Wednesday, September 5, 2007

LEFTOVER GAJAR SUBZI PARATHAS

I dont like gajar ka subzi, but my husband loves it.....so what do I do......make it.......but not eat it, or reluctantly swallow some.....result - lot of leftover subzi. Its not that it doesnt taste good, but somehow I dont like gajar in a subzi. This recipe was invented last winters, when one day I had a really good amount of subzi left over. Great as I am, I took some aata.....n wait.....see the recipe below.

Ing -
1 cup - gajar subzi
1 cup - aata
1/2 tsp - ajwain seeds
1 bunch - corrinader leaves finely chopped
Add a little bit of both salt and chillies, keeping in mind that the subzi already has these two ingredients.

Method -
Mix all this into a smooth dough, dont add water, unless it is necessary, which generally wont be, or very little will be required.
Make this into parathas.

Blv me I loved them, and they were soooooooooo beautiful to look at, absolutely red (Indian carrots during winters are red in colour - not the orange ones).

When winter comes I will post the pics for both the gajar and the parathas also.

4 comments:

Pravs said...

Hey shella, thanks for coming by. Good recipes out here. Oh yeah, even i am a big addict at collecting recipes and had bulks of papers stored up too...but i lost all that :( Now i think, blogging is the best way to store the recipes.
Do try the recipes and let me know if you like them.

Shella said...

I will Pravs. Thanks for dropping by. I have thankfully stacked up my collection. But yes, you are right. I guess a blog is a much better way to store them.

Looking forward to more interaction.

rv said...

hey thats a nice way to utilize leftover sabji:) , me and mom also used to collect the recipes from tv, we used to be in front of the tv when a show starts and start writing on the diary:) mom infact has a huge diary collection of recipes:)

Shella said...

Dairy collection reminds me RV that my boss's found an old dairy of his mom's in her cupboard when she passed away, which was full of recipes & tips. He had printed versions of that daily made & handed over one to me. That's a keeper. I go through it often & maybe I'll pass on recipes from there too.