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Punjabi Rotis, Parathas recipes


Last Updated : Jan 21,2020



पंजाबी रोटी / पराठे - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Punjabi Rotis, Parathas recipes in Hindi)
પંજાબી રોટી / પરોઠા - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Punjabi Rotis, Parathas recipes in Gujarati)

Punjabi Rotis, Punjabi Parathas

No Punjabi meal is complete without a selection of rotis and parathas like Makki Ki RotiAloo ParathaButter Naan and Lachha Paratha. Not only are these usually cooked with ghee, but also served with lots of ghee or butter smeared on top of them! Indeed, Punjabi cuisine is bent on pampering the diner. 

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Lachha ParathaLachha Paratha

Lachha Paratha not only looks appetizing but are also interesting to bite in, because the layers separated by ghee give a flaky, melt-in-the-mouth texture. Bhatura are deep-fried, famous bread made with plain flour. These tempting, large bread taste amazing with Chole and are often eaten as breakfast. The most famous Sarson ka saag is incomplete without the classic Makai ki Roti topped with a dollop of ghee. 

Aloo Kulcha
Aloo Kulcha

Kulchas are the most sought after flatbreads after naan. They are traditionally made with plain flour and curd. They make a great accompaniment for all kinds of gravies and subzis, especially spicy ones. Stuff them with a tangy potato mixture and make these delicious Aloo Kulcha, they make a meal by themselves. Also, you can stuff them with paneer, cheese or a combination of aloo-cheese, aloo-paneer and eat them with pickled onions. 

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Punjabi Mooli Stuffed ParathaPunjabi Mooli Stuffed Paratha

Stuffed parathas are a staple North-Indian breakfast. Aloo Parathas are stuffed with a succulent mixture of mashed potatoes perked up with spice powders, green chillies and crunchy onions. Gobi and mooli are abundantly found in Punjab and when mixed with spices and other ingredients, they turn into lip-smacking Gobi Paratha and Mooli Paratha that taste best when served hot with Pickles / Aachar and curd, but they may also be carried in a dabba.

Punjabi Roti Recipe

Methi ki Missi RotiMethi ki Missi Roti

The most popular Punjabi Rotis are Missi Roti and Methi ki Missi Roti.  Tandoori Roti is my favourite roti as its healthy and nuetral in taste and goes great with Punjabi Paneer recipes with some awesome ahcar. For another healthy option, Lehsun Methi Roti is made with whole wheat and goes great with Nimbu ka achar.

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Whole Wheat Masala Paneer NaanWhole Wheat Masala Paneer Naan

Butter Naan is the most well-known Indian bread and is fast gaining popularity all over the world. You can enhance the flavor by applying some chopped garlic and make these Garlic Naan. Traditionally, naans are prepared in a tandoor oven but, you can also make them on a tava. Inject a dash of fun into plain naans and stuff them with cheese or paneer to make these trendy and tasty rich Garlic Cheese Naan or Masala Paneer Naan. Nawabi Naan is a rich, splendid and mildly sweet flavoured naan made by rolling nuts with the dough.

Enjoy our Punjabi Roti Recipes and Punjabi Paratha recipes given bleow. 

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Happy Cooking!


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Paneer Paratha  By Jyothy
Recipe# 12686
12 Jan 11

 
 by jyothy
No reviews
Paneer paratha, favourite of all and if served with raita than it is one meal dish. If you want you can add the fried onions and mixed vegetables in the filling.
Recipe# 12665
28 Dec 10

 
 by shahinmohd
No reviews
Gobi ka paratha, is stuffed paratha with spicy grated cauliflower. It is a winter special paratha serve with white butter or curd.
Recipe# 12668
16 Aug 01

 
 by renuka_gambhir
No reviews
Rice Paratha is an innovative recipe of stuffing leftover cooked rice in Parathas. The rice filled rotis or Parathas have been seasoned aptly to suit every palate.
Recipe# 12673
30 Jun 11

 
 by palavi
No reviews
Corn parathas offers an interesting stuffed paratha recipe with the wheat dough balls stuffed with boiled and mashed corn kernels. A spicy and delicious corn paranthas are flavoured by children and adults alike as a breakfast or tiffin option.
Recipe# 12676
01 Jan 00

 
 by uma_alloo
No reviews
The potatoes can be substituted with mince meat.

You might have to tilt the rotis so as to fry the sides evenly.

Serve with tomato ketchup.
Recipe# 12677
07 Oct 11

 
 by s_vadhera
No reviews
Mixed veg makai paratha is a simple paratha recipe prepared by mixing makai ka atta or maize flour with seasonal winter vegetables. Laden with the goodness of maize flour and chopped vegetables, vegetable makai paratha is a must have as breakfast or main course dish.
Recipe# 37392
19 Oct 12

 
 by damyantiben
No reviews
Aubergine is the king of vegetables yet we often find people having excuses to escape from eating it. So here an attempt is made to cover this humble king and serve it in the form of paratha. Even children wont realize that they are with the king. The recipe is simple and healthy.
Recipe# 37639
09 Dec 12

 
 by damyantiben
No reviews
This warm filling paratha will provide enough energy and fiber for the day. Serve with aachar or curd or soup or plain as is.
Recipe# 33886
16 Aug 11

 
 by setseeani
No reviews
Bajra parantha and green lahsun chutney are mostly eaten in winter season.
Parantha Hara Bara
Recipe# 34042
15 Jan 11

 
 by Sushila Jora
No reviews
Paratha Hara Bara, the crushed green peas added in the dough makes the parantha irresistible and the delicious taste.
Recipe# 34808
02 May 11

 
 by Kshema Prakash
No reviews
Kaddoo Ke Parathe are easy to make and will be liked by kids as kaddoo (pumpkin/lal bhopla) has a little sweet taste of its own. You can also serve with achaar of your choice.
Recipe# 12698
08 Nov 10

 
 by ushaki
No reviews
The ‘green’ paratha makes it a gorgeous looking treat- serve hot with curd or pickle or potatoes vegetable.
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