I think I’m in love with Kale 😉 … .It’s one vegetable that I can’t get enough, it tastes great raw or cooked and with so many benefits’s…I can say it’s one real healthy affair. Here are some details on: Kale Benefits
And I’m sure many of you would have tried kale in smoothie, salads, toast, eggs and the list is endless. So I wanted to give you one more option and that is ‘Kale and Oats Indian Flatbread’. This Meatless Monday I’m sharing an easy recipe combining ‘Kale and Oats’ with some added ingredients to take Indian flatbread to a super healthy level. If you are new to flatbread/parathe, they are traditional Indian flatbread that are usually triangular in shape, cooked over flat pan with little oil. They can be made plain/sweet/savory as per choice.
For this particular recipe, I’m using turmeric and flaxseed as I love the flavor of both in this combination however you can omit this step as per choice (it won’t effect the ratio of any other ingredients). I’m adding a little bit of whole wheat flour to the dough to give it a lighter soft or I can say melt in your mouth texture. They can be eaten plain or you can serve them with hot pickle (just the way I do).
They can even be stored for upto 2 days in the fridge and I feel it’s a great way of using any extra raw kale that you are not able to consume right away and fear might go wasted.
Process of making the flatbread
If Kale is not available, you can use spinach or any other leafy vegetable of choice as a replacement.
I’m sharing this recipe on Meat free Mondays…