Indian bread recipes are very popular all around the world. With a wide variety of flatbreads, that are plain, stuffed, spiced the breads are an integral part of the Indian cuisine. Each region around India is so diverse and and every home has a unique way of making their breads. Some are stuffed with vegetables like Potato, Cauliflower, Peas, Corn, Spinach, Radish, Paneer, Cabbage, etc and are popularly called as Parathas or Paranthas.
In this section you will find over 20 + recipes of Indian Breads that are tried and tested and cooked in traditional Indian homes. The breads are packed with flavor and taste and are healthy and easy to cook as well. Find best and authentic recipes from Palak Paratha, Aloo Paratha, Bhakri, Bajra Roti, Methi Thepla, Beetroot Paratha, Dhebra, Puri, Bhatura, Naans and more.
Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe is the Sweet Whole Wheat Pancake with jaggery. It consumes less oil and is egg free. It is heirloom recipe from my grandmother from whom I learnt the tricky part of making the batter with right consistency. Serve Gujarati Meetha Pudla Recipe (Sweet Whole Wheat Pancake) with ghee or pickle for breakfast or after school snack.
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Dhuska is a traditional recipe from Jharkhand. It is a festive recipe which is very easy to make. This recipe is good for breakfast and snack. Traditionally it is made by adding peas into the batter. But if you want, you can also add the other vegetables like carrot, capsicum, onion too.
Serve Dhuska along with Aloo Sabzi and Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for lunch on a weekend.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Puri recipes such as
Bihari Channa Dal Puri Recipe
Rajgira Puri Recipe
Doli Ki Roti Recipe is a whole wheat fermented bread /Roti, activated with an age old and traditional recipe of homemade yeast. The ingredients which make the yeast, give a subtle but delectable flavor to the bread and take the taste of the bread to just another level.A heirloom recipe from my maternal grandmother and it still connects all of us together. Doli Ki Roti Recipe can be served with Kasuri Methi Aur Aloo Rasedar to make a breakfast.
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Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra recipe is perfect tea time snack from the state of Gujarat. You can use either fresh methi leaves (fenugreek) or dried methi or kasuri methi, to prepare this dish. I have used fresh methi in this recipe. This is a heirloom recipe that I have learn from my grandma. Serve Gujarati Methi Na Dhebra recipe dabbed with homemade ghee along with a cup of pounded jaggery, Naranga Achaar, yogurt and Sev Tamatar Ki Sabzi for dinner or serve it with pickle for snack.
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Paneer Methi Paratha Recipe is made from whole wheat flour dough stuffed with finely chopped methi leaves and freshly made paneer, spiced up with green chillies and cumin powder. The Paneer Paratha can make a meal in itself and served with a pickle and some yogurt or raita. The paratha makes a great lunch box as well, as it does not brittle and remains soft when heated in a microwave oven.
Serve the Stuffed Paneer Methi Paratha Recipe along with a Raita for a wholesome breakfast or dinner. You ...
Puran Poli or Vedmi is a well-known sweet bread recipe from Gujarat and Maharashtra. Gujarati style puran poli is prepared using toor dal and Maharashtrian style puran poli is made using chana dal. In this Puran Poli recipe, we have used both the dals to make this yummy and mouth watering dish even more interesting.
Preparing puran for the puran polis is a very time consuming process, so, here is an easy recipe of preparing puran partly in microwave. It will give the same rich aroma and flavours ...
Raw Banana & Ajwain Paratha Recipe is a healthy way to consume raw banana in the form of stuffed Paratha. The recipes is very simple and also filling for a breakfast or Lunch. Raw banana mixed with Ajwain gives it an earthy flavor to the whole dish.
Raw Banana is considered to be diabetic friendly, so people can now start making this Paratha as a tasty breakfast to crave their appetite.
Serve the Raw Banana & Ajwain Paratha Recipe along with Raitha to enjoy your Breakfast meal.
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Carrot & Sweet Potato Paratha Recipe is a delicious stuffed Indian bread with a mixture of grated carrot and mashed sweet potato spiced with Indian spices. The stuffing is carefully rolled into the wheat dough and toasted on a pan till it is golden brown on either side.
Carrot and sweet potato is a great combination of flavor in taste as well as provide essential benefits required for our body. As sweet potato is less in cholesterol it can be relished as a controlled diet.
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Spiced Khooba Roti is a slight variant of the traditionally prepared khooba roti. In Rajasthani households, this recipe is made very often for dinners. Khooba roti is made by pinching the surface of the flatbread to create impressions and to result in even cooking of the roti when held on fire with tongs.
Serve Spiced Khooba Roti (Rajasthani Pinched Flatbread Recipe) with Rabodi Ki Sabzi Recipe and Besan Aur Mirch Ki Sabzi Recipe for dinner or lunch.
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Aloo parathas are Indian Potato Flat Bread made from whole wheat flour and stuffed with a spicy mixture of onions and potatoes. These Parathas are a bit different from the usual aloo parathas. They are stuffed with a combination of potatoes, onions and cheese. You will love this twist to the routine aloo parathas.
Serve Cheesy Aloo Paratha along with Boondi Raita and Dhaniya Pudina Chutney for a filling breakfast or serve it for weekday dinner.
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Awadhi Style Sheermal Recipe is an Indian famous flatbread which is flavored with saffron. It is very soft and fluffy flat bread, it can be eaten along with different kind’s curries. It is considered as one of the rare delicacies from Hyderabad and Lucknow.
It is traditionally baked in a tandoor oven. In the early stages, it was made like a roti but later on, it was made little thick in the form of Naan.
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Mixed Vegetable Akki Roti is a famous recipe from Karnataka. The recipe in this article is a mix of all vegetables and greens which are slightly different from the regular akki roti. This dish cannot be mixed in advance or kept in the fridge since it tends to leave water. Hence you may cut the vegetables and keep them ready and mix it with rice flour and oils as and when needed. For kids, just omit the chili and the rest can be still the same. Mixed Vegetable Akki Roti is ideal for those ...
Methi Lachha Paratha Recipe is one of the Basic staple food from the North part of India. It comes under the category of thepla, but in this recipes, we have added a twist by folding it and rolling it so that it becomes flakier.
By adding methi leaves (fenugreek leaves) to the dough it not only differs in flavor but also has its own benefits. By consuming these leaves in our regular diet, it will help us in providing a good amount of calcium and Iron.
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Awadh Style Bakarhani Roti Recipe ( Thick Spiced Flat-Bread Recipe ) is soft flaky bread which is seasoned with cardamom and also sweet on the palate. It is usually cooked in a tandoor which helps to give a charred and smoky flavour to the bread.
The bread was originally from Old Dhaka which is a part of Bangladesh. But since the technique and the cooking method got influenced by various states, the technique of making Bakharani Roti spread over to Awadhi Cuisine as well.
Paratha is everyone’s favourite and is usually served as a breakfast dish in North India. Onion Paneer Paratha recipe is perfect for Sunday’s breakfast with butter on top and a hot cup of Masala chai.
Serve Onion Paneer Paratha along with Boondi Raita for your weekend breakfast.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Paratha recipes such as
Aloo Paratha Recipe
Lauki Paratha Recipe
Beetroot Paratha Recipe
Pudina Lahsun Laccha Paratha (Mint & Garlic Multi-layered Indian Bread) is a wonderful twist to the normal Whole Wheat Laccha paratha recipe, with added mint leaves and spiced garlic. This makes a great lunch or dinner option. Serve Pudina Lahsun Laccha Paratha (Mint & Garlic Multi-layered Indian Bread) with any vegetarian curry of your choice, egg curry, Yogurt Lamb Curry Recipe or with kebabs.
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Aloo Methi Paratha is a great combination of ingredients making the much loved stuffed paratha recipe. Paratha is everyones favourite and this recipe is perfect for Sunday’s breakfast. Everyone loves traditional Aloo paratha but a hot of methi gives it a nice twist.
Serve Aloo Methi Paratha along with Boondi Raita, Bhindi Raita or any other raita of your choice.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Paratha recipes such as
Gajar Paratha Recipe
Ajwain Besan Ka Paratha Recipe
Rice Bhakri (Tandalachi Bhakri) is a typical Maharashtrian flatbread made using rice flour. It takes just a couple of ingredients to make Rice bhakri and once you get a hang of it ,they are quite simple to make. Rice bhakri should be had hot, smeared with butter or ghee. Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri) can be served with curries or simply topped with some Lahsun ki Chutney and raw onion on the side, or with Arhar Ki Dal with Lahsun Tadka. For a variation, you can add some ...
Makki Ki Puri is a great and wonderful deep fried Indian bread which can be served with almost any sabzi made with maize flour and wheat flour. It is very popular bread as everyone loves eating them.
You will relish eating the Makki Ki Puri with side accompaniment of pickle, Aloo Dum and Tomato Onion Cucumber raita.
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Makki Atta and Mooli are a great combination enjoyed abundantly in winters up north. This recipe is a gluten free flatbread recipe enriched with sprouts and other salad to make this wholesome. This recipe uses typical punjabi ingredients to make a south Indian style patted roti.
Enjoy this flavourful Mooli Makki Roti with a cup of Masala Chai for a healthy wholesome breakfast.
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Ajwain Puri Recipe is a very simple Indian unleavened bread which is made from wheat flour and flavoured with a pinch of turmeric and some toasted Ajwain seeds.The bread is deep fried in peanut oil which gives it a crispy and puffed texture. Ajwain seeds have a very distinctive aroma which gives the bread a unique taste.
The Puris are traditionally consumed more by the Indian subcontinent which is eaten for breakfast or as a light meal. There are many variation In the southern and northern ...
Sweet Potato is very tasty and healthy veggie. Its loaded with high fibre and best for all ages. Kids will love it too. This roti can be served with any paneer based dishes.
Serve Sweet Potato Flatbread along with Boondi Raita and Aam Ka Achaar for your breakfast or for a light dinner.
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Rajasthani Korma Roti Recipe
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Spicy Yogurt Chapati Recipe is a cross between a chapati and a ujju rotti, where the flour is pre-cooked, doing this yields extremely soft great tasting spicy chapathis. This is a great tiffin box meal perfect for travels.
Serve Spicy Yogurt Chapati along with Panchmel Dal and Bharwa Besan Mirch Sabzi for a weekday lunch or dinner. You can also pack it for your lunch box.
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Naan is an Indian flat bread that can be made very easily at home and that too on stove top. The result – soft, pillowy, delicious naans! Peshwari naan is a close cousin of Kashmiri naan. The specialty of this flatbread is that it is sweet in taste due to the use of sultanas (raisins) and coconut. Traditionally, this naan has a lot of nuts, and dry fruits stuffing along with coconut that gives a sweet flavor to the naan. I have used sultanas, coconut and almonds for the stuffing. Apple sauce is ...