Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Paraths from Left over Rice

In my house I don't like stuff my fridge with leftover food containers. I try to use it all one way or other. If I have leftover subji  or dal I make paraths out of it. Add those leftovers in Whole Wheat flour and Bajri flour, add more salt and other seasoning and make paraths out of it. My kids loves those crunchy parathas. Now they demand for that and for my picky eaters I make those and solve my problem to use up left overs and feed them vegetables and lentils too. I had rice leftover and one day I made it from that , my son asked for those parathas whole week so I have to make it again and thought why not to share it with you all too?

Looks like May is very Lucky month for me. I won another giveaway from Apu from Annarasa
My Soy Munchurian won egift voucher from Cuponation. Thank you so much for that and Thank you all for all lovely comments.


1 cup cooked rice ( mine was jeera rice)
1 cup WW flour
1/2 cup Bajri flour
salt to taste
2 tsp oil
1 tsp cumin - coriander powder
1 tsp turmeric powder
water to make dough


Mix everything and make dough. You don't need more water to make it. So don't pour water at once, go little by little.
Make balls out of it and make paraths the way we all make it.
Take dry flour if you think its not easy to make paraths.
Add one ball and make it circle. Put it on tawa and cook for one side, then flip it and let it cook for some time and add tsp of oil and flip it.
Press it with spatula to make it crisp and turn it over and make nice crunch on that side too.

My son prefer with ketchup , my daughter with peanut butter.
You can have it with your choice of curd or pickle.

cooks-hideout.blogspot and spicingyourlife
tangymind. and jcookingodyssey.
Show Your Best ~ Cuisine Delights and riappyayan
Javelin Warrior
gourmetglobal. and eshoboshoaahare
Sending this to Priya's May 2013 edition of Healthy me and Healthy Us event hosted by Jayanthi
sweettoothraf. and Pari's page
Carole's Chatter: Food on Friday: Using Leftovers
Dish it Out hosted by Full Scoops: Event Announcement - Dish It Out , 


  1. innovative...lovely yummy 'parathas' with left over 'rice'..interesting recipe dear..

  2. What a great idea! They are also gluten free...

  3. My friends grand ma used to make this .. thecome out really crisp and tasty!

  4. Congrats on winning the prize...
    very nice parathas...

  5. linz, that is a great recipe and congrats on the award.

  6. nice innovative idea. and congrats on the award.

  7. Congrats on the award Linsy... This is such a treat to me.. As I love parathas.. Awesome recipe dear :-)

  8. very innovative and very delicious... congrats on the award... Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
    Event - WTML w giveaway

  9. very innovative and healthy recipe...

  10. Salute you for not wasting food. Hope more will follow. Admire your guts and creativity for a fabulous outcome, especially with rice. I only know fried rice but this is crazily good.

  11. Interesting way to use up leftover rice. I usually make muthias with leftover rice :)

  12. very innovative way of using leftover rice...simply yum !

  13. Congratulations on winning the egift voucher!!
    Very good idea with the left overs- yummy parathas!
    You daughter's choice of peanut butter and paratha is actually a yummy combination.

  14. What a creative and tasty way to use of leftover rice!

  15. looks super delicious and lovely presentation :)Congrats...

  16. tempting presentation.looks so nice.

  17. Very innovative use of left over rice

  18. Nice and innovative.. you can also make stuffing for paranthas with left over rice. Even that would taste great.

  19. Very innovative recipe!! looks yummy!

  20. That is a nice way to use leftover rice.. Interesting idea.. Looks delicious..

  21. I too made paratha same way. Yours looks yummilicious.

  22. innovative and interesting too.. love the way you made.Thanks for linking...

  23. Wonderstruck with such an marvellous preparation, thanks for sharing with us :)

  24. Nice idea and very useful too. Thanks for sharing this and sending it to our event.

  25. Lovely :) Thanks for linking this entry in my event Celebrate Love for Mum


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