colorful veggies...well made n nice clicks viji..keep it up!

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  4. Colourful haelthy yummy..wow wow...!

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  5. I was about to ask why gram flour ad you said you can avoid it.It gives the stiffness to paratha right ?.You can sqeeze the betroot too to release water .but in that case color wont be pink and chapthi will be stiff .Correct me if i am wrong.

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  6. wow wow!!! love this one!! very colorful and kid friendly!!

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  7. hi viji hz r u?
    paratha looks so colourful and inviting...

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  8. you have chosen very healthy veggies and so soft as well!!!

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  9. Wow, wat a catchy,very attractive pink chappathi..Fantastic addition of veggies..

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  10. Quick recipe and stomach filling also. Try it out with whole wheat flour

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