Oats is a very good diabetic-friendly substitute for of wheat. For people who love to eat parathas in breakfast, oats paratha area good option as it is a complex carb, rich in soluble fiber and along with that the parathas taste similar to our traditional wheat parathas.
- Add all the ingredients (1 to 5) to a blender jar, and blend in a smooth green paste. Keep it aside.
- In a big bowl add oats, wheat flour, green paste, chopped onion salt, cumin seeds to and mix well.
- Knead well to make a soft dough (Add little water if needed). Apply a little oil to the dough.
- Cover, and set aside for few minutes.
- Divide the dough into 8 equal-sized balls and keep aside.
- Flatten a ball, dip it into dry flour using a rolling pin and roll into a thin circle.
- Heat a pan over medium heat. Place the rolled circle on a hot pan and cook from both sides.
- Brush both sides with some ghee/oil roast and roast until golden brown on both sides.
- Serve oats green paratha hot with some raita and pickle of your choice or with a hot cup of tea.