Friday, 5 December 2014

Onion Parata

Onion Parata is my favorite parata. Usually weekly once I do make it. This is a simple method without any masalas and stuffing. Its perfect for breakfast or for dinners. It tastes good and specially with curd and mango pickle :)..

Whole Wheat flour 2 cups
Onion 2, medium
Green Chili 1, finely chopped
Freshly chopped Coriander leaves 2 tbsp
Red Chili Powder 1 tbsp {optional}
Salt as per taste
Oil - 1 tbsp for kneading + some for making the parata

Firstly, finely chop onions{Its better if finely chopped}.
In a bowl, take whole wheat flour. Add chopped green chili, salt, coriander leaves, chopped onions, 1 tbsp oil and knead to form a dough adding required water. 
Be careful not to add much water, as onions will leave its water in some time.
{I skipped red chili powder today in this}.
Now make small balls out of the dough.
{No need to give resting time}.
Now dust some flour on the rolling board, and start rolling the balls into nice parata.
Heat a tawa simultaneously. Once heated place the rolled parata and cook. As you find small bubbles and brown spots, flip to the other side and cook. Add oil {say 1/2 tsp} and cook till small bubbles are seen. Again flip to the other side, add oil {say 1/2 tsp} and cook until the parata is cooked properly both the sides.

Transfer to a serving place. 

Serve with Curd and Pickle.
Submitted this post to Come Join Us For Breakfast December Event, Dec 2014


  1. I love onion but I seldom make parata because we tend to love only rice. Yet I love its addition in the nicely made paratas.

  2. This onion parantha looks great. :)

  3. This looks so yumm and mouthwatering...finger licking good...Great recipe:)

  4. Delicious & tempting parathas.............perfect snack any time.

  5. I love these onion paratha, step by step pics makes recipe really easy. Thanks for sharing recipe.

    1. Oh thats really appreciable. Thanks :)


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