Paratha is, no doubt, one of the delicacies of Indian cuisine. Not only does it taste like heaven in your mouth, it is also one of the most dynamic dishes that lets you experiment with it in a million different ways. There are so many ways in which you can devour a paratha. The stuffed parathas are the most popular – the most popular options being alu, gobi, onion and dal. There are a multitude of things you can stuff a paratha with. A good plain paratha is a multi-layered marvel. It can be eaten by itself with a sound side-dish to mop it up with. Popular choices include any curry, palak paneer, bhindi, chicken curry, or beef fry, a favourite of many in the southern part of the country.
The third and the most convenient way to eat a paratha, especially for those living the too-busy-to-breath lifestyle, is paratha with toppings. Just plop a sheet of Kawan’s frozen paratha on the tawa, heat it for 1.5 minutes on either side, throw some healthy toppings on it, roll it up and you’re good to go. A whole meal ready is less than 5 minutes.
Here are few of the best and easiest toppings for paratha that you can try out for your next meal.
This obviously had to be number one. We are all in a constant battle of trying to be healthy and being lazy. Most of us know that we have to increase our intake of vegetables but has no time to get creative about it. Well now all you need to do is chop up whatever veggies you have at hand (carrots, potatoes, cauliflower, beetroot, broccoli are great options), stir it in a pan, add any masalas that you fancy to give it a little zing, spread it over a cooked Kawan paratha. Roll it up and you have a healthy breakfast which you can eat on the way to office
I know this sounds a little wild, but hear us out. Who says parathas can only be a main dish eaten with spicy things. They make a great dessert. Either chop or puree fruits such as mangos, papaya or even strawberries, drizzle a little cream or condensed milk and enjoy a mouth-watering fruity dessert. You can even use dry fruits and nuts instead to give it an even healthier twist.
Egg is your best friend if you don’t know how to cook or are too lazy to. A simple omelette topped with some tomatoes or mushrooms and rolled with a paratha makes a great and easy snack. You can try out other variations by substituting egg with chicken or paneer.
Every cheese lover knows this. Cheese makes everything better. You could use cheese as a dip or slather the gooey goodness on the paratha for a scrumptious snack. Using mozzarella cheese and a variety of topping such as tomatoes, capsicum, corn, onions, oregano, basil, you can also whip up your own version of a desi pizza or quesadillas.
Nutella is one thing that you can put on literally any food and it will still taste great. Parathas are no different. For a truly chocolicious treat, slather a generous amount of Nutella on a paratha, roll it up and fall into the depths of chocolate-y heaven. You can also add a chopped bananas or walnuts to give it additional texture.
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