Outer covering

Whole wheat chapati flour(atta) --> 1 & 1/2 cup
Warm water plus squeezed water--> 1/2 cup
salt --> to taste
few drops of ghee


Cabbage ( grated)--> 1 & 1/2 Cup
Grated paneer ( cottage cheese) --> 1 Cup
Red Chilli powder --> 1/2 Tsp
Black pepper powder --> 1/2 Tsp
Corainder powder > 1 Tsp
Cumin powder --> 1Tsp
Kasuri methi --> 2 Tsp
Amchur powder --> 1/2 Tsp
Ajwain seeds--> 2 Tsp
Ginger paste --> 1 Tsp
Corainder leaves ( chopped) --> handful
Green chillies ( finely chopped) --> 3 Nos.
Salt --> to taste


  • Grate cabbage add salt to the grated cabbage and keep aside for 30 mins. Once the cabbage becomes watery, squeeze out the excess water from the grated cabbage.Keep the water aside don't throw it away, we will use it for kneading the dough. 
  • Prepare the outer covering of the paratha  by mixing   squeezed out warm water  plus  extra warm water into the flour along with salt and few drops of ghee. Keep this dough aside for 30 mins to 1 hr covered.Keep a check on the saltiness of the dough as the squeezed out water has salt in it also.
  • Prepare the stuffing and divide it into 6 equal portions and shape them into balls.
  • Now divide the dough into 6 portions. Roll these dough balls into a small circle and place the stuffing in the center .Bring the dough ball together around the stuffing and seal it properly.

  • Flatten the prepared ball with your finger tips,then roll them into big circle.The parathas should be rolled thicker than the usual chapati.
  • Shift the rolled parathas onto a hot griddle/tava and roast them  on medium-high heat until you see brown spots brushing little ghee on either sides .
  •  Serve the hot yummy parathas with raitha and pickles of your choice.
  •         The amount of water depends on the quality of  flour used.


  1. Priti // February 21, 2011  

    Looks yum ..the platter looks delish

  2. Sensible Vegetarian // February 21, 2011  

    This looks so delicious and healthy. Love that plate with pickle and raita.

  3. Treat and Trick // February 21, 2011  

    Perfect and yummy! Great click too..

  4. Shama Nagarajan // February 21, 2011  

    tempting parathas

  5. Vimitha Anand // February 21, 2011  

    Yummy and easy to make tooo...

  6. Prathibha // February 21, 2011  

    Looks the hot hot parathas wid achaar n dahi..

  7. Paaka Shaale // February 21, 2011  

    The Parathas looks healthy and nutritious Sharada. Awesome!!!

  8. Umm Mymoonah // February 22, 2011  

    That's one delicious and healthy combination, looks so soft and yummy. Pictures looks very nice.

  9. Aruna Manikandan // February 22, 2011  

    looks perfect and yummy too....

  10. Zareena // February 22, 2011  

    Wow Sharada... the paratha looks so yummy. Cheese makes me drool.

  11. Suja Sugathan // February 22, 2011  

    Healthy parathas dear,love the stuffing,sounds unique.

  12. aipi // February 22, 2011 tempting platter you have there. Never tried this combo before, should try n I too love to eat my stuffed parathas with boondi raita :)

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  13. Reshmi Mahesh // February 22, 2011  

    Lovely and yummy....Got a lovely space...Following you:)


  14. divya // February 22, 2011  

    Wow ... the paratha looks so yummy. Cheese makes me drool.

  15. Mrs K // February 22, 2011  

    These paranthas along with the boondi raita bowl are such a perfect lunch/dinner/breakfast. This is totally me- I love and can have paranthas for all three meals:)

  16. Shanthi // February 23, 2011  

    Looks wonderful and well explained

  17. Harika's Kitchen // February 23, 2011  

    Paratha looks yummy and very tasty.

  18. K@LifenSpice // February 23, 2011  

    That's something new. Looks delish. Great way to get more veggies into your diet, right?

  19. Indian Recipe Book // March 07, 2011  

    Combo of paratha and bundi ka raita is ultimate really. They look perfect for a morning breakfast.Raita is so refreshing and nutricious..

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