Saturday, January 19, 2013

Soyachunks & Paneer Paratha

Parathas, my lil one's favourite. If they are stuffed with paneer, he can have it even everyday, obviously i do prepare parathas quite often for our dinner.Soyachunks,he just hate it usually i'll always mask this protein packed soyachunks in most of the foods i cook. Everytime, i have to break my head to feed him,few days back for our dinner,i prepared this fantastic stuffed parathas with soyachunks and paneer.

When i served this stuffed parathas for his dinner, he just enjoyed thoroughly without asking any question about the stuffing, i just revealed the addition of soyachunks once he finished his parathas. For my surprise,he told that he loved this paratha and asked me to prepare it quite often.Watelse a mom need,am sharing this recipe for this week's blogging marathon as i choosed kid's delight-lunchbox as theme.You can pack this nutritious parathas for your kid's lunch as this paratha doesnt even need a side dish to enjoy. You can also add veggies to make this parathas more healthier too.Check out the blogger running this 24th edition of blogging marathon here.


For Soya Paneer Stuffing:
1cup Minced soya granules (cooked)
1/2cup Grated paneer
2nos Onions (large & chopped finely)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Chilly powder
Few chopped coriander leaves
1/2tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil in a pan, fry the crushed fennel seeds, add immediately the onions,chopped green chillies,saute until the onions turns transculent..

Add the cooked soya granules,salt,red chilly powder,garam masala powder,cook everything in simmer until the masala turns thick.

Add the grated paneer and cook for few more minutes.

Finally add the chopped coriander leaves and put off the stove.

For Paratha:
2cups Wheat flour
1cup Yogurt
Salt

Mix all the ingredients for paratha as a soft and smooth dough(add water if needed),keep aside for half an hour..Make 10-12medium sized balls..

Roll the dough as small circle,keep a small ball of the already prepared soya paneer stuffing.

Close the edges of the dough,dust with enough flour and roll the dough as a paratha..

Heat a tawa, drop gently the paratha,drizzle few drops of oil, cook the paratha until they get well cooked on both sides..

Enjoy warm with your choice of side dish..


33 comments:

  1. Very healthy parathas looks so soft, kids love this for sure!!!

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  2. Delicious & healthy paratha,looks fabulous!great idea dear..

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  3. It's My favorite too...I am drooling here.

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  4. Too good to have soya chunks in paratha.lovely.

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  5. So healthy, so flavorful and so delicious!!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - Breakfast
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  6. looking at the ingredients, it must to tasty n healthy paratha

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  7. nice n healthy way to introduce soya chunks for my lil one too :-)


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  8. Wow Priya this is delicious. Even I will have these everyday especially if you make them.;)

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  9. Very interesting and innovative recipe aks :) looks so so good...

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  10. protein packed parthas! healthy and looking so perfect.

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  11. Very delicious and healthy filling..

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  12. These look very healthy and delicious.

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  13. Protein rich and delicious Parathas...yummy n healthy choice!

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  14. Healthy and yummy ones loading with flavors...Love it...

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  15. Always love to have paneer filling. Perfectly made paneer paratha Priya.

    today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/01/aar-macher-kutti-bhaja-spicy-fried-ayer.html

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  16. Wow looks awesome Priya..very nutritious!..love the picture presentation..

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  17. Even I don't like soya chunks.. This might be a good option for me too.. :)Nutritious it is... :)

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  18. My lil one hates soya chinks and I am constantly looking for ways to sneak it in her food. Thanks for this brilliant idea :)

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  19. Though I don't like soy chunks, my daughter loves them. I will make these for her.

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  20. Another new recipe from you, Priya :). I like this!

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  21. Good Receipe with Soya chunks. One Question - you said that the soya should be cooked? Can u tell me the process of cooking soya?

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  22. @Madhuri ShindeCook in hot water with some salt until the soyachunks double their volume, strain them and squeeze them completely before using.. Hope this helps.

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