Very Good Recipes of Paratha from Spicy Foood

There are 6 Paratha recipes on the blog Spicy Foood. (468 on all the blogs)

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Capsicum Parathas Capsicum Parathas By Spicy Foood 08/20/14 11:12 I love parathas of which aloo parathas are the most famous and popular among most.Its such an easy way to sneak vegetables especially with fussy picky eaters.This is one such easy and aromatic paratha. Continue Reading ---»
Yelllow pumpkin and coriander leaves paratha Yelllow pumpkin and coriander leaves paratha By Spicy Foood 03/13/14 10:52 Two weeks ago I received this lovely book full of delicious recipes of parathas.It was a giveaway i won for an event.I usually always want to make and post something from the other books also but it never happens I'm sure you'll know its not everyday one...
Radish/Mooli parathas Radish/Mooli parathas By Spicy Foood 01/03/14 10:06 Just got back after a really nice relaxing Xmas break and its still hard to wake up for school in the morning.I pity the lil one who had to get going today.Tonight will be a simple dinner this radish/mooli paratha which i love a lot because I'm still in...
Lachha Parathas and a simple snack - Chilli chapati Lachha Parathas and a simple snack - Chilli chapati By Spicy Foood 08/08/12 08:53 I make these parathas at home for my LM often but wasn;t aware of the name until I stumbled upon it at Pallavi's space.These parathas are better than the kerala parotas we love at our home for obvious reasons : they are whole wheat parathas and also consume...
Golden Puris & Parathas Golden Puris & Parathas By Spicy Foood 03/07/12 05:44 This month's Magic Mingle combo is wheat and corn.I've been struggling to somehow get the lunchbox empty from school...but in vain.I tried these puris which are her absolute favourite today.I also made parathas but the puris looked like golden risen blobs...
Green Parathas Green Parathas By Spicy Foood 01/23/12 06:59 I love/crave for north indian food any day :) I should be saying it for south indian food too but since I spent a lot of time being in Mumbai and chapatis/rotis are my soul food, sabjis and bhaajis go better than the kootu curries! Been a while since I...

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