Coriander Chapathi

A slight variation from my usual chapathi...

For this chapathi you need

2 cups of wheat flour 
1 bunch of fresh coriander leaves
3 - 4 green chillies (Acc. to ur taste)
Salt to taste
1 tsp. of ghee
Oil as needed

Wash and clean the coriander leaves.

In the blender, Grind the coriander leaves, with chilli and salt. Add sufficient water and grind it well.

Now in a bowl,mix the flour with the grinded coriander. Add sufficient water to it

Finally add the ghee and knead it well , until it forms into a soft dough.

Cover and keep it aside for 30 mins.

Take a lemon sized ball form the dough , dust it in flour and roll them into a flat and round shaped one.

Heat the tawa, place the rolled chapathi and apply  oil/ ghee on its sides.

When both sides are cooked well, remove from the tawa...

Serve it hot with any raita's ................

I had it with Besan cauliflower in yoghurt gravy as side dish. 

I recieved this award from my friends Nivedita and

Thanks a lot dears for sharing this award with me..........

Aruna Manikandan

I am a passionate cook and love to experiment various cuisines , in my kitchen. This blog is my humble attempt to register a copy of recipes that I learn and try . Feel free to experiment with my recipes and adjust accordingly to suit your taste and requirements.Hope you enjoy :)


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  1. This is surely a flavourful chapati. Will taste nice with or without pickle or simply with curd.

  2. Coriander is one thing which is always available in my kitchen...and these parathas are simply wow!!!
    Congrats on your award:)

  3. Lovely chapati a change from the norm.It looks similar to methi thepla we make but it has fresh methi instead of coriander.Lovely presentation too.Congrats on the award.

  4. great idea to make coriander parathas..lovely..

  5. your chapatis must have been tasty and full of nice coriander flavour!! nice recipe!! and congratulations for the award, enjoy!!!

  6. Very flavourful.would love to have some. following u

  7. i love coriander.i like chappaathi.excellent combination aruna.

  8. good job...nice combination....and simple too...

  9. Yummy chapati... Looks perfect... Will try soon...

  10. nice variation to the usual chapathi with side dish.Going to try soon
    congrats on ur award

  11. Nice variation to the chapathi!! Congrats on your awards too!

  12. Interesting coriander chapathi. I love the flavor of coriander, so this one goes well for me. Congrats on ur award. You truly deserve it:):)


  13. Flavourful chappathis, looks great..

  14. Yummy and aromatic chapathi...

  15. Aruna, thats one flavorful ur click as well..I love fresh herbs -they are so aromatic and love the color..Congratulations on ur well deserved award.

  16. Yet another way of using coriander..looks yummy..

  17. Congrats on that award.... truly deserve it for all those magic that u make here... That is one truly flavored roti.... I would love it too... may be plain is fine too...

    Kudos to you again....


  18. lovely dish , will try this soon aruna. thanks for sharing

  19. i tried this @ home...guess what?my hubby grabbed a lot:(...thanks for the recipe...its really wonderful n tasty ,simple too.we had it with veggie curry...thanks again:)

  20. sounds very tempting and certainly looks sooo :)... very very nice recipe, will try that the next time I make chapatis.. :)

  21. Thanks a lot for all your lovely comments.
    Thanks sowmya for giving a try!!!!
    Thanks a lot dear :-)

  22. Delicious! I love fresh coriander, wonderful recipe!

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