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Avocado Paratha


Avocados have been in and out of trends lately, and for good reasons. They are loaded with several health benefits. Though, it’s a tropical fruit that might not be everywhere, however, here is a dish which you will absolutely love. Many people find avocados bitter, but this paratha recipe is supremely delicious and has no bitterness in it. Prepared using flour and avocados mixed with an array of spices, this paratha is easy and quick to make. Avocados contain all the healthy fats as well as are a good source of fiber, minerals, anti-oxidants, and vitamins. It promotes cardiovascular health, improves vision, aids in digestion, and is beneficial for skin and hair health. Not only that, avocados are also great for liver care, promote strong bones, and improve brain function. With so many benefits, you absolutely shouldn’t miss out on this delectable recipe.

1 cup avocados
5 teaspoon refined oil
1/2 teaspoon cumin powder
1/2 teaspoon carom seeds
water as required
2 tablespoon ghee
2 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 bunch coriander leaves
1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
1 teaspoon lemon juice
salt as required

Step 1
To prepare this delicious dish, wash the avocado and coriander leaves under running water. Then, cut open the avocado and remove the pit. Mash it into a bowl and keep aside. Using a clean chopping board, finely chop the coriander leaves and add them to the bowl.

Step 2
Now, in the same bowl, add the whole wheat flour, red chilli powder, cumin powder, carrom seeds, lemon juice, and water. Knead the mixture to form a soft and smooth dough. Let the dough rest for a while.

Step 3
Next, divide the dough into small portions and roll it into small balls. Flatten it with the palm of your hands, and then, using a rolling pin, roll it out in a circle.

Step 4
Heat a tava over a low flame and grease it with ghee. Carefully, place the paratha on it and cook well from both sides. Apply more ghee is required.

Step 5
Once the paratha is done, transfer it to a serving plate and enjoy with curd or pickles.