Paneer Paratha

Paneer Paratha is a popular whole wheat Indian flatbread.

It’s filled with crumbled paneer (Indian cottage cheese) and makes a filling breakfast or lunch.

I grew up eating all sorts of parathas. It’s hard to pick a favorite. I love them all- aloo, gobi, mooli.

And this paneer paratha is also one of my...

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Restaurant Style Garlic Naan

Soft and delicious this is the only Garlic Naan recipe that you will ever need!

Make restaurant style garlic naan at home with this easy step-by-step recipe.

 

I am so excited to share this restaurant style Garlic Naan recipe with you guys!

Guys, I made this recipe months ago. I remember the day the I made...

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Missi Roti

Make restaurant style Missi Roti (Indian flatbread made with whole wheat & chickpea flour) at home with this easy step by step recipe.

This roti tastes so good with just about any curry or even with a side of plain yogurt.

Indian breads are so diverse. There are way too many but the irony is that in the western world, most people are only aware of the naan! Well naan is delicious I agree but so is our paratha, kulcha and this missi...

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How To Throw A Roti Party With Rotimatic

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It’s so fun to throw a Roti Party at your home with Rotimatic! Get your kids involved and have them make their own rolls/bites with different toppings!

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Mooli Paratha

Mooli Paratha is a whole wheat flatbread stuffed with grated mooli aka white radish. It’s lightly seasoned with spices and makes a wholesome breakfast or lunch.

It feels good to be back here after a little break. Sorry for missing in action guys, it wasn’t planned but it just happened. There was some medical emergency and I was admitted to the hospital for a week. I am back home now but still quite weak to cook and click...

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Bhatura – How to make Bhatura

Popular puffed Indian deep fried bread, bhatura is best enjoyed with chole (spiced chickpea curry). Chole Bhature is one of North India’s most popular dish!

People often ask me what is your favorite dish? That’s pretty tough to answer, isn’t it? As a foodie, I like so many things from different cuisines so its hard to pick a favorite. But if you ask the same question to Sarvesh, he will have a definite answer –...

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Achari Onion Paratha

Achari Onion Paratha – whole wheat flatbread with onion, cilantro, lots of spices and pickle masala!

Yesterday morning, I had paratha for breakfast. Well nothing unusual there since it is what you usually eat for breakfast in North India on most days. But it reminded me that I have this onion paratha recipe sitting in my draft folder for too long and so I decided to not wait any longer and share the recipe with you guys today. I added some achar masala (pickle masala) to these parathas and so...

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Hummus Roti Rolls with Beans, Corn & Avocado

Wholesome Hummus Roti Rolls filled with black beans, sweet corn and avocado. You need only 10 minutes to make these!

Cooking healthy for kids can get challenging. Let’s face it, kids are fussy eaters (most of them!) and get bored easily. When I was a kid mom often packed roti or paratha in my lunch box because these flatbreads were filling and wholesome and so the perfect fit for my lunch box. And while I was not a fussy eater at all, I know most kids are not like...

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Gobi Paratha

A healthy, nutritious and filling breakfast – Gobi paratha is a popular flatbread from India stuffed with spicy cauliflower filling. It’s enjoyed with yogurt, pickle and some chai on the side. It’s also great to pack for lunches.

I have told you guys about my lunchbox story before isn’t it? All through my school life, my mom sent me parathas for my lunch every single day. Okay maybe not every single day but 90% of the time. I really used to be jealous of all the other kids who...

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Aloo Kulcha

Indian cuisine has a huge range of breads but the only one people outside India are aware of is naan. And naan is the least likely bread to be made in an average Indian household, oh what an irony! The more popular everyday breads are roti and paratha, which are made with whole wheat. That is what we usually eat with our sabzi (spiced veggies) and dal (lentils).

Another well known Indian bread but not so common in the western world is kulcha. It is a leavened bread made...

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Mint Paratha

Helloooo from my new home! šŸ˜€ Yay we made it but it was so exhausting. The unpacking is still left but at least we are done with the moving stuff. Gosh, I haven’t slept properly in days. It feels like I was packing stuff into boxes forever. My family is here and that made the entire process so much easier. I can’t imagine packing 60 big boxes on my own. And oh my god you guys, out of all the boxes, 60% were from my Kitchen! My dad was like, do you have anything else besides kitchen. Well what do I say, I guess only food...

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Kale Paratha

If you are from North India, then you can probably make parathas even in your sleep. No seriously I am not exaggerating! When I was in school my mom would send parathas in my lunch box every single day. It would get to a point where I would request mom to send something else. She would then send sandwiches or noodles for a day or two and then it was back to parathas! I think the reason why parathas are so popular in India for breakfast or for lunch box is because 1) they are healthy flatbreads made with whole wheat flour 2) they are very filling...

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