Pizza Paratha

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Pizza Paratha

East meets West in this contemporary, fresh, innovative meal. Pizza Paratha combines goodness of both the worlds and makes for an interesting eat. It is versatile, it could be your lunch or dinner or even brunch especially on that lazy Sunday morning.


  • All purpose flour (or wheat flour) – 2 cups
  • Handful of chopped vegetables – 1 ½ cup of Onion, Tomatoes, Bellpeppers, Green chillies (optional), Ginger, Coriander leaves
  • Oil/Butter – to make parathas
  • Grated cheese – 4-5 tbsp
  • Salt and pepper to taste


  • Knead the flour an hour before you plan to start cooking. Do not add salt or butter, just use water. Let the dough be medium firm.
  • Keep aside the chopped veggies in a bowl. Sprinkle cheese on top. Add little salt and pepper (you may want to reduce the salt as cheese is already salty).
  • Make 4-5 medium sized balls from the dough. Put stuffing in each of them. You can also stir fry the veggies (except cheese), cool it then put it inside the balls but rolling them out can be little difficult. So if you aren’t comfortable with this, just use raw greens.
  • One by one, roll them and make rotis.
  • Heat a tawa on medium flame. Put one roti, cook it on one side, then turn it. When it’s semi-cooked, add oil or butter and with the help of a spatula, press it all around, on both sides until it’s cooked. Repeat the same for others. Serve hot, or keep it warm.
  • You can make garlic-tomato chutney or eat with tomato ketchup!

Yield – 2 servings

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