How to Make Healthy Thepla Recipe?
Today we are going to make a healthy Thepla Recipe that is a Gujarati version of methi parantha. They are made with chopped fenugreek leaves, besan, and other spices. This mouthwatering thepla recipe is best for breakfast but you can have it anytime when hunger strikes. You can serve it with curd, raita, pickle, or a cup of tea. So, do give it a try!
- 1 cup Roti ka atta (Wheat Flour).
- 1/2 tsp Haldi (Turmeric Powder)
- A pinch of asafoetida (Hing powder)- optional
- 1 tsp red chilli powder.
- A pinch of ajwain (carom seeds).
- Salt per taste
3/4th cup of methi washed, chopped and cleaned.
- 1 spoon of Curd
- 1 spoon of oil.
- In a bowl, take 1 cup roti atta.
- Add 1/2 tsp Haldi powder.
- Add a pinch of asafoetida – this is optional.
- Add 1 tsp red chilli powder.
- Add a pinch of ajwain.
- Now Add salt per taste.
- Add half a cup of chopped methi.
- Add a spoon of curd and mix with hands.
- And Add little water as you bind atta.
- Add a spoon of oil while mixing
- As atta starts leaving bowl and makes round bound form, it means atta is ready.
Methi or Palak atta shouldn’t be left for more than 5 minutes as methi tends to lose water and will make atta very soft.
- Now make small roundels.
- Use a roller pin and roll them, thepla should be thicker than chapati but not as thick as paratha.
- Heat up a tawa
and cook on both sides, once you see it’s half cooked, apply 1 tsp oil on both sides.
- Thepla will be ready in another 3-4 minutes.
- Serve methi thepla with curd, chilli, pickle or chutney or chunda.
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