I have shared the detailed recipe to make the Paratha dough that would give you crispy parathas each time. In addition to that, I have shared a list of Indian parantha recipes that would help you plan your meals easily.
This kesar badam milk brings warmth and deliciousness to a cup, perfect for those who are looking for some comfort in the winter.
Indian Paranthas like this Palak Parantha is an extremely popular parantha recipe during winter. Not only it comes together in absolutely no time, but it also adds season’s fresh greens to the meal. Now, this is a very good way of adding greens to the fussy eater’s meals.
Unlike other Ilish macher recipes, the Hilsa fish or Ilish is fried and then cooked in a yogurt gravy, mildly flavored with cinnamon and cardamom
This shorshe bhapa ilish recipe is one of the most classic and favourite fish recipes for every Bengali out there. This hilsa curry is made using hilsa or ilish, a fish belonging to the herring family. It is native to the Bay of bengal and hence widely popular in Eastern Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine.
This Instant Mawa Malpua recipe is perfect for when you are looking for a delicious Indian mithai recipe without breaking much sweat over it. Instead, you can quickly make some Bengali malpua using khoya and enjoy some quality time with your family and friends. It needs pretty simple and pantry-staple ingredients like all-purpose flour, sugar, spices and some khoya.
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.