Egg Parantha or Bengali Dimer Porota is an Indian flatbread which envelopes a beaten egg. It is fried till crispy and flaky on the inside while the egg gets cooked on the inside thus making a perfectly stuffed parantha with a beaten egg inside. This might sound complex and tricky, but once you read my instructions for this recipe, you will be making these anda paranthas or egg paranthas every other day.
This fresh Methi Paratha recipe is a celebration of fresh fenugreek leaves which flood the farmer’s market in winters. My easy and soft methi ka paratha recipe is a dump-knead-roll-fry kind of recipe. Simply mix everything and knead it into a tight dough before rolling and frying the paranthas. Piping hot methi saag paranthas with a hot cup of tea are what I want for a comforting lunch in the bone-chilling winters of North India.
This chana dal parantha recipe is yet another amazing Indian stuffed parantha recipe that has a spicy filling of cooked chana dal or Bengal gram. It is one of those quick breakfast recipes which pack a punch. Chana dal or Bengal gram, as we know, is extremely nutritious and is an excellent source of plant-based protein.
This Spinach Flatbread recipe is outright the healthiest flatbread recipe which incorporates all the goodness of spinach in it. All you need to do is grab the freshest bunch of spinach and knead the dough with it. This easy spinach flatbread recipe comes together in no time at all. And, as you serve this as just another flatbread, you will be serving a healthy dose of veggies to your family.
This Indian style veggie calzone or Pizza Parantha is an absolutely easy snack recipe where you get to play your own pizza master. A simple dough rolled and stuffed with whatever pizza recipe topping you have at home. It just can’t get easier. My favourite part is slicing it in half and see the melted cheese oozing out of it.
This stuffed keema parantha recipe is an Indian flatbread recipe where the stuffing is made with minced meat or keema.
Radhaballavi is a Bengali kachori recipe where the stuffing is made of white lentils or urad dal, khoya and a couple of spices. This is a Bengali dal puri recipe, often reserved for special occasions where it gets served with Aloo Dum and/or Cholar Dal.