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Showing posts with label Chapathis/Parathas/Naans. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Chapathis/Parathas/Naans. Show all posts

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Masala Paratha/How to Make Masala Paratha/Masala Paratha Recipe

Hello friends

Today I am going to share a very simple, tasty and tempting Masala Paratha. It is a very flavourful paratha made with different spices like cumin powder, garam masla powder, red chilli powder etc. This Masala Paratha is good all by itself, but it extremely delicious when served with a cup of Yogurt/Curd. Do try out this Masala Paratha and post your comments here. Do check out other interesting and delicious chapathis andparatha varieties here.

Here’s how to make Masala Paratha with step by step photos…

Monday, 21 November 2016

Cheese Chapati/Triangle Cheese Chapati/Grated Cheese Chapati

Hello friends,

Today I am going to share and a very simple Cheese Chapati from my kitchen. My kids love chapatti/roti and when it has cheese in it they just go crazy.  Do try out this interesting Cheese Chapati and post your comments. Meanwhile do check out other Chaptati/Paratha/Roti varieties here.

Here’s how to make Cheese Chapati with step by step photos…




Friday, 11 November 2016

Paruppu Keerai Pasiparuppu Kadaiyal/Purslane With Dal/Verdolaga[Mexican Parsely] cooked with Dal

Before going into the recipe I would to share a little about  ParuppuKeerai/Purslane/Verdolagas which I googled and read about in various websites[specialityproduce, Wikipedia, nutrition and you etc]. Though I have been eating this paruppu keerai since I was a kid, I was really surprised to read a lot of interesting facts and how it’s been used all over the world. The greens which I am sharing here is called as Paruppu Keerai in Tamil, Purslane in English and Verdolagas in Spanish and is very common in central Mexico. The stem, leaves and  the beautiful yellow flowers of paruppu keerai/verdolagas are all edible and have a slightly salty, slightly tangy and acidic flavor. The slight tangy taste adds up great taste when we make soups and stir fries, and its juicy leaves can be used to add texture to salads.


 Purslane/Paruppu Keerai is very common around world, in Mexican cuisine they are commonly paired with pork, tamales, stews and eggs. In Japan it is commonly pickled and served with rice. In Russia, Turkey and Lebanon it is used in a variety of salads ranging from tabbouleh to potato salad. It has long been used in Chinese medicine. In South India, they are cooked with dals, stir fries, soups etc. Paruppu Keerai/Purslane is rich in potassium and magnesium. The soft, succulent leaves are rich in Omega -3 fatty acids which help in lowering blood pressure and regulate cholesterol levels. This wonderful green leaves are rich in dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. It is an excellent source of Vitamin A , C and some B-complex vitamins like riboflavin, niacin, pyridoxine and carotenoids as well as dietary minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium and manganese. With this, I think it’s time for me to move on to the recipe. Do try out this Paruppu Keerai/Verdolagas pasiparuppu kadaiyal and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interestingKeerai recipes and different varieties of Greens/Keerais here.

Here’s how to make Paruppu Keerai Kadaiyal with step by step photos…



Monday, 22 February 2016

Paruppu Keerai Chapathi/Chapathi with Dal & Greens

Hello friends,

Today I am going to share a very interesting chapathi made with dal and greens. The choice of greens is totally your’s, I have used araikeerai to make this chapathi. I always come across one problem when packing lunch, my husband and elder daughter prefer to have rice for lunch and my little one always will prefer to have chapathis or rotis etc. Whenever I make paruppu keerai masiyal or any other green varieties my little daughter never has it during lunch, and I used to feel very bad about it. But then whenever I make paruppu keerai during weekdays for lunch, I blend the prepared keerai and make chapathis for her. But for my husband and elder daughter I make rice, mix this dal and prepare some vegetables and pack the lunch. I think lot of moms must be coming across this kind of problem when packing lunch for your whole family, but when you go by my idea you will feel happy and satisfied. One best part of it is your kid will eat all the chapathis and she/he will get the greens also. Meanwhile friends, do not forget to check out other interesting and delicious breakfastvarieties here.

Here’s how to make Dal & Keerai chapathi with step by step photos…



Monday, 14 July 2014

Dill Leaves Paratha

Hello Friends,

Today, I am going to share with you all a very flavourful and aromatic Dill leaves paratha. I know you all must be wondering, about my disappearance from blogging world. After moving back to Chennai, things are really busy and hectic and I am extremely sorry for the same, but I thank all the readers, visitors, friends and co-bloggers for the continuous support and encouragement. Anyway friends do try out this Dill leaves Paratha and have a great day. Also check out Dill leaves vadai here.

Here’s how to make Dill Leaves Paratha with step by step photos…


Thursday, 27 March 2014

Ajwain Paratha/Omam Paratha/Carom Seeds Paratha/How to make Triangle Parathas

I have been making different types of easy and quick paratha a lot lately, the hidden reason behind it is to pack lunch for my girls. This ajwain paratha is one such paratha. It is a flavourful and delicious paratha that can be made in no time and is a perfect lunch box recipe. Ajwain/Omam is very a common and a handy herb/seed in Indian households which helps in getting rid of stomach pain, indigestion and flatulence. Not only as a good digestive aid it has other health benefits as well. Ajwain is very useful in relieving sinus problems, cold and congestion. A quick tip, before going into the recipe, crush a few seeds of ajwain tie it in a soft cloth and heat the bundle over a warm tawa. Apply this warm bundle over the chest to relieve congestion.  Having said a few things about ajwain, let’s move on to the recipe. Check out other different types of  chapathis/parathas here.

Here’s how to make Ajwain/Omam paratha with step by step photos…

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Carrot Chapathi

Carrot is my little girl’s favourite vegetable; addition of carrots in any dish puts a big smile on her face. Most of all it makes me happy and satisfied, because I can feed something healthy and filling. This carrot chapathi is one of my little girls favourite and she loves it in her lunch box. So, today I am sharing with you all this delectable, flavourful, colourful and healthy carrot chapathi.

Here’s how to make Carrot Chapathi with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi/Fingermillet and Wheat Flour Chapathi

Hello Friends,
Today I have come up with another healthy chapathi – Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi. This is yet another easy, simple, quick and healthy chapathi for all age groups. My kids love chapathi, so I always try to include some type of millets along with the wheat flour, to make them more healthy and interesting. Let’s all eat healthy and lead a healthy life. Check out my other Chapathi varieties here.

Here’s how to make Ragi & Wheat Flour Chapathi with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Tomato Chapathi/Thakkali Chapathi[Spicy & Tangy]

Today’s recipe is a very healthy, tangy, spicy and flavourful chapathi – Tomato Chapathi. I am always satisfied and happy when I always hide some vegetables in my chapathis and make them healthy especially when it for my kids. So friends let’s move on to the recipe.

Here’s how to make Tomato Chapathi with step by step photos…

Monday, 2 December 2013

Missi Roti – Rajasthani Bread

This Missi Roti, I made it as a part of IFC challenge. Missi Roti is a Rajasthani bread which has perfect blend of spices, very flavorful and aromatic. The main ingredient behind the rich flavors and the exotic aroma of Rajasthani food is the use of ghee (traditional Indian clarified butter) in making almost all the dishes. Once again thanks a lot Mrs. Manjula for the wonderful challenge. Now let’s move on to the recipe.

Here’s how to make Missi Roti with step by step photos….


Saturday, 30 November 2013

Methi Paratha/Fenugreek Leaves Paratha/Vendhaya Keerai Paratha

Methi Paratha is a healthy, filling and delicious paratha very commonly made in North India. Methi leaves have a strong aroma and slight bitter taste. Methi seeds and leaves are very commonly used in South Indian cooking, in day to day gravies and have numerous medicinal properties. Methi leaves are rich in protein, fibre, vitamin C, iron etc. Methi leaves are a must for nursing moms. The intake of methi increases milk production in nursing mothers. Methi/fenugreek is very beneficial for people with diabetes. The soluble fibre present in methi slows down the rate of sugar absorption into blood and also helps in production of insulin. Having said some of the benefits of methi/fenugreek, let’s move on to the recipe.

Here’s how to make Methi Paratha with step by step photos…

Saturday, 16 November 2013

Beetroot Poori/Pink Puri

Earlier this week I posted beetroot kootu. Now I have come up with another attractive, addictive and vibrant dish none other than Beetroot Poori. Since I bought a big bag of beetroots I have other beetroot recipes as well coming up this week for you guys. Whenever I make these colourful pooris my girls go really crazy because to two things, one is that, it is pink and another it’s their favourite “poori”. This surely is a short cut to get your kids to eat their vegetables, so friends do check it out.

Here’s how to make Beetroot Poori/Pink Poori with step by step photos….

Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Aloo Paratha/Potato Paratha

Aloo Paratha is a famous and common paratha made in North India. It is very filling and best served with yogurt or pickle. This aloo paratha is my kid’s favourite lunch box item. Potatoes is everyone’s favourite and totally irresistible and when stuffed and made in to parathas they taste heavenly.

Here’s how to make Aloo Paratha with step by step photos….

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