BM # 28 Day 1
The third week begins, and for this week I have chosen to make Indian Breads.There is such a huge variety in Indian breads that I was left totally confused.This might look as an extension of the last week , as this too can be put under the Sindhi Cuisine category.These parathas are very popular in Sindhi homes.The breakfast culture is out so normally these are served for lunch.A bowl of fresh curd spiced lightly with a little boiled potato and some red rubies for that crunch..wow, this meal is totally delicious.The parathas can be relished with pickle or papads well.
kneading the dough
Mix everything and knead a semi soft dough.
2 cup moong
daal, boiled with salt and turmeric
1tbsp coriander leaves, finely chopped
leaves, finely chopped
Salt to taste
The daal should be washed and soaked for at least 2 hours.
Boil the daal with very little water, and on slow flame.each grain of daal should be separate.
everything for the stuffing, when the boiled daal has cooled down.
Do not mash
it up and mix gently.
Pinch out a
lemon sized ball from the dough.
and sprinkle the dry flour on it.
generous helping of the stuffing in the center.
edges together to make a ball.
flour and flatten the ball gently.
dusting in between for smooth rolling.
gridle and roast the paratha. Apply generous layer of ghee on both sides.
golden and crisp.
You can make
it oil free too , just cook on slow fire to make it crunchy.
raita or pickle.
Do check what my friends have cooked for this BM.
Labels: Blogging Marathon, Breakfast, Indian Breads, Sindhi Cuisine