Blog Posts - Rotis And Parathas



Lauki Thepla, Bottle Gourd Flat Breads, Sorakkai Thepla

          Lauki is one vegetable that I buy every week or at least once in 10 days. This is another very versatile vegetable, we can use for making curries, soup, sambar, dals, halwas, idlis, dosas and now these theplas and e...
by Aromatic Cooking on Aug 19, 2016

Cabbage Akki Roti, Cabbage Rice Roti

          Akki Rotis are simple and delicious rotis made using rice flour ( akki meaning rice in Kannada ), very popular dish in Karnataka and they make many varieties, plain ones and then so many versions using different veg...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 25, 2016

Green Peas Paratha, How To Make Matar Paratha

          We love parathas at home, especially my daughter, so I make them at least once in 10 days. After making the Bengali Green Peas Kachoris ( Peas Stuffed Puris ), the next thing that I wanted to make was these Peas Par...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 26, 2016

Palak Parathas, Spinach Parathas ( Flat Breads) Recipe

          Today's dish is another easy and delicious paratha, Palak Paratha or Spinach/Keerai Paratha. There are 2 ways of doing parathas, one is mixing the stuffing ( in this case, palak ) with the flour itself and in the ot...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 5, 2016

Ragi Avarekalu Roti, Finger Millet And Field Beans Roti

          Avarekalu season is over, I had made these rotis when they were still there in the market, I couldn't post it right away but you can still make these rotis if you have frozen papdi lilva. Usually when I made ragi ro...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 12, 2016

Soy Keema And Cabbage Parathas ( Stuffed Flat Breads )

          Soy chunks ( meal maker ) is an excellent source of protein, especially in the vegetarian diet. Most of the time when I cook with it, I add it to some rice ( like in a briyani ) or in curries or kurmas. I have also...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 13, 2016

Whole Moong Parathas, Lentils Stuffed Flat Breads

          We love parathas at home, though it may take a little longer to roll them out, they are worth all the effort and at the same time I can skip the side dish. For today's paratha, I have used whole moong dal/ whole gre...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 22, 2016

Sindhi Pakwan, Crispy Pooris

          When browsing the net randomly, I came across this recipe 'Dal Pakwan' and I had bookmarked it for trying it out some time. Dal Pakwan is a famous Sindhi breakfast dish, it's basically crispy pooris served with chan...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 15, 2016

Methi Parathas - 2, Fenugreek Leaves ( Vendiya Keerai ) Parathas

          Till now, for making methi parathas, I used to make the dough with wheat flour, methi leaves along with some spices and rolled out the parathas. But today's methi parathas are a little different, I found this recipe...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 19, 2015

Lachha Paratha, Layered Flat Bread

          Lachha Paratha, another dish that I had wanted to try out, but for some reason, kept putting it off until now. These parathas are layered flat breads, very soft and flaky from the oil and ghee that is added while ma...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 26, 2015

Godhumai Roti, Wheat Flour Roti ( Adai )

          I have always made rotis, parathas, pooris and dosas using whole wheat flour, I have heard about this Godhumai Roti/Adai, but never gave it a try until a couple of weeks back. The roti/adai is very easy to make, I h...
by Aromatic Cooking on Nov 17, 2014

Paneer Parathas, Flat Breads Stuffed With Indian Cottage Cheese

          Parathas are an all time favorite in my house and especially when the filling is with paneer, then my daughter is even more happy. Though rolling out parathas might take a little more time than regular rotis, we nee...
by Aromatic Cooking on Oct 29, 2014

Jowar Roti, Sorghum Flat Breads

          Jowar Roti ( also called as Jolad Roti or Jonna Roti ) is a healthy and gluten free roti/ flat bread made, as the name suggests with jowar/ sorghum flour. It's a very popular dish in the North Karnataka region and i...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jul 12, 2014

Aloo Parathas, Flat Breads With Potato Filling

          While going through the list of parathas that I have posted in the blog, I found that I have missed the most popular Aloo Paratha/ Flat Breads With Potato Filling. This is one of the most easiest parathas and the fi...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 26, 2014

Spring Onion Parathas

          After the Spring Onion And Cabbage Kurma, these parathas is another dish I made using spring onions. They were really very flavorful, very easy to prepare and would pair very well with almost any side dish. These pa...
by Aromatic Cooking on Jun 28, 2013

Mooli Parathas/ Radish Flat Breads

          One more week in the US, then back to India, then a move, locally from Chennai to Bangalore, it's going to be pretty hectic for the next month or two, before we settle down, until then, hopefully I have enough posts...
by Aromatic Cooking on May 20, 2013

Dal Parathas/ Flat Breads With Lentil Filling

          Dal Parathas, flat breads stuffed with a lentil filling, I had tasted this so many years back, during our stay in Singapore. Whenever I made polis/ flatbreads stuffed with a sweet lentil filling, I had always wanted...
by Aromatic Cooking on Apr 22, 2013

Methi Thepla/ Flat Breads With Fenugreek Leaves

          My last post was Mango Chunda, and I had mentioned there, that, I had made Methi Theplas to go with it or vice versa. Theplas are basically flatbreads made with a dough which is made of wheat flour and yogurt/curd a...
by Aromatic Cooking on Mar 22, 2013

Cabbage And Capsicum Parathas/ Stuffed Flatbreads

          Weekend lunches are always special, if it's rice, then it'll be some kind of pilaf or briyani, or some special curry or side dish that usually takes a little more work. If it's not rice, then it's some kind of parat...
by Aromatic Cooking on Feb 25, 2013

Keerai Paneer Parathas/Spinach Cottage Cheese Flatbreads

          I had got this bunch of arai keerai, a type of greens like spinach and mustard greens. I had wanted to do the Keerai Masial and rice, but my daughter didn't want to have rice that day. I had to use the spinach the s...
by Aromatic Cooking on Dec 12, 2012


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