All Stuffed Naan's are made in this same manner. Plain Naan is obviously delicious but Stuffed Naan is more tasty, there are different types of Stuffed Naan : Potato, Paneer, Dal , Cauliflower etc prepare Stuffed Potato Naan/Aloo Naan Recipe.
Kerala parotta is similar to north India’s Laccha Paratha. The only difference is that Kerala Parottaa is made of Maida and requires more amount of kneading to prepare a soft dough. Kerala Paratha is soft and crunchy while the inner layers crispy.
Before winters come to end, try making tantalizing and spicy parathas with millet, potato and spices. During winters everybody relish eating paranthas with millet, ragi or maize.
Missi parantha made with chickpea flour, spices and some green coriander whenever you feel hungry and serve steaming hot with curd, chutney, pickle and relish eating.
Dal stuffed lachha parantha is a crispy and scrumptious parantha which can be served piping hot for take with delightful taste.
Flax seed are full of many nutritional value and can be used to prepare chutney, pinni, roti, cheela and so on. In fact sweet flax seed parantha also taste delicious with joyful taste.
Mooli parantha is thoroughly enjoyed the most in Northern India. We often make stuffed mooli paranthas but we can also mix the grated radish to the dough. The paranthas prepared with both methods have different taste yet taste delicious.
Sprouted lentils are loaded with proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins. If kids don't relish eating these sprouted dals then stuff them in paranthas. Its a delighful in tastes.
To give the nutrition of these green leafy veggies to kids try preparing paranthas with these veggies which can be served with curd, raita, chutney, pickle or any other sabzi of your taste with delights.
Paranthas are almost prepared in breakfast, evening or night at everyone's home. Stuffed paranthas are super delicious than plain paranthas. These stuffed paranthas prepared with seasonal veggies are super tempting.