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Food Items that can be prepared with Wheat Flour

Discussion in 'Krishnaammas Kitchen' started by krishnaamma, Dec 21, 2006.

  1. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi,

    Here I am giving some items that we can prepare with WHEAT FLOUR.
    I think this will be useful for beginers.

    Note: Whenever you are going to roll the chappati, roll it one side and dont turn front and back while rolling. After rolling you put the chappati as it is. i.e. put the bottom side on the tava. Then you will get PUFFED CHAPPATIES surely. Chappati will come up like PURIES.

    Bye,
    Krishna amma.
     
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    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Normal Chappati

    • 1 cup wheat flour ​
    • 2 spoons Gingelly oil ​
    1. Put wheat flour in a bowl. Add salt and oil. Mix well. ​
    2. Add water and mix well into a tough dough ​
    3. Keep aside for half an hour and make chapattis by pouring oil or ghee on both the sides.​
    Bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Soft chappati

    • 1 cup wheat flour ​
    • 2 spoons Gingelly oil ​
    • Ghee to spread​
    1. Put wheat flour in a bowl. Add salt and oil. Mix well. ​
    2. Add water and mix well into a tough dough ​
    3. After putting rolled chapatti on the tava, turn 2-3 times. ​
    4. Remove it from tava and spread ghee both the sides and eat ​
     
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    Suka Roti

    • 1 cup wheat flour ​
    • 2 spoons Gingelly oil ​
    1. Put wheat flour in a bowl. Add salt and oil. Mix well. ​
    2. Add water and mix well into a tough dough ​
    3. After putting rolled chapatti on the tava, turn 2-3 times. ​
    4. Now show it on the direct fire like pappad.
    5. Remove it from fire and eat with side dish.​
    6. You have to eat this while the chappati is hot.​
    7. Because there is no oil in this, so as usual good for health.​
    Bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    Parota

    There are many varieties in parotas. Let us see some of them. Generally we use Maida or patient flour for it.

    Alu Parota
    1. Prepare chapatti dough by adding cooked potatoes, chopped green chilies, salt (cumin seeds optional) ​
    2. Make thick parotas out of this dough ​
    3. Pour ghee or oil both the sides and cook well. (This will take time to cook) ​
    4. Serve hot with plain yoghurt. ​
    Note:
    (1) You can add red chili powder instead of green chilies
    (2) You can add ginger -garlic paste with green chilies.

    bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    Stuffed Alu Parota

    2) Stuffed Alu Parota
    1. Prepare chapatti dough as usual. Cook Potatoes and smash them. ​
    2. Add green chilies, (red chili powder) coriander leaves, cumin seeds and salt in the smashed potatoes. ​
    3. Make small balls out of the potato mixture ​
    4. Now make small chapatti and place the potato ball in the center of the chapatti and close it. ​
    5. Again make it as thick chapatti without pressing much. ​
    6. Put it on the hot tava and make Parota by pouring ghee. ​
    7. Serve with plain yoghurt. ​
    Note: Here also you can change the masala as per your taste. And secondly, whenever you are going to prepare stuffed parota, make the dough soft. That will help you to roll the chappati easily.

    Bye,

    Krishna amma:wave





     
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    Methi Parota (Fresh Fenugreek Leaves)


    1. Wash and chop fresh Methi leaves and mix them with wheat flour. ​
    2. Add chopped chilies, salt, turmeric powder and 2 spoons of Channa flour. (Besan) ​
    3. Pour water and mix all of them in to a thick dough. ​
    4. Roll them as thick parotas. Put them in the tava and pour ghee both the sides ​
    5. Serve hot with yoghurt. You can add black pepper powder in the yoghurt. ​
    Note: You can also use dried Methi leaves to prepare Methi parota

    Bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    Cauliflower Parota

    1. Wash and shred cauliflower. Add salt and chopped green chilies (If you want add any Masala with this)​
    2. In chapatti dough make a small chapatti and put the shredded cauliflower in that and close.​
    3. Make thin parotas and put them on tava. Turn them and pour ghee.​
    4. Serve with any chutney or tomato ketchup. ​
    (OR)

    1. Mix shred cauliflower, green chillies, salt in the wheat flour and make
    dough.
    2. Prepare Cauliflower Parotas out of that dough.

    Both are very very tasty Parotas. Cauliflower Parota is the best one according to my family.:-D

    Bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    Mulli Parota (Radish)

    1. Wash and shred mulli. Add salt and red chili powder in that and mix well.​
    2. Keep aside for 15 minutes. Now squeeze it and remove the water.​
    3. Prepare two small chapattis. Put one chapatti and put some mulli on that and close the other chapatti and bind the ends.​
    4. Now put this on the tava and turn carefully by pouring ghee.​
    5. You can use red or white radish for this.​
    Bye,
    Krishna amma:wave ​
     
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    One request...

    Hi Krishnamma
    I would like to give a suggestion, actually its my sincere request.
    If u've all these preparations as papers in the system, can u attach those pages so that we can download and take print outs.
    What u say?
    I love to cook. So whenever I want to prepare something different, I used to see at ur posts. Already u divided the pages item wise.But everytime, I've to go to one page and search for them.This will take a little time. So can u attah and post here in the same manner? This is my sincere request.

    Gayathri.
     

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