Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Dill Leaves Paratha

Paratha's are very popular in Northern States of India. Lots of Paratha's are being added by the food lovers and in the restaurants. Being always tempted to have Paratha for breakfast, I end up trying with some greens for the breakfast. One such try was this Paratha/ Chapthi with Dill Leaves. Love the look of greens here and there in  the flatten wheat dough. I prepare this very often with Methi/ Fenugreek leaves, But this was my first try with Dill Leaves

Dill leaves is nothing but Sabsige soppu or Sabaski Soppu in Kannada. 

For all those who love greens and love this Dill Leaves, try this tomorrow for the breakfast or even for lunch or dinner and feel more healthier ;)


2 cups - cleaned and finely chopped Dill leaves.

2 cup - multi grain atta/ regular wheat flour

Water for kneading

Salt to taste

Haldi/ Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp

Green Chilli paste - 1 tsp or Red chilli powder - 1-2 tsp


1. Knead the wheat flour along with all the above ingredients by adding enough water to make a smooth dough. Keep aside for 5- 10 mins.

2. Make round balls out of the dough just the way you make it for chapati's.

3. Take a wheat ball , dust it with some wheat flour and roll it into a thin chapati shape with a roller.

4. Heat tava. Shift this flatten wheat disc to the tava and cook it on both sides. Grease it with butter/ oil or just leave it plain.

5. Enjoy this with any simple curry you like. The picture shows Dill Leaves with simple peas curry( will post the recipe later).

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