The go-to breakfast in almost every Indian household is paratha! Just thinking about hot and crisp parathas slathered in ghee makes us salivate, that is how much we love eating this desi dish for breakfast. And, the best part is, that we have an endless variety of parathas to indulge in. Ajwain, dal, aloo, paneer, pyaaz, keema, and more, you name an ingredient and we guarantee that a paratha exists with that flavour! We can be eating parathas every day of the week for breakfast, and not run out of flavours to indulge in. Today, we have found you a winter special paratha recipe just for you, it is palak paratha!
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Palak, also known as spinach, is one versatile winter vegetable. Loaded with multiple health benefits, spinach is known to be for being rich in iron, vitamin B, vitamin E and minerals like calcium, magnesium and potassium. These benefits make it an excellent vegetable to add to our diet.
Palak Paratha Recipe: How To Make Palak Paratha For Breakfast
You'll need to start by blanching spinach. For that, boil the spinach and then immediately place it in ice water for 20-30 seconds, drain the water from the spinach. This process of blanching helps preserve the bright green colour of the spinach.
Next, take blanched spinach, garlic cloves, green chillies and grind them in a smooth paste. Now, we shall knead the dough of the paratha. Start by taking atta, maida, spinach puree and oil, gently mix it till it starts taking shape. Now start kneading the dough with your hands using water. Once the dough is ready, roll it in the shape of paratha and cook on a tawa. The palak paratha is ready!
Watch the step-by-step recipe of Palak Paratha in the Header Section.
Don't forget to pair your palak paratha with the condiment of your choice - butter, pickle or yoghurt!