Mint-Peas flatbread(Pudina-Matar Paratha)

These days I am becoming more adventurous in my cooking. I was trying to make different types of parathas for dinner everyday and this was one of the successful experiments. I normally don’t buy mint here, as it is very strong compared to what we get in India. But this time I saw a pretty good bunch and bought it. We both liked these minty parathas which had a sweetish tinge due to peas.

2 cups wheat flour
1/2 cup fresh/frozen peas
3 green chillies
2 tbl spns chopped pudina(mint)

Cook peas for few minutes (I cooked them just for 2 minutes as I used frozen ones).
Grind them with mint, green chillies and salt. Grind to a paste without adding too much water.
Add this paste to wheat flour. Make a dough. If required, add little water. Add 1/2 tea spn oil, knead again and keep side for about 20mins.
Take small balls from the dough and roll them into parathas.
Roast them on a hot tava. Apply ghee if required. Serve hot.

Serves : 3-4
Preparation time : 30mins

28 thoughts on “Mint-Peas flatbread(Pudina-Matar Paratha)”

  1. hi shilpa,,
    sorry to bug you again.I want to try all ur recipes.I know you told me that u have a sumeet did you buy it?did u get one at a grocery store or did you buy it online.please let me know.i cannot cook all the konkani recipes with coconut or any recipe because we have an american blender at home and it is useless..

    Shilpa: Synuae, we bought Sumeet from their website.

  2. Good one..I have a batch of mint that I bought without any idea as to what to do with that. Will put it to good use. Thanks for a lovely recipe 😀

  3. Hi Shilpa,

    Your pongal recipe was a hit in our household. Everyone absolutely loved it. It’s definitely a keeper. The methi and jeera powder together imparts a great taste. Thank you for making it easier to get some veggies into kids.

    Keep up the good work.


  4. Hi Shilpa,

    These parathas were excellent. I tried them yesterday. Thanks for this great recipe. Do you know a good recipe for matar paneer? Can you please post it when you get a chance?



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  6. shipa, yesterday, i made this peas parota, i added some aloo mash(potato flakes) to it , believe it or not i had only half a parota left, my 12yr old and my husband had already finished them off thanks a lot for posting such lovley and easy to make wonders

  7. hi shilpa,
    do you have any receipes for Turkey…..any asian or indian version…..
    and i was desperatly looking out for a mixie (indian brand) and today i happened to see a link in your reply to one of the readers…..of sumeet…….thank u soooooo much for the info.
    we used to check in all the malls for sumeet here in dubai. finally i got the dealer address.

    Shilpa: Sorry Minutha. I don’t cook turkey.

  8. dear frind ,i trid yourmint peas paratha .it tasted family liked it very much.thank you very much for your recipe.i hope you can entertain me with some more of your exprimental recipes.once again thank you.expcting reply.

  9. In summer season every one is looking for the recipy which is tasty,nutritioues as well as which also provide coolness,and all these thing I found in your recipy
    really it taste brillent and did’nt take much time
    thanks for such a nice recipy now this will be included in my healthy breakfast and launch.

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