Sunday, March 13, 2011

Palak Chapathi / Spinach chapathi

Cut spinach into pieces and wash nicely

Knead the palak with wheat flour into a dough

The spinach chapathi is ready.
Ingredients:
Spinach (palak leaves) - 1 bunch
Wheat flour
Red chilly powder - 1/2 tsp
Haldi powder - 1/4 tsp (optiional)
Salt as required
Ghee to apply on the chapathi
Method:
Cut Spinach (palak) into thin strip pieces and wash nicely.
Take a bowl and put wheat flour , salt, red chilly powder,haldi powder.
Add the cut spinach and mix nicely.
Now add water little by little and make a soft dough.
Take lemon sized balls and roll into chapathi and put on the tawa and make by turning both the sides.
Place the semi cooked chapathi directly on the burner to puff up.
Now take a spoon and little ghee and just apply on the chapathi.
The palak chapathi is hot and ready to be had with any sabzi or curry of your choice.



17 comments:

  1. Nice Variation to the normal Chapathi!!! Looks Delicious!!!

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  2. A very healthy and comforting roti...

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  3. certainly a nice variation of chapati...Healthy too

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Palak chappathi looks awesome Indu, healthy also delicious.

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  5. Healthy chappathis looks wonderful..

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  6. Healthy n nutritious paratha..love it with raita :)


    US Masala

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  7. Very nice.I have this in my archive..:)

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  8. Most certainly a welcome variation to the regular chappathis and added nourishment too!

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  9. I do the same way too...looks yum

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  10. Very healthy chapathis. Must've tasted very good with a spicy side dish!

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  11. healthy chapathi!!interesting n new!

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  12. Looks good- even I make palak rotis and they are my fav- well done!

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  13. Love this recipe dear... I make chappatis with other veggies, but it will be interesting to try with spinach - lovely post :)

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  14. I love this idea. Never tried making chappatis with spinach.

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