Winter is almost here and so is the time to indulge in fresh and crunchy seasonal greens. The season brings along an extensive range of vegetables that not only load us up with nutrients, but also give our meals a colourful makeover. Much agreeable, isn't it? Not just us, Mira Kapoor too agrees to it. A hardcore foodie by heart, Mira's Instagram is loaded with glimpses of her meals, sinful indulgences and her thoughts on food. In fact, she has emerged well as a food influencer and enjoys whopping 2.9million followers on the photo-sharing app. If you follow her, you will find the 27-year-old diva believes in balanced diet that includes a combination of both health and taste. One such instance is her recent story on Instagram.
Mira Kapoor recently shared a story featuring a post on methi paratha that was served with a bowl of dahi and chutney. "Bring on the parathas," she captioned the image. Mira went on to explain her love for methi paratha and wrote, "Can't wait for the winter greens...methi, bathua, saag, palak, mooli!" Take a look at the indulgent story:
This picture was originally posted by celebrity food expert and curator Sangeeta Khanna. She went on to explain more about this wholesome meal and wrote, "First methi paratha of the season, coinciding with the sudden dip in temperature here."
How To Make Methi Paratha | Winter-Special Methi Paratha Recipe By Sangeeta Khanna:
Sangeeta further elaborated on the recipe and said that she used barley flour and besan (instead of wheat) to knead the dough. She took the two flours in 1:1 proportion and added warm water, sourdough, ajwain and fresh methi leaves to it. She then served the methi paratha hot with some dahi and red-hot sauce by the side.
Already slurping? If yes, then here we have the classic methi paratha recipe for you, which is made with wheat flour (atta), besan, methi leaves, chilli powder, hing, coriander leaves, green chillies, salt and ghee. Click here for the recipe.
You can follow this recipe as is, or replace/customise the ingredients as per your choice. Try this delicious paratha and welcome the winters.
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