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22 Apr 01
Pancakes(marceline) by melo64
Pancakes(marceline) is a pancake or dosa recipe with a batter made from grinding soaked rice and urad dal. The batter is mixed with salt, sugar and a pinch of yeast and left covered overnight. The crispy pancakes can be enjoyed with any sweet or savoury filling of choice as breakfast.
05 Jul 11
Paneer Achari Parathas by jalebi
A very tasty paratha that is quick to make and very filling. You can use mango pickle or vegetable pickle to give the best taste.
06 Jul 11
Paneer Palak Methi Rotis by koolkhats
Paneer palak methi rotis are a health packed roti recipe with goodness of paneer, spinach and methi leaves. A complete meal in itself, these rotis make for a healthy and tasty breakfast recipe with curd.
12 Jan 11
Paneer Paratha By Jyothy by jyothy
Paneer paratha, favourite of all and if served with raita than it is one meal dish. If you want you can add the fried onions and mixed vegetables in the filling.
06 Jul 11
Paneer Roti by kalyanig
The soft, delicious and easy to prepare healthful paneer roti makes for an excellent breakfast or packed lunch option. Enjoy with green chutney or curd.
28 Aug 01
Papad Parantha by peekjain
A unique paratha recipe with papad as one of its mixture ingredients, crunchy and crispy. Enjoy with aloo ki rasedar subzi or curd.
22 May 02
Papaya Paratha By setseeani by setseeani
Add salt to the ingredient of the papaya masala just before rolling the parathas as it would make the filling soggy and it would be easier to roll.
15 Jan 11
Parantha Rajasthani by Sushila Jora
Parantha Rajasthani, blending of three flours and adding spices and pastes adds great taste to this parathas.
17 Jun 11
Parathas In Chinese Style by pr0410
Parathas in chinese style is simply an irrestible. Paratha recipe prepared with vegetables cooked in chinese sauces as stuffing. Enjoy this unique paratha recipe as starter or side dish with gravy of choice.
29 Sep 02
Paushtic Dosa by jainnisha
Paushtic dosa presents a crispy dosa or pancake recipe with the batter made from soaked dals, rice and crushed spice powders.
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