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Rotis / Puris / Parathas recipes
Last Updated : Sep 30,2018
10 Dec 12
16 Dec 12
Beetroot Turnip Paratha by Aroma-Sandhya Shenoy
Just a single beetroot and turnip was left and was not sufficient to prepare a vegetable, so thought of just mixing both and preparing a paratha for breakfast. This recipe is colourful and also adds to health benefit. You can use any leftover vegetable for this paratha.
18 Jun 13
Banana Buns by The brunchbox
A great way to utilize over ripe and blackened bananas. Its tasty, healthy and a good snack or even complete meal for this rainy evenings.
15 Mar 13
21 Oct 13
Ragi Power Roti by arymal07
Ragi in some form for breakfast at least once a week is not only a satisfying option but also a habit to be cultivated for good health.
26 Sep 13
Ragi Koki by damyantiben
Koki is a Sindhi speciality made with whole wheat flour, addition of ragi flour makes it healthier.It is simple and similar to thalipith.
25 Oct 13
Ragi and Vegetable Roti by neelavenkatesh
Ragi and Vegetable Roti is a staple of people who work in the fields.Ragi gives strength and the nutrients. Consumed in various ways, Ragi is a traditional healthy diet.
14 Dec 10
Cheese Garlic Paratha by Amarendra Mulye
Cheese Garlic Paratha can also be made out of left over phulkas.
06 Jul 11
Roomali Roti by Palak Rajput
Roomali roti, soft rotis and goes well with rich vegetable preparation.
13 Oct 11
Parantha Mumtaz by Sushila Jora
A delicious recipe made form left over pethas!
15 Apr 11
Paneer Paratha Of Curdled Or Split Milk by rajni ahuja
Paneer Paratha Of Curdled Or Split Milk, the name itself says that paneer used in the recipe is obtained from the curdle or split milk. The summer season is the main reason of splitting milk. Earlier I use to try making burji or subji out of this paneer but this time i tried paratha and it turn out ....
06 Jul 11
Mango Roti by wintertrail
Goes well with coconut / raw mango chutneys.
06 Jul 11
Soft Makai ki Roti by Foodie#397151
A delicious combination of maize flour and cauliflower.
07 Jul 11
Rawa Roti by Foodie #21672
Its very easy and prepares in jiffy.
29 Jun 11
Onion Paratha by KitchenQueen MK11067
Serve these piping hot parathas with tea or coffe and green chutney.
29 Jun 11
20 Nov 07
Butter naan by Foodie#391566
Serve hot with dal or subzi.
03 Mar 04
Arbi ki puri by rajni ahuja
Serve with green chutney or tamarind chutney
12 Sep 18
Dhapate, Maharashtrian Masala Flat Bread by Jyoti V B
This Maharashtrian Masala Flat Bread is easy to make and uses minimal ingredients. It is a homely and easy to make recipe. The spices make this roti even more flavourful than the normal jowar roti. It tastes best when eaten with flax seeds chutney, curd, pickle, etc.
24 Dec 17
Raw Banana Paratha by Siri1974
A tasty and nutritious paratha for one and all. Bananas are rich in potassium and fibres hence a healthy surprise too.
24 Dec 17
Papad Paratha by purva kulkarni
This paratha is not much popular but one must try this because it has crunchy texture and different taste. This paratha can be eaten in breakfast.
05 Dec 17
Ukdicha Paratha by purva kulkarni
Ukdicha Paratha has anusual stuffing made from a mixture of rice flour and onions. These parathas are tasty and are good to serve with gravy based subzis.
29 Jan 15
Till Bajre ki Roti by Cherrie
One can never eat enough in winters. One very common winter dish is Bajra ki Roti, an Indian bread. when you add til to already healthy and rich in calcium bajra you get an amazing Indian bread
18 Mar 15
Vegie Bajra Parathas by Madhumalti
Healthy and tasty mouth watering parathas. Enjoyed best during the winter months.
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