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Rajma Paratha is a stuffed paratha variety with rajma filling…it is healthy too with a additional reason its easy to whip up and needs no side dish as it tastes good even as such may be just raita to finish it up.
Wheat Flour : 30 gm
Rajma : 30 gm
Capsicum : 50 gm
Onion : 100 gm
Coriander Leaves : 50 gm
Oil : 5 mlGinger-garlic Paste
In a wide bowl add wheat flour salt and required water, mix well and knead it to form a soft dough as chapathi dough.
Soak rajma overnight (atleast for 6-8 hrs), rinse it well. Pressure cook rajma with enough water and cloves for 5-6 whistles or until soft. Drain water and reserve it as we will be adding it later. Smash well and set aside.
In a pan heat oil. Add jeera, allow it to crackle. Then add onion, ginger garlic paste and fry till it is slightly browned. Then add the smashed up rajma. Add red chilli, garam masala, turmeric powders and required salt./ Add the reserved boiled rajma water.
Bring it to a pasty consistency for all the masalas to get blended well, allow for a boil then cook till it forms a whole mass. Add coriander leaves and switch it off. The stuffing should be semi thick and not dry, set aside.
Flour the surface and roll the chappathi dough slightly thicker. Then add rajma stuffing at the center and gather the dough from all sides like shown below. Seal it finely. Now again flatten it slightly with your palms and then start rolling gently. Roll it without the filling oozing out. Dust flour so that it doesnt stick.
Heat a dosa tawa, transfer the rajma parathas, drizzle little oil and cook on both sides until born spots appear. Serve hot with raita.
Protein 14.5 gm
Fats 6.4 gm
CHO 54.5 gm
Energy 320 Kcal