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Chawal Aloo Paratha w Bondi Raita - Leftover Magic

Chawal Aloo Paratha w Bondi Raita - Leftover Magic



I didn't had much in my pantry except little leftover rice, some mashed potato. After lot of thinking I endup with Chawal Aloo paratha and it did tasted good with Boondi Raita as I used fresh sweet curd. Best way to use leftovers what say?

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For Paratha
Serving : 8 medium size parathas

Ingredients:


Cooked Rice - 1/4 cup
Boiled Potato - 3 tbs [ mashed]
Wheat Flour - 1/2 cup
Redchilli Powder - 1tsp
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Salt - to taste
Oil -
Water

Method:

1. Mix all the ingredients except oil and make dough. Do not use too much of water, keep it to minimum. [Refrigerated rice works just fine]

2. Make medium size balls, roll and cook in hot tava both sides, apply oil/butter or ghee. [Do not keep the dough for long it will become very sticky..make paratha immediately]




Bondi Raita

Serving : 1cup

Ingredients:

Curd/Yoghurt - 1Cup [ beaten]
Bondi - 2 tsp
Redchilli powder - 1/2 tsp
Cumin Powder - 1/4 tsp
Salt - 1/4 tsp
Water - if required.

Method:

1. Mix all the ingredients, add water if required. Garnish with bondi, chilli and cumin powder. Serve immediately.
Note: Add bondi just before serving raita or it will become soggy.



35 comments:

  1. Oh wow !! look at those clicks, very nice click and that looks yummy too.

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  2. Chawal aloo paratha is something different!

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  3. I have made them and found the best way to consume leftovers. Great clicks

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  4. wow.. great idea.. looks yummy & delicious paratha & raitha..

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  5. Cool way to recook leftover stuff! Totally different!

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  6. Cool way to recook leftover stuff! Totally different!

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  7. my friend in delhi used to bring this in her tiffin to school..love it...looks yumm and lovely pictures..

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  8. Looks delicious,lovely pics...

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  9. Looks delicious and very different!

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  10. Wow this looks great! Irresistible :) Reg: a simple dinner menu I would suggest Pulao with spicy curry, raita, papad. Kheer for dessert and any crunchy fried stuffs as appetizer :)

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  11. I am speechless !!!Amazing presentation!!!
    Tnx for the gr8 idea dear!

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  12. aww..that boondi raita is just too good :)

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  13. Nice way to use some left over dishes... looks and nice pics :)

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  14. that's creative priti.., i make chawal parathas with leftover rice all the time..it did tastes good and nice to have it in diff form

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  15. Thanks ladies for your support and kind words

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  16. I must say your blog and ur pictures are going better and better by each and every post!!

    Nice picture and nice idea to use left over rice,great job gal:)

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  17. Aloo parathas look perfectly shaped and cooked to perfection. Looks great with the raita

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  18. what a beautiful idea...,
    thanks for the recipe.
    pictures are well taken.

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  19. Nice way to use leftovers priti...really nicely presented and i love raitha too

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  20. I love Bondi raita....A nice combination of Aloo paratha with chawal. The clicks are so good..tht it will tempt anyone to give it a try:)

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  21. What a gorgeous way to use up leftovers! This looks fabulous!

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  22. Very creative and lovely dishes together Priti!

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  23. Something so different and nice. Looks very tempting. :)

    Guess I am here for the first time. I should really appreciate your presentation skill and I love your blog template. it is so professional and neat way that you have made it. collars up :)
    Keep it going. will be here often.

    Do visit my blogs when you find time.

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  24. wow....lovely presentation....collect ur awards from my blog

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  25. Hey Priti thanks for your comment and really sorry for the confusion. Yeah I know you have been often to my blog. Don't mistake me.. sorry.. got confused with names.

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  26. Wow nice paratha .. everyones fav .. and yummy raita..too..Nice arrangement and click as well

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  27. Very creative. Lovely boondi raitha. Looks yummy.

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  28. Wonderful clicks. It looks so tempting....

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  29. Hi Priti,

    Lov the parathas and boondi raita..nice pics.

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