Paneer paranthas

It’s a great feeling to eat a delicious parantha, but what makes it even more tasty is sharing this experience with family at the start of a day. I’ve eaten too many paranthas, like any other true-blooded Indian, but I rate the paneer parantha as the tastiest.


Take grated cottage cheese (home made is the best kind) add chopped onion, coriander, green chillies, grated ginger, red chili powder, a pinch of dried mango powder and salt to taste. Mix well.

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Take kneaded whole wheat flour, roll out into half the size of a thick roti. Place the mixture of paneer generously in the middle. Close it all round, sealing it with your fingertips.

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Roll it out gently and place on a hot tawa. Flip it over when it shows signs of being cooked.

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Add ghee on it and around it. Flip it over again.

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Remove from heat, enjoy it with yoghurt and home made pickle.

For weight watchers : Don’t add ghee, flip it over, heat on direct flame to cook well. Enjoy!

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