Blog: www.tasteofmysore.com Author: Lakshmi Grandhim
Preparation time : 10min Mixing Time : 5mins Total Time Taken : 25min
Makes : 5 chapathi s
300g : Whole Wheat Flour (fine ground flour)
1 : Big Onion
1 bunch: Coriander Leaves
1Tbsp: Green Chili Paste
1 tsp : Jeera (Cumin Seeds)
1 tsp: Curry Leaves (chopped)
Oil for frying
1. Chop onions to fine pieces. Coriander and curry leaves also to be chopped very finely. Grind few chilies with little salt, chili paste is ready.
2. Mix Whole Wheat Flour, salt, chili paste, onion paste, coriander curry leaves and oil. Leave it aside for 15 minutes.
3. Add little water at a time and mix the wheat flour to make a stiff dough.
4. Pinch a lemon sized dough and roll them into circles.
5. Heat pan on medium heat. Fry rolled out chapathi till they are browned. Pour a tsp of oil on each side while frying.
6. Serve with pickle or plain yogurt(curd).
Now, this is no parantha :P not that I will stop you from saying it, if you want to call it Parantha. It is not parantha for me because I (we) knew it from the days before we realised that it was called Parantha elsewhere :) :) , so it is always ಈರುಳ್ಳಿ ಚಪಾತಿ aka onion chapathi for us. So here you go with the recipe :
Wheat Flour : 2 cups (1 cup = 100ml)
Onion : 1 big/small (adjust the quantity based on your love towards onion)
Coriander leaves : 2 tbsp (chopped)
Curry leaves : 1tbsp (chopped)
Green Chilli paste : 1 tbsp (adjust according to spiciness required)
Cumin : 1tsp
Oil : 1tbsp
water to mix the dough.
Mix all the ingredients to make a stiff dough. No need to keep it for 15 mins ;)
Roll them into circles, and toast them over hot tava/girdle. You can use little oil to fry them.
No accompaniment is needed if you have added salt and chilli paste in required qty. So taste the dough before you make chapathis.
Easy Peasy ! A little change to your routine chapathis :)
Sending this simple vegan onion chapathi to Suganya who is hosting Vegan Ventures -2