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Make colourful chapatis without artificial flavours (recipe inside)

Chef Saransh Goila shared an easy recipe on Instagram

phulka, chapatiHave you ever made red and green phulkas? (Source: saranshgoila/Instagram)

If you or your child is bored of eating the same food, how about adding a twist to your regular meals? We are talking about making colourful red and green phulkas and that too without using any artificial colours.

Taking to Instagram, chef Saransh Goila showed us how to make such phulkas using beetroot and spinach. In fact, these phulkas can be a great way to make your child eat these vegetables without a fuss.

“As a kid I would trouble my mom to make colourful chapatis or star-shaped ones. She’d find quirky ways to feed me beetroot and spinach and other sabzis!” the chef wrote alongside the video. Take a look:


1 cup – Flour
½ cup – Boiled beetroot puree
½ cup – Boiled spinach puree


Boil the beetroot or spinach and make a puree in the blender. Add flour and puree to a bowl and knead the dough. Use it to make colourful and nutritious phulkas.

“These are so cute for special lunches or meals – convert them into canapes or tacos and it’s all-natural – no artificial colours!” the chef added.

We are excited to try this. What about you?

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First published on: 15-06-2021 at 02:10:31 pm
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