Pizza paratha recipe – Have you heard of rhymes, “Do you like Broccoli? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Icecream? Yes, I do. Yes, I do. Do you like Broccoli Ice-cream? No, I don’t! Yuccky!” . This was the song buzzing in my head when my daughter said she wants to eat pizza for dinner. With focus on health being in my mind, I thought why not make something different this time, so I asked her, “Do you like Pizza?” She said, “yes, I do!”. Then I asked, “Do you like Paratha?”, She replied, “Yes, I do!” Then I said, Do you like “Pizza Paratha?”. She was like…ummm…am not sure. I then said, let’s have a deal, try it out and if you don’t like, won’t ever make it.Continue reading “Pizza Paratha recipe (step by step) and video”
Being north -Indian if I say that Paneer paratha is something new, it will be utter lie. Paneer paratha is one of the many popular paratha varieties from punjab region of India. It is served in most restaurants as well as punjabi dhabas (road side eateries). In most of punjabi (and north Indian) households paratha is often part of one or other meal.Continue reading “Paneer paratha | Cottage cheese flatbread Recipe”
“Lachha paratha (लच्छा पराठा) or layered paratha, or Layered Indian flat bread” is a another commonly known form of Indian bread found across all over northern part of India. The method of making lachha paratha is very similar to Malabar paratha or Parotta which is very famous dish in southern india, it only differs in the main ingredient with the Parotta, difference being, in parotta recipe requires usage of all purpose flour/Maida instead of whole wheat flour used for lachha paratha. This paratha is made by making pleats of a plain rolled paratha and again rolling it. Though it take little more time in making compared to normal paratha but is definitely a great choice as this paratha is quite crispy and delicious. Read on for step by step detailed recipe of making laccha paratha at home with ease.Continue reading “Layered Laccha Paratha”
Palak paneer paratha recipe – Spinach flavoured paratha is stuffed with spiced paneer mixture, and spinach, which form a wonderful combination, not only in terms of taste but also in protein that it serves. These are best served with yogurt or pickle, or well, you can have it own its own 🙂 If you are paratha fan, you may also like to try Broccoli Paratha or Mooli Paratha.Continue reading “Palak Paneer Paratha”
Mooli / Radish paratha (मूली के परांठे) is another favourite paratha recipe from the land of Punjab. It is yummy shallow fried stuffed Indian bread recipe, which uses stuffing prepared with grated Mooli / Radish and various other spices. Radish being diuretic in nature, improves the metabolism and digestion, and is really good for liver and kidneys, makes this tantalising recipe a very healthy and nutritious too.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 3 servings (6 pieces)