Cabbage paratha recipe prepared by mixing cabbage in the dough prepared with wheat flour /atta along with spices to make it flavourful, healthy and tasty.
I tried cabbage paratha for first time when my kid got cabbage as Vegetable of the week in his school. This was perfect for his lunch box and he loved it a lot and brought back empty lunch box back home! I too loved the taste very much and this is sure going to be a regular item at home,as it makes me and my kiddo consume some vegetable!
There are two versions , one is this version and the other is stuffed cabbage paratha. But I love this version as this is easy and mess free job at the early morning hurry buries… Do try this yourself,if not so far and you too will agree with me..
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Easy Cabbage paratha recipe
- 1 cup Wheat flour
- ¾ cup Cabbage chopped or grated
- 2 Green chilli finely chopped
- 1 teaspoon Sambar powder or red chilli powder
- 1 teaspoon Ginger very finely chopped
- 2 tablespoon Coriander leaves chopped
- 1 tablespoon Oil plus as need for cooking
- Water - As needed
- Mix flour, cabbage, green chilli, sambar powder, coriander leaves, salt, oil and ginger well and then sprinkle water little by little to make a stiff,non sticky, yet pliable dough.
- Roll in to thin parathas with generous flour dusting.
- Toast in tawa both sides until golden brown spots appear.
- Drizzle oil if desired.
- I have tried both grating and chopping the cabbage,both comes out very nice.
- If you are grating the cabbage,one thing you have to be careful is with water quantity,takes very very less water.
- Adding oil in the dough helps to make the parathas soft and rolling easy…
- You can add oil in the dough and reduce accordingly while cooking.
- Ginger is very nice add to this paratha,so make sure you add it.
Cabbage Paratha method:
- Mix flour,cabbage,green chilli,sambar powder,coriander,salt,oil and ginger well.
- Sprinkle water little by little to make a stiff, non sticky,yet pliable dough.
- Roll in to thin parathas with generous flour dusting.
- Toast in tawa both sides until golden brown spots appear.Drizzle oil if desired.
Serve with any kind of raita or even tastes great with curd and pickle.
Luv this version sure easy one during our hurry burries...I tried a stuffing version and luved it. The only way I can eat cabbage is like this only
Nice clicks as always :)....I do the exact same way...just don't add ginger....yours looks yum
Sen hates cabbage . will try this and make him to eat. Thnx for the recipe 🙂
paratha looks delicious
even i made cabbage paratha on last wednesday for the vegetable week. but i stuffed the veggie inside.This sounds very yummy and will try next time.beautiful click
hi. Even I make this and sometimes the stuffed version, I find paratha a great way to add vegetables in the kid's diet.
LUV THIS PARATHAS AND A QUICK FIX RECIPE.
make it the same way ! looks swell !
Make this often,I even add grated carrots or chopped methi sometimes...but I add masalas of my choice...easy peasy paratha's but a healthy wholesome meal..
Nice post.Must try it sometime..
Your parathas have come out so neat and perfect. Just feel like picking one paratha from your plate ;-)All I need is a bottle of pickle with this
Indeed a lovely one. Healthy and perfect for lunch boxes.
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i make it this way only..you are right..excellent for kids
Till now I ahve never tried parathas, these look healthy yumm.
Wow paratha looks tempting...never tried this before...
Nice one....I was just thinking of trying this 🙂
Perfect Paratha! ur version is too gud...Neat Presentation...
Super healthy and fantastic 🙂 love the idea on the whole.
Classic clicks as ever especially the second one and I love your emoticons too 😉
The chopped cabbage must add a nice crunch - perfect lunchbox idea. Will try for my daughter too.
Perfect and yummy parathas,new to me,nice recipe
Pictures are great asusual raji... I too love adding cabbage in chappathi.. I am seriously drooling ... Pass me one chappathi here. First click is awesome.
I hate cabbage Raks, but your pictures tempts me to try them though.
BTW: I like your first click , looks like a magazine picture.
Yum..i often make this whenever I am in mood for a quick no fuss meal..looks delicious!
wow this is very very healthy! very yummy too!
Healthy and yummy paratha. Looks beautiful.
lovely paratha....I make them too and kids enjoy it...best way to get veggies into them!
yummy different parathas
Anything with cabbage ,i am ready to eat...Luv the first pic..
Easy one to make, and I loved ur presentation..And ur parathas came out perfect..
Looks so easy and ready to made quickly..Thanks for sharing with us...
I make cabbage rotti using rice, but this is healthy as you are using wheat flour..Have to try this, looks perfect 🙂
Love this version of cabbage paratha...yummy!!
Love the addtion of sambar powder too!!
The parathas looks yumm! Beautiful clicks!
Great!I loved the size, shape, colr and everythign about it. beautifully rolled parattas..
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yummy way of conceling cabbage for people like me..:)
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looks perfect. YUm!!
Never made with cabbage but that looks absolutely gorgeous and great lunch box idea!
Looks great and yummy
just now prepared this for breakfast
we just loved it dear 🙂
very innovative idea!
I love cabbage in parathas...they looks great..
very nice idea raks:)
Cabbage paratha...completely new to me! But looks great...sure it tastes really good too! 😀
Great idea, i am sure it would have tasted great. I love stuffed paratahs, Amamzing clicks Raks..
super idea......looks absolutely very nice!!
Lovely paratha,loved it....
Awesome..Sambar powder will give a nice n beautiful twist. Like many others I love cabbage 🙂
Easy and healthy recipe.. First time here and happy to follow u...
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wow, what an excellent idea to make this one, looks delicious.
great way of making my daughter eat this vegetable. Thanks for sharing
beautiful parathas. looks so tasty.
Hi Raji, First of all Lovely clicks (I think this is my standard dialogue in your blog!), Lovely Parathas, I only make this when H is not around!, as he doesn't like both the combination!, he like his Rice :)), and Thank you so much dear for showcasing my event in your blog and thanks about the recipe too, I wrote to her.., I have tried some dishes from your kitchen will try to post soon :))
Hi Raji, I am a regular visitor to your blog and I love all your recipes. They are easy to make as step by step pics are there. Snaps are perfect.
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Loved ur version of cabbage paratha looks yuummy:)
I make this with carrots for my daughter...cabbage sounds good too. will definitely try sometime. thanks for sharing.
healthy and tasty paratha!!looks yummy!!
Yummuy.. Just love this..
Love the idea of adding cabbages in paratha. They look good.
Cabbage paratha looks delicious. i love cabbage.
Nice recipe..sounds brillant!! I used to make dosa, but paratha is new to me..will try this sometimes.
I tried this and came out good. My son loved it.
sumitha, Thanks a lot for the prompt feedback :)Gald ur son like dit! Yes it has become my kid's favorite too 🙂
tempting is the word! 😀 😀 .. My fav are onion/Paneer/Aloo Pyaaz prantha 😛 ..
Will try this as well.. seems very crunchy.. 🙂
Made this paratha,came out very well.My kids hate to eat cabbage but they ate this paratha,now this i going to be there school lunch very often...
Hey Raji!! I tried this paratha for dinner now. Came out super!!
Thanks a lot varunavi and Janu 🙂
I tried and turned out to be really good.. my husband loved it 🙂
Thanks Raji mam I tried your jangri it came out well but for making jangri I tried with cone made out of chapathi floor cover like mehandi cone and almost came well but I reg frying I hav some doubt whether the flame should be continuously low or it should be stopped if oil is too heat
Hi Komal Thanks a lot for the feed back 🙂
Hi aparna, Thanks for the feedback 🙂 You can call me Raji 🙂 Please dont attatch mam, I am your friend only 🙂
The flame can be adjusted accordingly, you have to make sure it is hot enough and also not fuming hot. Just enough to fry the jangri immediately without making it soggy and sticky. Hope it helps
can u give the recipe of curry powder?n sambar powder...u have given in huge quantity...so can u give in smaller quantity...in measurement cups...thanks
Sure,I will ask my mom and let you know
I tried this one too! too good it was!
should we need to give resting time for dough.
Thanks Raks, Looks easy, I'll try it tmrw 🙂
I am absolutely new to cooking. ..Thank s for the receipe ...could you please help me out to make it soft...each time I try it comes out hard.. I tried both - with and without adding oil to dough.