Sunday, February 23, 2014

BREAD PARATHA

Bread Paratha Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


I tried to experiment and coming up with a recipe to use up my nearly expired  bread slices. Since we prefer to have a savory over sweet dish to start our day, this Bread Paratha is created.

The bread slices were slightly toasted before processing them into bread crumbs. The bread crumbs along with flour, onion, mashed potato, green chili, chopped cilantro, minced ginger, milk and salt are then combined to form a pliable dough. Make sure you add the milk/water  little by little until you get a right  consistency. Adding to much milk will result a sticky and hard to roll paratha.

For the recipe below, you will get 4 small paratha but it can easily doubled to suit your requirement. They are best served hot immediately after you've fried them.


BREAD PARATHA
Yield    :     4 paratha

6 bread slices turned into bread crumbs
2 tablespoon flour
1 big onion sliced
1 small potato boiled and mashed
2 green chili chopped
2 tablespoon chopped cilantro
small piece ginger grated
2-3 tablespoon milk/water
salt to taste
oil for shallow frying

METHOD



Place the bread slices on flat pan, cook until both side turn light brown. You can also bake them in single layer for 10 minutes @  150 C, halfway through flip the bread. Let cool slightly.

Remove the bread, tear into small pieces onto your food processor. Whirl  into coarse meal.

Place bread crumbs, flour and mashed potato in a mixing bowl,

Mix in onion, green chili, chopped cilantro and ginger.

Gradually add milk, a tablespoon at a time to form into a dough,

Bread Paratha Recipe @ http://treatntrick.blogspot.com


Divide into 4 balls. flatten each ball into small disc.

Place the paratha on a heated  flat pan, drizzle with oil, fry until  brown spots appear, turn it over to cook  the other side. Remove from the pan.

Complete the rest of the dough..

Serve hot.

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22 comments:

Medeja said...

I haven't seen such kind of paratha :) good way to use leftover bread though :)

Beena.stephy said...

Looks delicious will try dear

Jan Oliver said...

very creative...

Winnie said...

I love sweets but I also prefer to start my day with savory dish

It looks very interesting and I'd like to try it

easyfoodsmith said...

Wow! I am sure it tasted delicious. So creative! Well done!

Jess said...

Wow. I have never heard of this...how interesting! :)

Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

Katerina said...

This is a great way to use any left over bread!

Shweta Agrawal said...

Wow this looks amazing :-) great recipe and presentation :-)
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cathy@my1929charmer said...

What a great way to use that almost too old bread. I would never have thought of potato, but I love the combination of the cilantro, ginger and green chili!

mjskit said...

Oh I could definitely eat a few of these! Love the addition of the chopped chilli and ginger.

James said...

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Deepti said...

These bread paratha looks great.. what a innovative recipe it is….

Sony P said...

paratha looks so delicious.......inviting recipe !!

Rosita Vargas said...

Muy delicioso me encanta este pan saludable,abrazos

Adelina Priddis said...

I've not heard of paratha, but this sounds like a delicious recipe. Thanks for sharing it on Foodie Friday

Shazia Wahid said...

An awesome way to use up bread..thanks for sharing

Kathy Penney said...

These look yum! The bread potato and onion sound delicious. Thanks for sharing at Favorite Things Saturday.

Laura@Baking In Pyjamas said...

They look great. Thanks for sharing at Sweet and Savoury Sundays, I'd love you to stop by this weekend and link up!

CJ Huang said...

What a good way to use up old bread! Thanks for sharing last week on Five Friday Finds. Hope you can stop by again this week. :)

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MonuTeena RecipesPassion said...

You are quite. Innovative dear.. This post will be very helpful tellin you .. We do face probs with leftover bread slices.. Best thing to make with :-P

Gayathri Sathyanarayanan said...

nice recipe. bread combined with potatoes, ginger and chillies will taste heavenly. appetizing.