Cabbage Parathas

I found Priya celebrating a Cabbage Week and this is the same case with me, whenever I buy Cabbage it lasts too long and obviously I’ve to prepare varied versions of this vegetable. Cabbage is quite boring type of vegetable though it has got loads of Medicinal Values. The most common recipes I prepare are Cabbage patties, cabbage dry vegetable and Cabbage Parathas. I would love to know what do you all Prepare with Cabbage??IMG_3634 
When I posted my Peas Parathas I had made a resolution of trying out the odd 44 varieties present in Wiki. Till now I’ve posted only couple of them and both belonging to Stuffed Paratha Family. This one belongs to other family where the veggie is mixed with the flour and then kneaded. The following gives about Seven Parathas. IMG_3635
You Need:
  • Cabbage: Grated Finely
  • Wheat Flour: To Knead + To Dust à Proportion with cabbage should be 1:2, e.g.: for 1 cup of cabbage 2 cups of flour.
  • Ginger: 2 tsp - Grated finely
  • Carom seeds: 1 tbsp
  • Fennel Seeds: 1 tbsp
  • Cumin Powder: 1tbsp
  • Green chilies: 2-3 in number – Finely minced
  • Curd: 1 tbsp
  • Oil or Ghee: Applying while shallow frying
  • Water to knead the dough – if required
  • Salt to taste
You Do:
  1. Mix all ingredients except water and ghee in a Wide Open Bowl or Parat. Cabbage gives out water when mixed with salt so use water only if required. Knead to thick dough. cabbage parath
  2. Make big size Chapatis balls; roll out to make a circular roti form. It should not be too thick as cabbage won’t get cooked on  pan neither it should be too thin as it will become Papad :P
  3. Roast – shallow Fry on the Pan; apply ghee or oil in intervals.
Remove from Pan when both sides get cooked with light brownish tinge. Serve Hot Parathas with chutney or Pickle. They go well in Dabbas too.IMG_3636
Thanks to Cabbage’s medicinal value; the Paratha goes to Yasmeen’s Cruciferous Challenge .

Comments

  1. Cabbage parathas looks fantastic...i can eat them anytime..yumm!

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  2. That looks very yummy. I always wanted to make cabbage paratha ...but never tried it.

    Your snaps are making me crave them now.yummoooo

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  3. Looks yummy, neve thought of using cabbage this way, sounds great...

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  4. Once again, the pics are fab! :)
    And muli ke paranthe would be a better name :P Cabbage parathas take the whole essence out of it somehow.

    But of course they taste the same, like all you dishes, simply superb! :)

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  5. have heard of gobi parathas but not pattagobi. thats a new one and looks so scrumptious and healthy.

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  6. My mom cooks this cabbage paratha too nice...ur recipe is reminding me of hers....first time here...u have a fare of mouthwatering recipes...glad to follow u..

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  7. Lovely paratas..Nice click too..

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  8. Very new parathas to me...looks really good Kanchan...love these healthy parathas :)

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  9. Parathas with cabbage is new to me.I prepare cabbage kootu, curry,stir fry and cabbage rice but have not yet posted those recipes yet.

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  10. @All,
    Thanks for lovely comments.

    @Kamalika,
    Nice to see you here.
    Hope to see you often around.

    @Padhu,
    Oh .. never tried cabbage rice. So this goes in my TO DO list.

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  11. Thanks so much for participating kanchan.Its true with cabbage,very few find it interesting.I usually make stir fries with cabbage.Cabbage Parathas sure sounds deliciously wholesome :D

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  12. I love parathas, but usually end up making aloo parathas at home :D This looks wonderful
    Glad that I could remind you of something that you wanted to make :-)

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  13. cabbage paratha looks yummy and delicious! i am like you, i don't find a lot of usage for cabbage either. i make a cole slaw type of salad and my husband makes a really nice cabbage-mushroom sabji which is his speciality at our home :)

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  14. I love cabbage parathas and these look delicious!

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  15. This looks exactly like mine chawal paratha...I tried once I guess cabbage paratha...will try you method soon...my DH makes very gud cabbage daal..and I make soups ..as u asked wht we do wit our cabbage :)

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  16. Lvely Kanchan... Never tried paratha's with cabbage...
    Will give it go soon

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  17. Looks great Kanchan, never tried parata with cabbage, gotta to try this...

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  18. you know even I make cabbage parathas when I am bored of the curry..these look so delicious and definitely tempting..makes me like cabbage..

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  19. @Yasmeen,
    I've been wanting to participate in all of your previous healthy events too, guess now you might find me often there.

    @Gulmohar,
    Yes thanks again , you might sood find it as a bookmarked recipe here.

    @PJ,
    Waiting for your cabbage mushroom sabzi, seems very interesting.

    @Radhika,
    Thanks.

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  20. @Priti,
    Chawal Paratha seems interesting, will check out your space. Seeing you first time here hope to seeing you often around here. Btw you are my 50th fan , so special thanks :)

    @Sandhya,
    @Treat and Trick,
    Do let me know if you give it a try.

    @Deepa,
    Infact yeah these hot parathas make you forget how boring cabbage seems sometimes.

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  21. Cabbage parathas looks yummy and tempting. I have never prepared cabbage paratha. Thanks for your lovely recipe. Wonderful presentation.

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