Chenopodium or Bathua Parantha

Chenopodium or Bathua Parantha
Main Course

Bathua or Chenopodium is very nutritious. It contains phosphorus, calcium and vitamin A. Winters are very special as they bring array of colorful nutrients to include in your diet. These green leaves are not only delicious but will fulfill the nutritional deficiency. If you or anyone at home try to avoid vegetables, try this recipe; it will give a boost to immunity and you will enjoy eating it. 

Ingredients: Chenopodium 1 bunch, Ajwain, 2 Onion finely chopped, 1/2 Radish, Salt to taste, Red Chilli, Oil or Ghee, Wheat Flour


1. Take bathua bunch and wash it in running water for 5-10 minutes as it is very dirty. 

2. Once properly washed take a colander and put 1/2 a cup of water along with bathua. Leave it for 7-8 minutes and then turn of the gas. 

3. Post that take wheat flour in a broad dough plate and add all the ingredients.

4. Once this is done crush radish and add to the mixture now knead the dough. Leave the dough for 5 minutes.

5. Now is the time to heat the pan and start rolling the dough with the rolling pin and cook them both sides with oil.

Serve the hot paranthas with white butter and chenopodium raita along with achaar.