Roghni Roti | How to make Roghni Paratha

Roghni Roti

Roghni Roti is a soft roti prepared using only milk and ghee and has a good shelf like as it can stay for a week. I adapted this roti from the book “The Essential Andhra Cookbook with Hyderabadi and Telangana Specialities” that talks about the food during the Nizam rule. An only partial book is […]

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Peethi Ki Paronthi | Lentil Stuffed Flatbread

Peethi ki Paronthi

Peethi Ki Paronthi is a stuffed paratha with a spiced Urad dal filling. Paronthi is smaller and thinner than regular paratha. From the recipe I adapted, I read an interesting story on what a Paronthi means. Anyway, it is said that paronthi is smaller and thinner than regular parathas, and for many years ago, people […]

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Orotti | Rice Coconut Roti from Kerala

Orotti

Orotti is a popular Rice Roti made with grated coconut from Kerala. This roti is rolled out with hand and is thicker in size. It is often served with spicy side dishes. While Ari Pathiri is rolled out with a rolling pin and is quite thin and soft, Orotti is thick and has freshly grated […]

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Nachni chi Bhakri | How to make Ragi Rotti

Nachni Bhakri

Nachni chi Bhakri or Ragi Rotti is an Indian Flatbread made with Finger Millet. This is made similar way across India with just plain flour or with different vegetables. I resorted to using the Marathi word for Finger Millet, as I couldn’t find anything else other than Ney pathiri / Neypathal, which I have already […]

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Masala Paratha | Parath Paratha from Delhi

Masala Paratha

Masala Paratha or Parath Paratha is a spicy layered roti that has a spice mix spread and cooked as such. One can enjoy these parathas as such. The first time I ever saw this was when we had out BM#50 Meet in Madras, where we had a cooking session. Some of our friends cooked some […]

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Jalebi Paratha | Flaky Paratha from Gujarat

Jalebi Paratha

Jalebi Paratha is a crisp, flaky ghee cooked paratha made rich by the use of ghee while kneading the dough and chilling process. This paratha can be served with just dal or any creamy gravy to enhance the taste. I remember reading a google book that talked about Jalebi Paratha. I almost thought it was […]

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Hariyali Paratha | Methi Multi Grain Thepla from Gujarat

Hariyali Paratha

Hariyali Paratha is a healthy gluten free version of thepla, with the goodness of greens and the spices added makes it a filling and satisfying meal anytime. I was planning to make either a roti or a poori with complete greens, however, when I had checked my recipe index, I realized I have made all […]

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Girda ~ Kashmiri Fermented Bread

Girda

Girda is one of the popular tandoor bread from Kashmir. It is made with a dough that’s fermented overnight and is ready to cook for the morning breakfast. This bread was the main reason why I felt we should include flatbreads that are baked as well. However, later I came versions that were cooked on […]

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Ellu Holige | Til Poli from Udupi

Ellu Holige is a sweet flatbread made with Sesame, jaggery filling stuffed in a Maida flatbread. It is another variant of the Puran Poli where the stuffing is normally chana dal. While Ellu Holige or Til Poli is quite popular in the southern states, I chose to use this version as I wasn’t able to […]

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Dhapate from Maharashtra

Dhapate

Dhapate is a multigrain roti from Maharashtra and is made by mixing all the grain flour along with spices and vegetables. The first time when I read it, I thought this will be an excellent roti to enjoy and it is healthy too as we will be including so many different grains. This is almost […]

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