In Filipino culture, the mother is known as the “ilaw ng tahanan” or light of the home, signifying her role in nurturing her family and creating warm memories for everyone.
I can’t forget the taste of Basen parathas which my mother was making…Those who are on diet can add these yummy parathas in their diet plan.
|Wheat flour||1 cup|
|Gram flour||1/2 cup|
|Onion small ,thinly sliced||1|
|Green chillies,chopped||2 small|
|Fresh coriander leaves||2 tbsp|
|Red chili powder||1 tbsp|
|Whole coriander seeds,crushed||1 tsp|
|Cumin seeds,crushed||1/2 tsp|
|Anar dana/pomegranate seeds||1/4 tsp(optional)|
|Oil/ghee||for frying and 2 tbsp for adding in the flour.|
- Mix all ingredients in flours and knead with water.
- Set a side for 1/2 hour and make parathas.
- Make impressions with fork or knife, if you like.
- Serve hot with green chateney.
GREEN CHATNEY /SAUCE:
|Fresh coriander||1 cup|
|Mint leaves||1/2 cup|
|Imli pulp/ tamarind||2 tbsp|
|Cumin seeds||1/4 tsp|
- Blend all ingredients and serve.
This looks like such a clever recipe, I’m so impressed that they are so crisp. Thanks so much for entering your recipe into fabfusionfoods x
You r welcome….and thank you…:)
I love parata, it’s one of my favourite breads 🙂
Thanks for visiting my website ..hope you liked this recipe too…:)
These look really crispy and delicious I like the symmetrical indentations on the parathas you have made.
Thanks a lot…:)