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Punjabi Rotis, Parathas recipes
Last Updated : Sep 25,2021
Stuffed Potato and Green Peas Paratha by Tarla Dalal
The highlight of this paratha is its stuffing, which is quite unique despite using common ingredients.
The combination of slightly mashed potatoes and green peas gives the mixture a unique texture and a special, mealy mouth-feel, which is made all the more enticing by the addition of myriad spic ....
12 Aug 15
Broccoli Cheese Parathas by tejal s mehta
Stuffed with finely chopped or grated broccoli, mashed cheese or paneer and spices, broccoli and cheese parantha simply melts in your mouth. Broccoli and cheese parantha is a nice way of sneaking vegetables by stuffing it in rotis or paranthas. Serve the paranthas with white butter or curd.
07 Jan 15
Khasta Rotis by shakha
They can also be half done and kept in the fridge for 3-4 days and cook them fully when you want to eat. they can also be done in a oven set at 350.
Varqui Paratha by Tarla Dalal
A Varqui Paratha is a brilliant concept used by Mughal chefs to prepare delicious flaky Parathas. Varqui Parathas are prepared with a mixture of wheat flour and plain flour. Individual chapattis are piled up and rolled into a Swiss roll before they are cut and rolled to form many layered Parathas.
08 Jul 14
Rava Chana Dal Crispy Kachori by Foodie sona
Outer covering is made with semolina which makes kachori more crispy but for variation dough also can prepare with wheat four or white flour. stuffing is prepared with channa dal.
05 Jul 14
Garlicky Makai Roti by Tarla Dalal
Made with maize flour dotted with flavor enhancers like coriander, chillies and garlic, you will love this interesting and toothsome roti. It is quite filling, and fit to be a quick meal. In fact, you don’t even need a side-dish; you can simply serve with a cup of curds and a tangy pickle.
Gobi De Parathe by Tarla Dalal
Gobi is an ideal stuffing for parathas. Once grated, it cooks quickly along with the paratha itself, and imbibes the flavours of the added spices well, making the paratha very toothsome indeed. Apart from standard ingredients like coriander, green chillies and ginger, the stuffing for this version o ....
14 Jun 14
Rajma Cheese Parathas ( Calcium Rich) by Tarla Dalal
Serve these all-in-one parathas to your little one for lunch or when they come home hungry from school. They are very easy and taste great.
13 Jun 14
Chilli Parotta by Lakshmi P
Chilli Parotta is an easy dinner recipe and is one of the most popular items in restaurants.
26 Nov 13
Herbed Paneer Paratha by Tarla Dalal
A really nutritious combination of iron-rich fresh greens and paneer, which is packed with calcium, vitamin b2 and protein. Serve with fresh curds for a wholesome and filling breakfast.
23 Sep 13
Corn and Vegetable Roti by Tarla Dalal
Health and taste come together in this lovely roti. A bouquet of wholesome ingredients such as grated cauliflower and potatoes, methi leaves and coriander go into the maize flour dough used to make this roti. Serve immediately with curds and pickle, or a subzi of your choice.
Masala Paratha ( Desi Khana) by Tarla Dalal
A rich and masaledar filling of poppy seeds, nigella seeds and dried ginger powder, combined with freshly-pounded masala make these spicy parathas rather special. Roll out nice triangular parathas, roast them with ghee, and serve hot on a cold day… watch your family savour it with satisfaction.
Minty Corn and Vegetable Parathas by Tarla Dalal
While the mint sauce is the highlight of the dough, the unusual combination of vegetables such as cabbage, potatoes and corn marks the stuffing. Common but effective ingredients such as chillies, lemon juice, coriander and garam masala make the parathas truly irresistible.
23 Sep 13
Mixed Vegetable Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Mixed vegetable paratha, a wholesome breakfast option of north india, which is so tasty that it does not even require a side dish! grab all the veggies you can find in your refrigerator and stuff it into this paratha. A sprinkling of spices improves the taste of this parathas, while a dollop of butt ....
Mixed Vegetable Paratha ( Rotis and Subzis) by Tarla Dalal
A wholesome breakfast option, which is so tasty that it does not even require a side dish! grab all the veggies you can find in your refrigerator and stuff it into this paratha! a sprinkling of spices improves the taste of this paratha, while the addition of a little ghee to the dough improves the t ....
Varkey Paratha ( Roti and Subzis) by Tarla Dalal
Varkey parathas are unique in their own way—you might never have heard of or tried these before, but here is your chance to master the technique! wheat rotis are greased with a rice flour paste, layered, rolled up and cooked crisp with ghee. Perfect for a cold day, it is sure to remind you of the fa ....
08 Aug 13
Flaky Lachha Paratha by Nupurs UK Rasoi
Flaky and crispy lachha paratha, explained step by step. Perfect weekend breakfast, punjabi style
Makhani Roti by Tarla Dalal
A simple yet delicious way to make rotis. Flavoured with butter and freshly crushed black pepper this whole wheat roti is perfect to serve with most of your favourite vegetable dishes.
Masala Bhatura ( Swadisht Subzian) by Tarla Dalal
Bhaturas are leavened puris served with Chole. They are soft and spongy and must be enjoyed while they are hot or else they become chewy. This recipe is a different variation that uses potatoes to add softness to the bhaturas and a blend of other ingredients to flavour them. Another innovation is th ....
Cabbage Jowar Paratha ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Jowar flour replaces wheat flour in this garlic infused traditional north indian breakfast delicacy. Make a filling mini meal by accompanying the parathas with fresh curds.
Green Peas Paratha ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Green peas add colour and taste to these wholesome gluten free rice and jowar flour parathas. Serve them for breakfast or make a meal out of them at lunch or dinner time!
Methi Makai ki Roti ( Gluten Free Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Green chillies add a pungent touch to these rustic maize flour and fenugreek rotis. Maize flour is difficult to roll so use a light hand while making the rotis.
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