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. 

Rice Flour Bhakri Recipe (Maharashtrian Tandalachi Bhakri)

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 ...

Onion Paneer Paratha Recipe

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

Awadh Style Bakarhani Roti Recipe ( Thick Spiced Flat-Bread Recipe )

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.  Serve ...

Bhatura Recipe (Fried Puffed Yogurt Bread)

Bhatura is a traditional North Indian Punjabi classic bread savored with Chola Masala - together called as "Chola Bhatura". The Bhatura is a spongy deep fried bread is made my combining flour along with yogurt and yeast that is made to ferment so that it gets that little sour taste from the yogurt which gives that classic favor and yet the softness. The addition of nigella seeds, fennel seeds or ajwain seeds enhances the flavor of this delicious Bhatura. Yeast is not traditionally added ...

Homemade Butter Naan Recipe (Soft Yogurt Bread)

The Homemade Butter Naan recipe is simple to make in your own kitchen. Naan is an Indian bread about which I am very choosy as to where I eat them. I am so particular about its texture and the softness, that I hardly end up ordering them in a restaurant.  This Naan recipe simply fantastic and delicious and easy to make and absolutely has that melt in the mouth flavour and texture. The easiest way I found to make Naan is in the oven as you can keep multiple breads at a time (if you have a large ...

Traditional Bihari Litti Chokha Recipe

Litti is a snack food found in India's Bihar  and Nepalese state of Madhesh. It consists of wheat and sattu combined along with spiced and stuffed into maida balls and deep fried in ghee or baked in the oven. Although Litti very often confused with Baati from Rajasthan, it is a completely different dish in terms of taste, texture and preparation. It may be eaten with yogurt, baigan bharta, alu bharta, and papad. The litti are traditionally baked over a cow-dung fire, but you can either deep ...

Baked Whole Wheat Masala Baati Recipe (Healthy Rajasthani Spiced Wheat Dumplings)

Baked Whole Wheat Masala Baati is a traditional Rajasthani recipe for a crusty baked dumpling-shaped cookie made of whole wheat kneaded together with spices. It has a fascinating origin, dating back to the ancient days when soldiers ate it as a staple war-time sustenance. During those days grains like wheat, jowar, bajra were a part of everyday meal. So soldiers would bury the prepared dough into smaller chunks and place it underground. The blistering heat of Rajasthan, with the sun beating down ...

     
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