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Rotis / Puris / Parathas recipes


Last Updated : Sep 30,2018



रोटी / पुरी / पराठे - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Rotis / Puris / Parathas recipes in Hindi)
રોટી / પૂરી / પરોઠા - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Rotis / Puris / Parathas recipes in Gujarati)
A variety of tasty flat breads are made in India, to be served as part of lunch or dinner, and sometimes as breakfast too. A roti is cooked on a tava or on an open flame, while a puri is deep-fried. On the other hand, a paratha is a category of Indian bread that is stuffed or spiced-up. Across the country, each community has its favourite type of flat bread and indigenous ways of making them. Rotis, puris and parathas are usually had with subzis and dals or with accompaniments like curds and pickles. Take your pick from the vast range of recipes in this section, which include puris like the Aloo Ki Puri, Baked Puri, Beetroot Puri, and Bhatura that is had with Chole, parathas like the Cheese Paratha, Aloo Methi Paratha, Dal Paratha and Gobi Paratha, as well as rotis like the Garlic Roti, Bhakri and Coriander Roti.

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Recipe# 14323
07 Jul 11

 
 by visala30
No reviews
Rice roti is a traditional roti or indian flat bread recipe prepared from rice flour. These soft , paper thin and delicious rice rotis are typically enjoyed with fish curry or green vegetables in coastal india.
Recipe# 14373
02 Jul 11

 
 by gpsundaram1
No reviews
Rajmah paratha are basically boiled rajmah or kidney beans stuffed parathas which make for a healthy and delicious paratha recipe. Relish with fresh curd and pickle.
Recipe# 14378
16 Jul 02

 
 by tilo126
No reviews
Protein Parathas are stuffed Parathas recipe with paneer as stuffing. Loaded with goodness of proteins, these protein Parathas are a great way to start your day, when included as breakfast.
Recipe# 14704
13 Feb 02

 
 by twesha
No reviews
Kashmiripuri is a traditional fried puri or puffed Indian bread recipe prepared from mix of maida, wheat flour, yeast, milk , sugar and aniseeds. The dough is left over night and then fried with a coating of saffron and curd.
Recipe# 14754
15 Mar 02

 
 by diptidoshi2001
No reviews
An interesting spicy recipe using left over rotis, the Waghareli rotli are prepared by stir frying the rotis with chopped onions, chillies and tomatoes. A spicy breakfast or snack item which is typically enjoyed with fresh curd.
Recipe# 14785
28 Feb 04

 
 by rinku2201
No reviews
Spruce up the health quotient of your breakfast or meal fare by stuffing bean sprouts in the paranthas as in the tasty Sprout stuffed Paratha recipe. Enjoy this delicious and healthy sprout stuffed Paratha recipe with pickle or curd.
Recipe# 14840
12 Feb 03

 
 by Deepali Mathur
No reviews
Add color and taste top your table on Holi with the Ranga rang puri (on the occasion of holi). Prepared with a dough comprising separately of spinach and beetroot puree, the ranga rang puris are deep fried in hot oil and relished with pickle or aloo ki subzi.
Recipe# 14922
24 Dec 03

 
 by sharadakota
No reviews
What makes this simple curd puri recipe exciting is the addition of humble curd in to the puri atta dough. The puris are deep fried and then enjoyed as breakfast or snack with pickle or aloo curry.
Recipe# 14965
17 Jun 11

 
 by sumagandlur
No reviews
An innovative paratha recipe, lacha paratha is layered wheat roti stuffed with a generous layer of ghee and seasonings. The lacha parathas is tasty and simply melts in the mouth, when served with any vegetable curry.
Recipe# 15619
17 Nov 04

 
 by sumitapatnaik
No reviews
Matar wali poorie is prepared by stuffing a mashed peas or matar mixture into the wheat dough rolls. Enjoy the matar poories deep fried with aloo ki subzi.
Recipe# 15629
02 Dec 04

 
 by mangalexp
No reviews
Try out this simple Chas chapati using the leftover chapatis and buttermilk or chaas.The cut rotis are tempered with mustard seeds and chillies and then simmered in a spicy buttermilk mixture. Enjoy garnished with roasted peanuts and chopped coriander leaves.
Recipe# 15821
19 Aug 11

 
 by anithajagadeesh
No reviews
Brocolli paratha is prepared by adding chopped broccoli into the flour mix and then shallow frying these healthy parathas with ghee or butter. Enjoy the lovely stuffed broccoli parathas with raita or pickle.
Recipe# 15827
27 Feb 04

 
 by pallavi_sri
No reviews
Vegetable Paratha are prepared by mixing chopped vegetables with wheat flour while kneading and then shallow frying these rolled out vegetable parathas in hot oil or ghee. Relish as breakfast or healthy snack with curd.
Recipe# 15904
11 May 05

 
 by Foodie #271079
No reviews
A healthy and tasty Tiranga Paratha has layers of health weaved into the parathas. The grated carrots, lentils and spice powders make for the stuffing in this tiranga paratha which is not only great in looks but also in taste and health benefits.
Recipe# 15935
06 Jul 11

 
 
by koolkhats
No reviews
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.
Recipe# 16042
11 Aug 11

 
 by draarthi
No reviews
Akki roti is basically an indian flat bread recipe made from a rice flour based dough. These thin and soft akki rotis are typically paired with curries or lentil dishes.
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