Drumstick leaves are a source of iron and i usually pick one bundle when i visit Indian grocery shops. Reversing back in my childhood we had a Drumstick tree in our house which was notable for its tasty Drumsticks and in the months of April and May we used to cook only drumsticks . Exchange between neighbors was also there. But never did i touch Drumstick leaves. But after coming to Singapore when we used to get this rarely all these food cravings happens and now the opposite is always in cycle. i encourage my children to try these. Yesterday instead of the usual curry i thought of incorporating it in Paratha like methi leaves . The taste blended well and children too ate without fuss. Now for the recipe.
Murungaikeerai leaves/ Drumstick leaves -1 cup
Whole wheat flour – 3 cups
Red chilli powder -1 tsp
Cumin Powder -1 tsp
1. Clean the drum stick leaves and wash them well.
2. In a clean bowl add the flour and powders , salt and mix well.
3.Then add these Drumstick leaves and mix well.
4.Add water little by little to make a pliable dough.
5.Allow it to rest it for few hours.
6.Make small balls and roll them into rotis and cook well ion both sides.
7.Apply little oil or gee on both sides. Serve with any spicy side dish.