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Farali Singhara Paratha (Gluten Free)

Farali Singhara Paratha (Gluten Free)

Farali Singhara Paratha is a gluten free flatbread made without any leavening agents and is generally consumed during fasting/vrat.

Stuffed Bajra Paratha |Pearl Millet Flatbread (#BreadBakers)

Stuffed Bajra Paratha |Pearl Millet Flatbread (#BreadBakers)

Stuffed Bajra Paratha aka Stuffed Pearl Millet Flatbread is a winter special, gluten free flatbread made using Bajra Flour and stuffed with potato.

Zucchini (Courgette) Paratha/Thepla – A Guest Post for Jayashree of Evergreen dishes

Zucchini (Courgette) Paratha/Thepla – A Guest Post for Jayashree of Evergreen dishes

  Hi Friends, Last month I had the honor of writing a guest post for Jayashree from Evergreen dishes. Cooking is her passion and She loves to try new Vegetarian recipes. Besides being a wonderful blogger she also writes poems and articles. She is the 

Warqi Paratha

Warqi Paratha

You all must be thinking that how did I forget India in this series of International Flatbreads. No I did not, but being an Indian I knew many flatbreads soI have purposely kept the Indian flatbreads for the difficult letter’s, like u,v,w,x,y,z. So when I 

Cabbage Paratha | Easy Lunch Box Recipe

Cabbage Paratha | Easy Lunch Box Recipe

Cabbage Paratha is an easy paratha recipe which can be enjoyed for any of the meals and are one of the best food to pack in your kids or office Lunch Box.

Freezing Paratha’s / Storing Paratha’s

Freezing Paratha’s / Storing Paratha’s

Homemade Whole wheat parathas are yummier, healthier and better than the store bought ones, but sometimes it becomes a luxury in today’s busy life, specially working mom’s of small children’s or when you are all alone, and do not have the luxury of your near 

Multi Layered Whole Wheat Paratha

Multi Layered Whole Wheat Paratha

I love lachha paratha or multi layered paratha. I simply love the crunch of it and it goes well with curry’s, dry sabji, achars or literally everything. The thing which deters one to make this is it is time consuming. People have different techniques to 

Broccoli and Paneer Paratha

Broccoli and Paneer Paratha

Broccoli is a common vegetable here, but difficult to feed it to your child or even elders. So I thought of experimenting this in paratha. I chopped the broccoli very finely and combined it with the paneer, as I did not wanted only broccoli and also to make 

Palak (Spinach) Paratha

Palak (Spinach) Paratha

One more way of eating Palak. No fuss with the kids, they love the colour. Simply give them with curd, raita or even cheese or anything you wish too. I simply like to eat it with my morning tea.  Have you tried our Palak Puri