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Made these for our evening snack today. I used 3/4th can of the red kidney beans(liquid drained and then I chopped each red kidney bean into 3 pcs.), 1 green chilli, 2 tsps. oregano, 2 tsps. basil, 1 cup more of whole wheat flour, 5-6 tbsps. more of all-purpose flour, 1 tsp more of red chilli powder, corriander leaves(chopped finely), 1/2 tsp. turmeric powder, 1 1/2 tsp. corriander powder and 3/4 tsp salt. I omitted the mint leaves as I did not have those at home, but I strongly am in favour of using them! I substituted them with oregano and basil leaves. I did not have pomegranate seeds at home, so I had to omit using those as well. It took me 45 minutes to make 14 memorable parathas - they're delectible! I had guests come home for an evening snack party today, and I served these parathas to the teenagers with plain cold yogurt and to the adults with mango chutney! Everyone wanted more and more and more!!! It reminded me of this - "Ek baar khaoge to khate reh jaoge, no-one can eat just one!" :) Thanks a bunch, Mini, for sharing this rare and truly good recipe. I recommend it to all.

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Charishma_Ramchandani September 12, 2002
Spicy Rajma (red Kidney Beans) Parathas