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High Protein Rotis & Parathas recipes


Last Updated : Aug 01,2019



प्रोटीन भरपुर व्यंजन रोटी और पराठे व्यंजनों - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (High Protein Rotis & Parathas recipes in Hindi)
હાઇ પ્રોટીન રોટી અને પરોઠા વાનગીઓ - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (High Protein Rotis & Parathas recipes in Gujarati)

Protein Rich Roti and Parathas Recipes

Why do we need Protein?

Be it an organ, tissue or cell – they all need protein. It’s even the building block of bones, muscles, skin as well as blood. Read about how much protein do we need at each stage of life.

Mixed Sprouts Parota, Sprouts ParathaMixed Sprouts Parota, Sprouts Paratha

5 main functions of protein are:

1.    Growth and development of body

2.   Repair and maintenance of cells and tissues

3.   Production of antibodies to fight diseases

4.   Transport of oxygen to different parts of the body

5.    Hormone production for various metabolic activities

Sources of Protein

The major sources of protein are dairy foods, dals, pulses, sprouts, nuts and a few cereals and veggies…. Know the Best Sources of Protein in detail.

Paneer and Methi Roti

 

To ensure adequate growth and maintenance you need to combine different food groups to ensure that the protein obtained from the diet is complete and of good quality. For example, you should complement cereals with other sources of proteins such as nuts, seeds, pulses and milk. Hence, you should not just randomly include proteins in your diet, but also understand the different sources of proteins better and use them in the right proportions and combination.

All-in-One Protein Rich Rotis and Parathas

Rotis and Parathas are our staple food. In most households either roti or paratha with a subzi is definitely been cooked as a daily fare. This section is an attempt to add protein rich sources like dals, cereals, paneer etc. to make them more nutritious choices like Paneer and Methi Roti, Paushtic Roti and Oats Flax Seeds Roti.

Paushtic RotiPaushtic Roti

You can try all-in-one delicacies like Hariyali Tofu Roti and Paneer Spring Onion Paratha. If you closely look at these recipes, you will figure out that the trick here is to add one source of protein like to the regular wheat flour. And why restrict yourself to only tofu and paneer? Go with your own creativity and have variety each day. Try crushed sprouts to parboiled mashed dals when you have time on hand. Chilkewale Parathe with 5 gm of protein per paratha is a classic example of this.

Stuffed Protein Rich Parathas

These call for extra planning, effort and time as well. But they are the most delicious parathas you can make and serve. Try different tasty delicacies like Rajma Cheese Parathas, Nariyal Chane ke Parathe, Paneer Paratha and many more….

Rajma Cheese ParathasRajma Cheese Parathas

Cereals can be good source of protein too. One such priceless ingredient is Buckwheat. It is said to be a complete vegetarian protein containing all the essential 9 amino acids. Thus it would be worth indulging into Stuffed Buckwheat Paratha (6 g protein / paratha). This recipe has cheese in the stuffing. Those who want to avoid that excess fat can replace cheese with grated paneer. Read about Health Benefits of Buckwheat.

Sprouts Based Parathas – A Protein Treat

It is better to make use of sprouts rather than the original pulses, as sprouts increase the protein availability by over 30% and are also easier to digest. Paneer Carrot and Bean Sprouts Paratha and Mixed Sprouts Paratha are wholesome parathas filled with the goodness of protein.

Low Carb Protein Rich Bhakri

Wondering which flour can be used to make a low carb and high protein bhakri? Its devoid of flour… the only key ingredient here is almonds…. brimming with protein. The process involves soaking the almonds, peeling, blending, kneading into a dough, rolling and finally cooking. Learn the art of making these high protein, gluten-free Almond Bhakri.

Almond Bhakri, Gluten Free Almond Bhakri


Try different tasty delicacies of parathas like Nutritious Garlic Naans, Paneer Paratha, Soya Methi Theplas and many more….

Enjoy our high protein rotis parathas recipes and do try our other high protein recipes from the options below

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High Protein Salads Raitas

High Protein Soups

High Protein Starters Snacks

High Protein Sabzis


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Phulkas
Recipe# 22399
01 Jul 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Phulkas are an indispensable part of meals in most Indian households. I've tweaked the traditional recipe by adding soya flour to wheat flour with which it is usually made. Do not mix whole soybeans along with whole wheat while grinding it into flour as whole soybeans contain certain anti-nutritiona ....
Paneer Paratha ( Eat Well Stay Well Recipes )
Recipe# 33468
01 Jan 1900

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Paneer paratha, paratha envelopes filled with lentils and cottage cheese. Combine this paratha with curds or raita to make a complete protein-rich meal.
Soya Methi Theplas
Recipe# 38845
26 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Very famous gujarati delicacy that is usually made with wheat flour and besan, i modified with adding soya flour and it yet tastes the same. Methi is the key ingredient that imparts the unique taste of theplas and mask the flavour of soya flour. Fresh curds renders softness to the theplas, make them ....
Mixed Sprouts Parota, Sprouts Paratha
Recipe# 40780
28 Jun 19

 
 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
A wholesome dough of wheat flour and nachni flour is reinforced with mixed sprouts for good health and spice powders for taste, to make a fantastic Mixed Sprouts Parota. This fibre-rich treat is rolled in a traditional Bengali method, to make it all the mor ....
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