We used to call this green phulka, it was a way for mama to make us eat palak.

2 cup wheat flour/atta
2 tbsp curds
salt to taste
water to grind
ghee for cooking

Grind to smooth paste using as little water as possible
1 cup chopped spinach
2 pods garlic
1/2 inch ginger
2 green chilies
1 tsp jeera


  1. Mix the wheat flour, salt and curds.
  2. Knead to a soft dough using the ground paste, use extra water if needed.
  3. Keep aside covered for half an hour.
  4. Make small balls and roll to a circle.
  5. Place it on a heated tawa.
  6. cook for 1/2 minute and flip.
  7. Cook this side completely, drizzle some ghee.
  8. Turn and cook this side completele.
  9. Repeat the same with the rest of the dough.
  10. serve with curs, or any side dish of your choice.

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PJ said...

All moms are alike i guess, cos my mom made me eat methi by preparing methi parathas!!Your green phulka looks tempting.

Alka said...

Yeah i just second Pj coz we too make methi parathas like this.The recipe is almost same with just a difference ,tht we add methi leaves instead of spinach
Looks yummy.....

Curry Leaf said...

Tempting and healthy.Mine always comes out a bit drier.also I am no good in rolling /shaping.always love this.

rekhas kitchen said...

nice tempting rotis and nice colour too

raaji said...

medha havent tried by adding spinach paste....will try soon

kamala said...

Colorful Paratha..Never made this Medha.

Sagari said...

very healthy roties medha

Suma Rajesh said...

wht a bright green colour...looks healthy and tempting..

karuna said...

palak roti looks tasty. love the green colour. somewht like the methi theplas we make.

Bhawana said...

di palak roti looking very tempting. and lovely color. That is what I was making that day when I told u m making poori n sabji. delicious entry.

meeso said...

Oh man, I made this the other day and forgot to take pictures for my blog... This is one of my absolute favorite bread recipes!

Divya Kudua said...

Great way to include greens in my diet..;-)

Roopa said...

Thats puffed out well and looks very tasty, mmm cant wait to try it:)

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