When i came to know the health benefits of avacado , I wanted to try some recipes with it.I tried a milk shake & it was too bitter in taste.I started running miles away when i see avacado in shops.Then i found ripe avacado wont taste bitter.I again browsed for some other recipes and came across this post. She has given the title as “super soft paratha” . I tried on the same day and yes it was really super soft. So i too gave the same title . I made little changes in the actual recipe according to our taste.Thanks a lot shoba for helping me with this recipe. . This paratha would be ideal for travel & lunch box.After trying this paratha successfully , i wish to make milk shake again .. Please try this recipe if u have ripe avacado in hand .. Please don’t take chance in trying with raw ones. It will taste bitter to the core
INGREDIENTS 1 cup - 200l
Wheat flour – 1 cup
Ripe avocado – 1 no ( pulpy ones)
Big onion – 1 no ( Grated)
Green chillies – 2 nos ( Grated)
Garlic cloves – 7-8 nos ( Grated)
Coriander leaves – Few
Garam masala powder – 3/4 tsp
Salt – as needed
Lime juice – 2 tsp
Water – Very little ( 1-2 tbsp) .. Add only if needed
Oil – Little to make parathas
Cut the ripe avacado into two and take out the seed.
Remove the pulp using a spoon.
In a bowl ,grate the onion, green chillies and garlic cloves.
Mix everything with the avacado pulp and add the required salt., garam masala powder , coriander leaves.
Mix all the ingredients to the wheat flour and make a dough .
There is no need to add water. If needed , add a tbsp of it.
Take a lemon sized ball and roll thick or thin paratha by dusting in the flour.
Heat a dosa pan and make parathas pouring little oil around it.
Serve hot with a simple raita or pickle !!
POINTS TO NOTE
Garam masala powder is not used in the actual recipe. But i used it.
This paratha is soft by itself,no need to add butter milk or besan flour. No issue even they are added.
Please use ripe , pulpy avacado. If u use raw ones,paratha will taste bitter.