There is nothing that warms the heart (and tummy) like fresh, hot and melt in your mouth soft Phulka or Fulka. Though called by many different names like roti or rotli, phulkas are an integral part of an Indian meal. They can be enjoyed with dry vegetable dishes as well as curries. Try this easy recipe for a classic Indian bread."How to Make Soft Phulka (Fulka, Roti, Rotli)"
Stuffed paratha are always a special treat. They serve their purpose of being the bread (or vehicle) part of a traditional Indian meal, but with their own unique twist. Many things are used to stuff paratha and raw papaya is definitely a great option. Similar in texture to radish (or mooli), shredded raw papaya is shredded, seasoned with just a few key ingredients and stuffed into chapati dough. The final product is so flavorful that…"Raw Papaya Stuffed Paratha"
These soft-melt-in-your-mouth Chawal Chapatis are a treat for you eyes too, not just visually. They pair beautifully with a simple Daal and Subzi or an exotic, spicy Mutton Curry or Keema. Prepare to be amazed! With Gluten allergies and Gluten awareness on the rise, this is a great alternative. These are soft and do need a bit of practice but don’t let that stop you from trying – they are definitely worth the effort."Rice Flour Rotis (Chawal Atta Chapatis)"
Malabar Parottas or Kerala Parathas are a street food originating from the Malabar region along the coast of Southern India. Some secrets can’t always remain hidden, and this bread has made its way all over the country and the world. It’s flaky, crispy and crumbly nature makes it a favorite amongst all age-groups. Try your hand at it and trust us, you will not be disappointed. Prep Time: 1 hour Cook Time: 15 min Makes:…"Malabar Parotta (Kerala Paratha) Indian Bread Recipe"
Mediterranean Cuisine for me is one the fall-backs I go to anytime I just don’t feel like Indian food. Pita Bread is almost like Chapatis, something that looks so familiar yet tastes so different. Traditionally, made with All-Purpose Flour, Whole Wheat Pita Bread is a little healthier twist on it without compromising on the flavors. Enjoy them as wraps, sandwich-pockets or as pita chips, they are easy to make and great to have around. Prep…"Whole Wheat Pita Bread Recipe"