Paratha

A paratha (or parantha) is a flatbread that originated in the indian subcontinent. It is made with whole-wheat flour, pan fried in ghee or cooking oil, and sometimes stuffed with vegetables, such as boiled potatoes, radishes or cauliflower and/or paneer. A paratha (especially a stuffed one) can be eaten simply with a blob of butter spread on top but it is best served with pickles and yoghurt, or thick spicy curries of meat and vegetables.

Aloo Paratha
Paratha, Potato

Aloo Paratha

Aloo Paratha, an authentic recipe that originated from the Indian subcontinent is a favorite breakfast […]

Tofu Paratha
Paratha, Soya

Tofu Paratha

Tofu Paratha is a delicious, healthy and easy to make paratha variation. Made using multigrain […]

Dal Jo Phulko
Paratha

Dal Jo Phulko

This is a traditional Sindhi style Paratha stuffed with Moong Dal filling. Serve with a […]

Sprouts Paratha
Paratha

Sprouts Paratha

A healthy and protein-rich paratha with a sprouted green gram (or mixed sprouts) filling. Serve […]

Peas Paratha
Paratha, Peas

Peas Paratha

This delicious and healthy paratha stuffed with green peas make a filling breakfast. Served with […]

Cheese Paratha
Paratha

Cheese Paratha

A delicious, quick and easy to make cheese stuffed paratha. Ideal for breakfast or for […]

Lachha Paratha
Paratha

Lachcha Paratha

Lacha Paratha (or also known as Lachcha Paratha / Lachha Paratha) is a popular North […]

Masala Paratha
Paratha

Masala Paratha

Ingredients: Wheat Flour – 1 cup Soya Flour – 1/4 cup Potatoes – 1/4 cup, […]