Recipes for the Roti Mela

For the Roti Mela hosted by Srivalli, I am sending out entries of new paratha/roti recipes that I try out.
Parathas are stuffed flatbreads – Indian style. The ones I make are mostly the ones in which we stuff whole-wheat dough balls with stuffing (veggies, lentils etc) and roll them out as a flatbread/torilla and cook on a griddle. Other roti/paratha varieties I am yet to try and post are ones where the stuffing ingredients are just mixed in the dough and rolled out.

Most of these recipes I have on the blog are savory – the only sweet one is the puran poli 🙂 – Will be updating this post through the month as I add any more entries for the mela.
My new entries for the Roti Mela include:


                    Moong Dal Paratha 

                    

                    Alu Paratha

                    

                    Dal Chawal Paratha

                    

                    Dhania Methi Thepla

                        

Also, my existing paratha recipes are additional entries to her mela 🙂 – so that many more people can access the recipes and try them out!
                    Onion Stir-Fry Paratha (Onion Flatbread – Indian)

                   

                    Puran Poli/Boli (Sweet Flatbread – Indian)

                   

                    Stuffed Methi Paratha

                    

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~ by skribles on May 17, 2008.

6 Responses to “Recipes for the Roti Mela”

  1. Lot of new types of parathas to try out…

    From skribles: Thanks EC

  2. i checked out all your parathas.. they r supercool…

    From skribles: Thanks Swati 🙂

  3. hey its really gr8 that u made so many types of parathas,they look yummy!!

    From skribles: Thanks Hetal 🙂

  4. delicous parathas!!!

    From skribles: Thanks Ranji 🙂

  5. Thanks Skribles for the award.. you made my day !

    From Skribles: U are welcome Ramki – U deserve it – Congrats! … The one-page cookbook idea is really a very useful and handy one 🙂 …

  6. Jan..this link is really so wonderful..thanks for taking pains for posting your own mela here..:)

    From skribles: Thanks for the nice words and for hosting such a wonderful event Srivalli

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