Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Channadal Sweet Paratha

I was searching something sweet also at the same time something healthy for our evening snacks few days back, while going through my fridge i saw a cup of channadal halwa and finally i prepared this excellent sweet parathas. With a simple wheat chappathi dough, i prepared quickly this sweet paratha and this parathas tastes absolutely fabulous to enjoy with a mug of spiced black tea.

These parathas turned out extremely light,filling also at the same time an excellent tea time snack, this sweet paratha may sounds exactly like our famous puran poli, but the dough usually we make puran polis goes for all purpose flour aka maida, i completely skipped maida here and went for whole wheat flour.Since i cooked this parathas in a non stick pan, these parathas are completely oil free, in case if you want to drizzle some oil, you can definitely go for it. Watever,we just loved this delicious channa dal halwa stuffed sweet parathas for our evening snacks and we just loved it.Sending to my own event Cooking with Seeds-Dals.



2cups Wheat flour
Warm water (for kneading)
Salt

Take the wheat flour,salt in a large bowl, add the warm water slowly and knead everything as a soft dough and keep side for an hour.

Make 6-7small balls from the channa dal halwa and keep aside.

Also make 6-7 medium sized balls from the wheat dough.

Flatten the wheat balls as medium sized circles,place the small ball of channadal halwa inside the circle and close the edges of the dough completely.

Dough with some flour and roll it gentlu as medium sized parathas.

Heat a non stick pan in medium flame,once the pan is hot,drop gently the already prepared parathas and cook both sides until they get well cooked on both sides.

Enjoy with a cup of tea.

31 comments:

  1. Very nice paratha Priya. I can imagine the taste and smell...love it!

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  2. I wonder aks how you come up with such yummy recipes :) seriously when you told me you made poli i was so so surprised :) looks superb... I am sure you all enjoyed it

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  3. wow, sounds like boli. Looks nice :)

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  4. Delicious I love these sweet chapathi.

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  5. beautiful parathas.Perfect snacks.

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  6. delicious paratha... mouth watering...

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  7. lovely recipe..healthy paratha looks fabulous..
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  8. Delicious and mouthwatering parathas. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  9. oh wow this is wonderful recipe aks .. lovely clicks :) we call it puran poli :)

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  10. wow that is a very nice and delicious paratha...
    Sowmya
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  11. Wow! fabulous inviting Paratha...
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  12. Wow..that's going to be a treat dear...I am craving for one.

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  13. healthy tasty sweet recipe....

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  14. you put good use to that halwa Priya!

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  15. Oh, this is LOVELY! This looks like something I must try. The recipe is great and I loved the picture!!
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  16. Very yummy and healthy sweet paratha...
    Thanks for sharing dear...

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  17. Delicious n healthy priya. Great way to use the remaining halwa too!!

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  18. Interesting sweet parathas,very tempting.

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  19. Very interesting and looks good!

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  20. How u making innovative recipes ka really u r becoming a super chef:)its looks amazing sis..

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  21. Yeh this is called puran poli. Delicious parathas. Looks divine.....

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/03/sauteed-eggplant-tomato.html

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  22. Such a lovely way to use leftover!! Loved it

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  23. very delicious paratha.. i too did the same with some remaining channa dal halwa.. :)

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  24. wow super aks... very tempting poli... even i too made thokku siyam with the chana dal halwa...

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