Green Paratha

I always liked the green colored rotis/parathas. I had seen them in one of my friend’s lunch box. Recently I tried to make them(though the procedure and taste was completely different), they were delicious. I served it with Masala Dahi.

Ingredients:
Wheat Flour 2 cup
Palak(Spinach) leaves 1 Cup
Ginger 1″ piece
Green Chillies chopped 5 Nos
Corriander leaves 1/2 cup
Jeera 2 tsp
Salt

Method:
Mix all the ingredients(except flour) and blend it in a mixer to a fine paste. Mix this mixture with the wheat flour and oil, knead till the dough is smooth and soft.
Make medium size balls of the dough, roll it. Fry paratha on tava, apply ghee on both sides.
Serve hot.

Serves : 5
Preparation time : 20min

23 thoughts on “Green Paratha”

  1. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Ugadi,Shilpa!
    I regularly prepare green parathas but havent served with masala dahi.Will try it next time round.

  2. Happy ugadi shilpa, to u and ur family:))

    Masala dahi wow sounds good i will try this next time , I usally serve palak rotti with different raitas.

  3. Hi…I tried this yesterday and I enjoyed making something different using palak other than dal palak, palak paneer or alu palak. Thanks for sharing it. It tasted like heaven – I added some ghee on top. I made chole to go along and not the masala curd. We had a typical punjabi lunch with lassi to end the meal! 🙂

  4. Hi Shilpa

    I dont know suddenly last tuesday, i decided to make this paratha, as it is a fasting day for us . I used a little less of mint leaves. Used dhania jeera powder and little dahi in the flour. It tasted great.

  5. Hi ,

    Nice recipe . i used to make palak parathas but adding coriander to it is a good idea . my 2 year old loves it …

    thanks
    honey

  6. its a good idea to blanch the palak…as recently there was a threat of e-coli.
    while doing so we may add bit of onion to it.grind everything.use very little water for kneading.same dough can be used to make palak puris

  7. Hi Shilpa,

    Its a great recipe u shared. I liked it so much that now every weekend we have this parathas n also its easy n simple methods makes it taste great.

    Thanks for the recipe.

  8. Hey Shilpa,
    Thanks loads,you made my day.. I dunno how I missed this section. My kiddo loved this one.Trust me.. it tastes delicious.. and what is great abt it is that it is nutritious too..
    thanks again.

  9. Dear shilpa,

    Palak should be pressure cooked or not..pls clarify..my mom always used to do after pressure cooking the palak..

  10. Hello Shilpa !
    I often browse various blogs to find new recepies, today I happened to visit ur site. Must say great work.
    Appreciate ur dedication and hardwork. I tried palak roti today. It came really well n tasty too. Thanks!

  11. Hi,
    I wanted to know about this particular green paratha if it can be stored for a couple of days.
    Just like the gujarati Theplas which can be stored for 5-6 days at a stretch.
    Regards,
    Leona

    Shilpa: You can freeze them to keep them to store for longer time.

  12. hi,
    ur site is fabulus.wud like to tell u something.u can make orange parata d same way.Instead of palak,put boiled carrot with jaggery to add taste.

  13. I really liked ur site…. will try this for my hubby lunch box.. He may eat palak like this…. otherwise he does not touch palak…..

  14. Hi,

    I just love your site. I tried receipes and it is awesome.

    Beautiful. Please dont stop writing. You are doing good social work specially for new brides.

    Regards
    Jaya

  15. Hi Shilpa,
    Today I made green paratha… its easy for beginner like me… except one problem, i have blendar that doesnot do well unless i add water, i added water to it then i kept adding floor! i got twice number of paratha!! but never mind.. thanks again!
    ~Sameer

  16. Hi Shilpa – I made this spinach chapathi last night for dinner. My whole family loved it. what a nice way to get them to eat spinach! Thanks for this tasty recipe.

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