Thursday, March 12, 2009

Aloo Paratha and Awards

Varsha has given me this Goodie Bag for sending eight entries for the event Recipes for rest of us dessert. Thanks Varsha. I am bouncing in joy.

Whenever I make Aloo paratha , I can’t forget the one which I had in Manali. We went for our honeymoon in February, there in Kufri full of snow and roadside a man was selling aloo parathas, hot hot parathas with butter on top, with mango pickle YUmmmmm…, still I remember the taste.

I feel this is comfort food, easy to make if atta is ready. Nowadays we get ready to use aloo mash in the market. My kids love this. When I fast on Fridays I have to eat without any sour things, I prepare this without onion and have. When my in laws went to USA for the first time, they are not sure whether they will like the food in the flight. I made this and my father in law liked it, he had in the Frankfurt Airport. This time also I made it for my sister in law. So I am sending this to Food on Wheels hosted by Taste of Mysore.

I give this with a salad and curd for my daughter to school for lunch.


Wheat flour – as required
Potato – 2 0r 3
Onion – 1 ( optional)
Coriander leaves – one hand full
Salt to taste
Chili powder as per taste
Garam masala – ¼ tsp ( optional)

1. Knead the wheat flour by adding a pinch of salt and water.
2. Boil the potatoes, peel the skin and mash it.
3. Chop the Onion very finely.
4. Combine the onion, mashed potato, coriander leaves, salt. Chili powder and garam masala.
5. Make a thick roti and keep the filling and close it for 4 sides and knead as a paratha.
6. You can use either butter or ghee or oil for toasting.
7. You can serve with curd or with pickle.

This is taking part in CFk - wheat hosted by sireesha started by sharmi
This entry is taking part in JFI – Wheat hosted by Roma's Space and cooking of kids - Potato hosted by Deepa started by Sharmi.

Anu of Chandrabaga and Pavithra of Pakashale passed me this lovely award. Thanks gals I am honoured.

The award states that-These blogs are exceedingly charming. These kind blogger aim to find and be friends. They are not interested in self-aggrandizement (? big word, lol). Our hope is that when the ribbons of these prizes are cut, even more friendships are propagated. Please give more attention to these writers. Deliver this award to eight bloggers who must choose eight more and include this cleverly-written text into the body of their award.

It's so hard to choose 8 bloggers from my friends :-(

Here is my list

1. Mahimaa of Indian Vegetarian Kitchen

2. Raji of Raks Kitchen

3. Shama of Easy to cook recipes

4. Varsha of Will O the Wisp

5. Ann of Delighted Foodie

6. Sanghi of Sanghi's food delights

7. Neema of Recipewap

8. Asha of Foodies Hope


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