Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Golden Puris & Parathas

This month's Magic Mingle combo is wheat and corn.I've been struggling to somehow get the lunchbox empty from school...but in vain.I tried these puris which are her absolute favourite today.I also made parathas but the puris looked like golden risen blobs of dough frying in the pan.





I haven't added much flavouring to these puris because its for the little one but still they looked fantastic because of the colors in them.



You need

Whole wheat flour 2 cup
Carrots grated 1/2 cup
Corn 1/2 cup
Semolina 2 tablespoons
water to make a non sticky puri dough
salt to taste
Oil to deep fry



  • Grate the carrots and cook the corn kernels.I used frozen corn so i boiled it in salt water for a bit and  grind it to a smooth paste.
  • Mix the carrots and the corn paste to the wheat flour and the rest of ingredients and make a smooth dough.
  • Roll out into small circles and fry them in oil.Else if making parathas roll them into bigger circles and cook them on a flat griddle/tawa.

  • Serve hot with sauce or yogurt.
-If i were making it for me , i'd have added extra seasoning or masalas and served with some spicy curry :)
- If you like you can stuff the puris/parathas rather than mixing it in with the dough.I didn't do it as my daughter will pick out the stuffing.















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Holi Hai@Cuisine Delights


26 comments:

  1. HEalthy and yummy pooris... Who would not love these...

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  2. very tasty!...........lovely combination.......the kids would really love this:).as would the adults!

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  3. Good one & lovely use of magic ingredients :).. corn purr's wow :)

    Ongoing Event: I'm a STAR

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  4. nice combination. Looks yummy

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  5. Carrot chapathis and pooris are a great way to include veggies discreetly. Thank you for linking it with Healthy Morsels - Pregnancy. :)

    http://schmetterlingwords.blogspot.com/2012/03/healthy-morsels-journey-begins.html

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  6. Both the rotis and puris look too good, awesome..

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  7. Lovely looking pooris and love the fact that they are healthy and nutritious.

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  8. And i finally get to see an empty lunch box!

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  9. Yummy Yummy...I Love this..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  10. Deliciously done,adding corn is a new innovative idea..
    Please link in your entries to EP Series-Cilantro /Cumin Event

    Erivum Puliyum

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  11. Thanks everyone for the kind words.means a lot to me.

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  12. Hi Princy, This is completely new to me. Grated carrots, and pureed corn is a great idea to the usual parathas. Thank you once again for linking this healthy recipe to our event Healthy Morsels- Pregnancy ! Keep going girl...waiting for more such new innovations from u :)

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  13. OMG! Now I started craving for these yummy parathas and poori's, looks really tempting. Thank you so much for linking with Healthy Morsels :)

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  14. This sounds yummy!!
    Thanks a lot for linking with Midweek Fiesta….

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  15. These look grt ..and a lovely innovation:)

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  16. Very interesting preparation...

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  17. Wow both recipes are good and healthy
    Thanks for visit my place Princy,

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  18. looks delicious!!!!!Want to grab one

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  19. kids love sweet corn, so this is a great option and they look really good :)

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  20. Thats a real lovely recipe.. never added carrots to puris before.

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