Veg Paratha Recipe Collection
Paratha are unleavened flatbreads made by adding all the ingredients to the dough, or by stuffing them. They help our mom’s to make deceiving food to make us eat all the vegetables which we wouldn’t have eaten otherwise. They are a healthy, quick option for tiffin. A good stuffed paratha makes a perfect breakfast or heavy meal. They can be eaten with curd, pickle, curry or as it is.
Paratha can be simply made using flour, some spices or stuffed with vegetables. Paratha are rolled on a wooden elevated board called the chakla and the rolling pin is called belan. The skill of cooking paratha lies in stuffing them without breaking it. Beginners can obviously not manage the stuffing, rolling and cooking so, you can simply roll and keep them aside and cook all of them together.
Here is a list of amazing varieties of veg parathas which you must try!
North Indian Parathas:
Lachha Paneer Paratha:
Lachha paratha are the most famous North Indian paratha, which are layered and crisp. We have added some cottage cheese to make a more nutritious version of them.
Punjabi Reshmi Paratha:
Treat your guest’s with these amazingly delicious, melt in the mouth Reshmi paratha. Serve with some Punjabi gravy and sliced onions.
Stuffed Spinach Paratha:
High in fibers and proteins, these Spinach paratha are the most common type of paratha. The stuffed cottage cheese makes them a sumptuous meal.
The goodness of broccoli along with some dried herbs makes an amazing combination to make your children eat broccoli with the paratha.
Healthy and delicious stuffed paratha made using all the vegetables available at home. Don’t forget to add curd to the dough to get a softer texture in the Paushtic Paratha.
Gluten Free Parathas:
Hariyali Paratha :
Add some goodness of green leafy vegetables in your diet and make these wholesome gluten free Hariyali paratha.
Three Grain Paratha:
Clueless about how to add millets to your daily diet? Make these three grain gluten-free paratha and boost your nutrient content.
Green Peas Paratha:
Make these deliciously, healthy green peas paratha. You can serve them with some curd or pickle. They are gluten-free and filling! More gluten free parathas !
Green Moong Dal and Spring Onion Paratha:
Green moong dal is a rich source of protein and fibre and when combined with spring onions , it makes an exotic combination. They are crispy in texture and extremely nutritious.
Rich in protein, heavy on stomach, these moong dal paratha best go with green chilly or mango pickle. It can also be created using some leftover dal.
Cabbage and Dal Paratha:
You would have eaten cabbage and dal as sabzi, why not try a paratha version of it?