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Corn Parathas For Growing Kids – An Absolutely Must Try Recipe

Kids adore corn and cheese alike, but at times they may not like leafy greens all that much.

Now this is a recipe for growing kids, and very nicely puts corn, spinach and cheese to use.

Cheese and Spinach is a classy combination, and this is one recipe you absolutely must try.

The best part is that it doesn’t take long to cook.

This is a fine selection to go for if you need a ‘hands on’ easy paratha recipe for which kids would adore.

For kids’ parties, this is a smart alternative to go for. You might come to realize that you can make do easily without catering services. It’s a dish you know the kids are going to adore.

Let’s now check out the recipe for corn parathas.

Growing Kids

CORN Parathas

Preparation Time: 15 minutes

Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Makes 5 mini Parathas

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta)

1/4 cup coarsely crushed sweet corn kernels (makai ke dane)

1/4 cup finely chopped spinach (palak)

1/4 tsp finely chopped green chillies

Salt to taste

1/4 tsp oil for kneading

Whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta) for rolling

5 tsp grated mozarella cheese

1 tbsp oil for cooking

Let’s now prepare corn parathas.

We’d need corn, spinach, whole wheat flour, cheese, salt to taste and chopped green chillies.

First take the coarsely ground sweet corn into a bowl.

Put flour into it.

Next, add in Palakh (chopped spinach).

While mixing it, put some green chilies and salt as per taste.

While kneading the dough, add water if required.

Use some oil while kneading the dough, a little bit.

Roll out the dough into a roti (Indian bread)

We have to make two rotis.

There’s one for the top and one below it.

We can now roast the roti. Place it on a griddle.

Next we need to lavishly put cheese on it.

It’s for growing kids, so excess cheese too would be fine.

After cheese, we can put the next roti on to it.

We can now roast the sandwich from both sides.

Once it’s roasted nicely, the corn Parathas are ready to serve.

The recipe is for growing kids, so it’s alright to use butter instead of oil.

For serving, you may choose to cut the parathas into two semicircular discs.

Use grated cheese for garnish and serve hot with tomato sauce!

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