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.

Diabetic, Paratha

Barley Paratha

Enjoy the goodness of barley in a paratha. A rich source of essential
amino acids, it is the perfect ingredient for diabetics to start their
day with.