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Gluten Free Rotis and Parathas that Taste Great
Last Updated : Jul 13,2018
Which Indian Breads are Gluten Free?
Gluten free diet has so far been considered a 'western' diet not prevalent in India. But with the incidence of gluten related disorders rising in India, the need for gluten free food is becoming critical in India as well.
The Indian breads, Rotis and Parathas, which are out staple food, are generally perceived to be the most difficult to prepare without wheat. The most common cereals to be avoided for those sensitive to gluten are wheat, refined flour (maida), bulgur wheat, semolina, barley and rye. Flours from various gluten free grains available in India like jowar, bajra, rice, buckwheat, nachni, rajgira, soya etc. can be used instead. So here’s how you can tempt yourself with a differently coloured and flavoured roti every day while on a gluten free diet.
We have given you an idea below of how to combine different Gluten free flours to give healthy Gluten Free Breads. At a basic level we have Garlic Roti which is made of Jowar and Bajra. Then we have just a Jowar Roti stuffed with Cabbage. You can find a large collection of Gluten Free Rotis and Parathas and a detailed list of Gluten Free Flours in India.
Which Indian Breads Are Gluten Free
Plain everyday rotis can be tried using bajra flour, jowar flour or nachni flour. Try this Ragi Roti recipe given above.
Occasionally try a combination of safe flours. When paired with curds, they make a great meal. Try this Three Grain Paratha recipe given above.
Love paneer…. Learn to make it at home and use it to make a paratha. Try this Moong Dal and Paneer Paratha given above.
All in one parathas are also an easier option to be enjoyed with any subzi. Try this Cabbage Jowar Paratha recipe given above.
Combine the safe flours with veggies of your choice to make a healthier gluten free option. Make the Methi Makai Ki Roti given above.
Do not miss out on trying stuffed parathas when you have time on hand. Make this Stuffed Buckwheat Paratha recipe given above.
Herbs and Spices are safe - use them to add flavour to your rotis. But ensure that they are stored in clean separate containers. Try this Garlic Roti given above.
For those potato fans, we have a roti too! Try this Bajra Aloo Roti given above.
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