Methi Paratha Recipe

Methi Paratha, a healthy and yummy Indian Bread variety and a traditional North Indian breakfast dish. A healthy paratha with more flavors and nutrition.We can stuff the methi or we can just mix them with wheat flour and knead it. Either way is taste and yummy, I prefer mixing the methi leaves with the flour itself, that way it is so simple and quick. Serve this yummy Methi paratha with chillied curd or any raitha or Paratha Chutney and enjoy the healthy paratha!

Methi Paratha Recipe
Methi Paratha Recipe

Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking Time20 mins

Methi Paratha Recipe
Methi Paratha Recipe

Whole Wheat Flour1 Cup* + 2 tablespoon for dusting
Methi Leaves1/2 Cup
Green Chilli1
SaltTo taste
Garam Masala1/2 teaspoon
Ghee1 tablespoon

  1. Wash and finely chop the methi leaves. Take a mixing bowl and add wheat flour, methi leaves, salt, and garam masala 

  2. Sprinkle water little by little and mix well and knead it to a nice dough. Cover the dough with a damp cloth and keep it aside for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, Make 4 equal balls out of the dough

  3. Take a dough ball and dust it with flour and roll it slightly thicker.

  4. Heat a tawa. The tawa should be super hot. Add the rolled paratha to the tawa. When we see bubbles coming up, gently flip it on and cook on other side. Brush little ghee or butter on cooked side and flip it on the other side and brush little ghee and when both the sides of paratha are cooked and turned golden brown then remove from flame. Repeat the step 3 and 4 to make rest of parathas

  5. The yummy and healthy Methi Paratha is now ready to serve with Chillied curd, raitha or chutney
  6. Methi Paratha Recipe
    Methi Paratha Recipe

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Dear subbuji,
I tried this but mine didn't puff as regular chapathi. Did I do anything wrong?
Thanks arthy

This methi paratha will not puff like regular chapati. We are rolling it thick like paratha so it won't stuff.

Dear Mami
If you don't have access to fresh methi leaves, you can substitute with Kasoori methi, the result is same. I love this and make this on a regular basis. Good for people with Diabetics as breakfast. My mother used to make this for breadfast everyday for herself as she was diabetic.
Good one mami!!



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