Tricolour Chapatis

tricolor chapatis

Though they are nutritious,it often becomes difficult to make the children to eat different vegetables. In one of the T.V. programs I saw an unique way of using carrot, palak and beetroot in making chapatis.The three vegetables carrot, spinach, beetroot, give orange, green and red colour. The children are attracted by the three different colours and they may eat these nutritious chapatis.

Check Nivedita’s version here.

Ingredients:
1 and 1/2 cup Wheat flour
1/4 cup Carrot paste
1/4 cup spinach(palak) paste
1/4 cup beetroot paste
1/2 tea spn red chilli powder
1-2 green chillies
1 tea spn cumin powder
1 tea spn garam masala powder (optional)
Salt

Method:
Take 1/2 cup each of carrot and beetroot pieces.Cook them separately. Grind the palak with green chillies to a smooth paste. Add 1/3 tea spn of cumin powder, 1/3 tea spn of garam masala powder, salt and 1/2 cup wheat flour to this palak paste and make a dough.
Grind cooked carrot. Add red chilli powder, cumin powder, garam masala powder, salt and wheat flour to carrot paste and make a dough. Similarly grind cooked beetroot with red chillies. Add cumin powder, garam masala powder, salt and wheat flour to the paste and make a dough.
Make a roll from each dough. Keep them together. Cut a piece from the combined roll. Make a ball(do not mix too much, otherwise the colours won’t be visible). Roll them into chapatis.Fry on hot tawa and serve with tomato sauce.

Serves : 3-4
Preparation time : 40mins

Pictorial:

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35 Comments for “Tricolour Chapatis”

says:

Wow,Shilpa,one of my good friends was mentioning about this tricolour chapati only last week and I was planning on trying it out too!
With your easy pictorial guide,now I can try it out.

Nivedita Nayak

says:

Hi Shilpa,
Love the new look of your blog. I’m a keen follower of you blog and love all the recipes and other posts. Its my ready reckoner to konkani way of living :).
Thanks for this wonderful blog and keep rocking!!
Warm Regards,
Nivedita

zeenath

says:

Thanks a ton dear its been two years now and when ever iam in a crisis u post something which solves the problem looks like u are my very own fairy godmother.

kavita

says:

nice one my son Agasti is 2 n half yr old he love coloured food. will u suggest some soya chunks recipes he loves soak chunks with pinch of salt.

SK

says:

I so want to try this. I struggle to come up with dishes for my picky eater. I learnt 3 dishes with one recipe of yours :) I have one question – No need to cook palak? Wouldn’t it taste raw? Thanks!

maya

says:

hi Shilpa,
thanks a lot for this great receipe,your way of presenting is superb ,just a small doubt,do we have to boil spinach as well?like carrot and beetroot.

adit

says:

good method especially the photographs u have added from raw to to th final product will give even the laziest person achance to happily make them .

Veena

says:

Though i have never replied anything on this site of yours…. i have loved each and every inch of it. the site was my favourite pastime when i was pregnant. Having a look at all the recipes and getting my mouth to water was the funniest part… thank you shilpa… god bless you…

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