Monday, November 27, 2006

Methi-Bajra-Wheat Flour Triangles-My entry for WBB#7

Here is What I made For the first day of this Vegetable of the Week :
Methi-Bajra-Wheat Flour Triangles
Fenugreek leaves(Methi) chopped Finely,
1 tsp Jeera,
1 tsp Red chilli powder,
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder,
1 tsp garlic paste,
Salt to taste,
2 tsp oil for dough,
Bajra flour & Wheat Flour (in same proportion)
First make dough with bajra flour & wheat flour . Add finely chopped methi leaves, jeera , salt, turmeric powder, garlic paste ,red chilli powder & oil . Add water necessary to make dough normal soft. Take care it should not be much smooth( as we make it for chapati.) let it be little hard (as shown in picture here) . Make big sized balls of it, and roll out each into big chapati like shape, it should be little thick . give it shape with anything you have, I used triangle shape for it. When ready, heat tawa or flat pan and bake it on low flame , until it turns to brow and crispy from both sides.

Serve hot with anything you like. A healthy tasty breakfast is ready for you. :)
I had it with my tea, while hubby likes it with tomato sauce . I Even like it much when accompanied with Yogurt.

This is my entry for WBB#7 to Nandita .


Anonymous said...

hi Pooja,
Your methi triangles looks good. Yesterday only i posted methi paratha on my blog.Same pinch!! :)

Anonymous said...

Wow. Nice recipe. This time around I will send you an entry for spinach.

Anonymous said...

Hai pooja

this is a very nice recipe.Kids like this very much.The picture is also looking nice.

Anonymous said...

Hi Pooja,

Wow!excellent snakcs.Healthy and interesting receipe.Even kids will sure love it.

Presentation is really fabulous.

Anonymous said...

hi pooja,
just cant wait to see wonderful recipes of methi and palak:) u r too good sweetie...
methi triangles looks so crisp and inviting:) wow... i must give it a try... may be once i come bk

Anonymous said...

Wonderful Pyramid like entry for WBB#7 ,Pooja! Great job,looks delicious:))

Anonymous said...

Hi Pooja - looks great, never seen this before. Not had methi with bajra before only with wheat flour...thanks for sharing...~smile~

Vani said...

That looks good, Pooja! Makes for a tasty snack :)

Anonymous said...

The pyramid looks so good and as I love Methi, i am curious to see what all u will cook up with it.

Vcuisine said...

Very nice pushap. Its really very creative. Tks for sharing Viji.

Mehak said...

ohh wah jee dheek all hungry now......esp seeing the chai ka cup...

Pooja said...

Hi ,

Sri : I think this triangle matches with your pic of the cake piece too : ) , same pinch for that too :P

LaxmiK: I got your email abt the past recipe, it is nice, will publish it along with your fresh one. Thanks

Swapna :Welcome to my blog ! kids may like , I guess ! but I am sure that me and hubby likes it very much :P . still we r much like kids : )) .Thanks for dropping by . Stay tuned

Usha : thanks for your encouraging words. I am waiting for your recipe dear !

Supriya : that’s why I am inviting you to visit my place, but you are not coming here : ( .
Just Kidding ! have fun with your family and friends . you must be counting hours to reach to India, right ? love to you : )

Asha : thanks dear! Have got your email, going to publish it today !

DilipBhai : you are true! Even I never before heard methi with Bajra : )) , just I thought to give it a try, and it came out absolutely wonderful .

Vani ,Shahin ,Viji & Mahek : thanks for being there , Even I love spinach and methi very much ! have fun .


Anonymous said...

hey pooja :
wow this looks soo good and presentable...specially u when u have guests around and u want something presentable nice ...will try it out soon when i get methi next time ..

Anonymous said...

Hey Pooja,I saw this yeaterday but could not comment because all of a sudden my internet connection decided to go to sleep!

Triangles look great,plus they are healthy.Nice way to use our traditional flours like bajra.Thanks for giving me ideas dear.I think I will try feeding this to my picky little devil of a daughter Ananya.I hope she likes this!(Fingers crossed)

Anonymous said...

Hey pooja,
I'm visiting your site for the first time.This look yummy got to try this.Your mehendi designs are awesome.

Shilpi said...

Hi Pooja,
Just wanted to know if you added garlic to the dough or not.You've got garlic cloves in the ingrdients picture but you haven't mentioned adding it to the dough. Does it lend a different flabour to the methi parathas?

Pooja said...

Hi Shilpa,
thanks for reminding me.
i have just corrected the mistake.
i add crushed garlic in the dough. that gives it a great flavor to it when cooked, and i love it.Knowing benefits of garlic i try to include it in most of the recipe of mine, also hubby loves it that way :)) .
thanks for your concerns , stay tuned...

Kausi said...

very nutritious snack and very appealing spl for kids. Kausi

Anonymous said...

very nutritious snack spl for kids very appealing. kausi

blue said...

These look great to cook with your kids! It looks fun. Loads of recipes like this can be found here:

I'm going to TRY to make these tonight, but my cooking skills are, shall we say, below standard. I'll probably end up with squares or something...

padma naidu said...

really nice creative idea. i lov it!

padma naidu said...

really nice recipe pooja! i lov it!

padma naidu said...

really its nice pooja, i lov it!

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