Also known as coin parota in certain regions, the crispy or flaky outer layer blended with the soft delicious inside layer makes this Roti Prata one of the most sought after Indian flat breads.
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Just the name of this delicacy is enough to bring out the greedy side of any Indian. The boiled potatoes when mashed and fried into Puries, makes this mouth-watering dish irresistible!
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Well, if you want to master Punjabi cooking, you will have to learn the art of making the perfectly stuffed aloo paratha. Made with a filling of spiced mashed potatoes, the aloo paratha makes for an amazing choice of breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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Peshawari Naan is a special Naan stuffed with nuts and raisins. Learn how to make/prepare Peshwari Nan by following this easy recipe.
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Ragi Roti is a popular Indian bread made of Ragi flour. A specialty from the state of Karnataka the ragi roti has found a place in the kitchens of entire India. It is also very easy to make and nutritious.
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Muglai Paratha is a popular street food in East India. A stuffing of minced meat and egg mixed with spices is used as a filling in the paratha or the soft bread. It is usually served with a green chutney dip.
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Gobi ka Parantha is a typical Punjabi breakfast that is enjoyed to no end by anyone who takes a small bite. With the lovely Gobi that is filled into it, it makes a sumptuous and a tasty meal.
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Even when you have scores of curries and gravies served at the dining table, you feel the need of chapati. This Indian bread makes every meal complete and nothing can substitute this. Making these does not need special skills and the preparation time helps us enjoy them hot each time.
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A necessary flat bread that is just exquisite with every Indian curry, this roti is made in a tandoor, giving it that crisp, soft and delicious oven flavor that works like a charm.
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An item that falls on the menu card of every Indian restaurant, the naan is an Indian bread that accentuates the flavor of any curry or side dish. A dollop of butter and this bread will melt in your mouth with ease that will please.
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Bedmi Puri is a North-Indian delicacy made with maida and moong dal. Garam masala and coriander powder are mixed with the dough which are then rolled and deep-fried. The crispy puris are best consumed with Aloo ki Sabji.
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Puries are a popular substitute, eaten instead of chapatis, the crispiness and the taste it lends, can make any dish irresistible. The best part is that it takes not even 5 minutes to make this delicious dish.
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This paratha/parotta belongs to the southernmost part of Indian and it has got many variants. The parathas we make or that are available in the market are cut into small pieces and this along with the other ingredients are mixed in a pan and fried. This is a famous street food in South India and if you want to make it at home, even then it is very easy to make.
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The Onion Paratha is an easy to make Indian Bread and comes in really handy when you want to make something quick and filling. The delectable paratha made with stuffing of onions, green chilies and finely chopped coriander leaves can be served with curd, pickle or any other chutney.
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Considered a daily bread in the Indian cuisine, no curry or side dish is complete without it being foiled in this mouth-melting bread that accentuates every dish it is paired with. To instill a king-like feeling, glaze the top of it with butter or ghee.
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Stuffed Bajra Roti is a very popular recipe. Learn how to make/prepare Stuffed Bajra Roti by following this easy recipe.
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Paratha fanatics, hold your breath because the lachcha paratha is going to take your breath away. It looks like complicated science, but once you get a hang of the trick to roll out the dough, you'll be doling out those crispy yummy parathas.
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Nothing can be as fulfilling and nourishing as a meal of Methi Parathas. This bread, made of wheat flour provides plenty of health benefits.
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Indian cuisine has several kinds of bread to offer, such as Chapatis, Parathas and even Roomali Rotis. However, the Paneer Parathas, which consists of slices of the milk product, embedded within the wheat bread is a great option for a meal.
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Palak Paratha is a nutritious dish made with whole wheat and spinach. Learn how to make Palak Paratha by following this easy recipe.
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Unlike the conventional Poori, which is a great breakfast option, the Kuttu ki Puri is made of Buckwheat flour. The Kuttu ki Puri is popular during festivals like Janmashtami and Navratri.
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If you're bored of the usual paratha, maybe you can lend the breakfast staple a slight twist by substituting the potatoes with green peas. The best way to go would be by using seasonal fresh peas in the winter, but if you wish to make some now, feel free to use frozen ones.
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Cabbage Paratha is a whole wheat bread made with cabbage and ginger. Learn how to make/prepare Cabbage Paratha by following this easy recipe.
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If you are a fan of eggs and Parathas, this is an irresistible combo of the two, which should definitely be tried. A layer of omelette attached to the traditional Indian bread is a treat to the taste buds.
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This is a typical North Indian dish that is generally eaten during winters. With a dollop of butter on Makke Ki Roti, there is absolutely nothing more anyone can ask for.
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