Find below the collection of 22 parathas. The list includes stuffed, not-stuffed and gluten free varieties.
There are many different kind of paratha recipes. Many verities like tawa, ajwain or jeera paratha etc are usually served with curry (gravy dishes) or dal as a meal. While other stuffed version are served as a breakfast with yogurt, pickle or raita. Many times I do serve them as a light dinner or brunch. Other simple, not stuffed verities can be served with tea or coffee as a breakfast.
In short, this can be served on different occasions with different sides. It depends on the personal preferences.
Rolling the paratha and frying them simultaneously takes practice. I can manage to do so but if you are beginner then it may take some time to get the speed. Meantime you can roll 5-6 paratha at time and fry them later. Then again roll few and fry.
Paratha recipes are more popular in North India. The real paratha are fried in good amount of ghee or oil. But in this modern lifestyle and many health conscious people do not prefer that much amount of fat. But of course you can use less amount of ghee/oil and make delicious parathas.
Here is the complete list and as I share more paratha recipes in future, I will keep adding them here in the list. So you can easily find them.
Stuffed Paratha Recipes
|Aloo paratha – The most popular paratha from Punjab where spicy potato stuffing is used.||Paneer paratha – Another popular one from North India with spicy paneer filling|
|Gobi paratha – Again one more from from Punjab or North India where grated cauliflower is cooked with few spices to make stuffing.||Mooli paratha – Perfect for winter season when mooli is easily available.|
|Palak paneer paratha – Here outer dough has spinach puree and stuffing is made from paneer.||Green peas paratha– The stuffing is made from onion and boiled peas with few spices.|
|Beetroot paratha – stuffed version where stuffing mixture is made from grated beetroot, boiled, mashed potatoes and some spices.||Broccoli paratha – Stuffing has capsicum along with broccoli. Perfect for those who doesn’t like broccoli.|
Non-stuffed Paratha Recipes
|Plain paratha – a simple version that goes well with any curry or dal.||Lachha paratha – layered, flaky paratha that goes well with rich paneer gravies.|
|Methi paratha – Chopped methi leaves along with boiled, mashed potatoes and spices are added while kneading the dough.||Onion paratha – Sauteed and lightly spiced onion mixture is used to make the dough.|
|Palak paratha – Easy version where chopped spinach is used along with dry coconut.||Spring onion paratha – Here chopped green onions and boiled mashed potato is added.|
|Ajwain paratha – A variation to simple version by adding ajwain (carom seeds) in the dough. I have made triangular shape here.||Masala paratha – another variation to simple version by adding few dry spice powder in the dough. I have made square share here.|
|Aloo palak paratha – Spinach puree and boiled potato is added into the dough. Puree makes the nice green color of paratha.||Vegetable paratha – Boiled, mashed mixed vegetables are used to make dough. This one is healthy.|
|Cabbage paratha – Finely chopped cabbage is used to make the dough.||Leftover dal paratha – A perfect way to use leftover dal. Never throw away the food.|
Gluten Free (Paratha Recipes for Vrat)
|Kuttu ka paratha||Rajgira paratha|
Collection of Indian Vegetarian Paratha Recipes
US measuring cups are used (1 cup = 240 ml)
Ingredients (1 cup = 240 ml)
- Mentioned in the individual recipes
All the recipes above have step by step photos with detailed instructions.
Cooking time, prep time and servings may vary depending the recipes.