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A quick breakfast is what we all need on a busy packed day. And we Indians love our paratha's don't we? Well in my house our aim for breakfast has always been that it should be quick and healthy. 

Oats is packed with nutrients that benefits our overall health. Also Cabbage is one such veggie which none of us like much in our house. But when we make something different like a Cabbage Pulao or like this Oats Cabbage Paratha, everyone happily enjoys and relishes. It's ready within mins and is extremely tasty. Let's see how it's done. Reference pictures and video has been uploaded below the recipe. As always don't forget to check out the notes below. 

PS: The images uploaded were taken for making just 5 paratha's. Hence the quantity shown in the image would be less. The below mentioned quantity is perfect for getting medium sized 10 Paratha's. You can double or halve the amount as per need 

Do check out Oats Palak Paratha on the blog 

Makes about 10 Paratha's 

Ingredients : 

  • 1/2 cup Oats Powder ** (See Notes)
  • 1 cup grated cabbage **
  • 1 cup whole wheat flour (Atta)
  • 1 Tsp chilli powder 
  • 1/2 Tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/2 Tsp hing /Asafoetida 
  • 1 Tbsp garlic paste/finely chopped (optional)**
  • 2 Tsp Oil 
  • Salt to taste
  • Water for making the dough 
  • Extra whole wheat flour for rolling 
  • Oil or ghee for cooking (optional)
  1. Combine all the ingredients in a deep bowl 
  2. Add in water little by little and knead this into a soft dough **
  3. Divide the dough into equal portions 
  4. Roll out each portion into circles, using little wheat flour for rolling **
  5. Heat a nonstick pan/tava and cook these on medium heat
  6. Add in ghee/oil on each side if you like and cook till it turns little brown in colour both sides
  7. Enjoy hot with some curd or pickle of your choice. 

  • I use a chopper to chop the cabbage fine, since its quick and easy. But you can grate it as well 
  • I use oats powder in this, for that I just pulse the quick cooking oats in a mixer few times until it is in powder form. You can use oats as it is. Whole oats would give these paratha's a grainy texture that's all. I personally prefer powder form
  • Garlic is optional. It does add to that extra flavour, but if you don't like garlic or consume you can avoid it. 
  • Make sure to add water little by little to avoid having a watery dough. Cabbage already has little water content, so make sure to add water little by little. 
  • Once you have rolled out  make sure to dust out the excess flour before cooking the paratha's 

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