Mixed Vegetable Paratha


Stuffed parathas are the healthy and ideal breakfast option. Vegetable paratha is enriched with potato, cauliflower, carrot, beans etc. Make the paratha with lot of pure ghee, serve it hot and see the difference. Kids who dont eat vegetables will eat this paratha. try it out.
1½ cup Wheat flour (chapathi flour)
1 cup Maida flour/ all purpose flour
1 T Curd
1 tsp Oil
1 cup Mixed vegetables (cauliflower, carrots,beans, cabbage, peas)
1 no Boiled potato
1 no Onion ( finely chopped)
1 tsp Garam masala powder
2 tsp Lemon juice
Corriander leaves (hand full)(finely chopped)
Salt (as per taste)
Ghee for frying paratha
3 nos Green chillies
1 clove Ginger
2 clove Garlic


Sieve wheat flour and maida with a little salt. Add curd and oil.
Knead a soft dough.Keep aside for 20 min. Divide into equal portions.
Grind green chilli ,garlic and ginger in to fine masala paste.
Cook the vegetables. Now add chopped onion, coriander leaves , garam masala and ground chilli, salt into one cup chopped and cooked vegetables and mash them nicely. add the lemon juice. make equal size balls out of the vegetable mixture.
Take one portion of the dough, roll out into small chapati, place one portion of vegetable mixture into the centre of the chapati and seal carefully on all sides. Roll out again into chapatis about half cm thick dusting with flour to prevent the chapati from sticking the board.
Bake or fry on tawa by adding ghee to both sides till nicely golden brown.
Serve hot with pickle.
Mixed vegetable paratha

Mixed vegetable paratha


We can fry the onion with little oil and can add to the vegetable mixture. Make a big paratha out of the dough and cut like triangles and serve.. kids will love the shaped parathas. i did like that for my daughter. she loved it. just try it out.

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13 comments to Mixed Vegetable Paratha

  • Nilofur Muneer

    hi d….thanks d for introducing me to this site……fantastic site!!! now can get to try out lots of new recipes……also keep in touch with lots of people and exchange ideas thoughts etc..yor mixed vegetable paratta looks great…so definitely its going to taste delicious……will try it out soon!

  • abhimuthu

    Perfect parathas , halthy and no doubt tasty too. Thanks..

  • Mullai

    Good one, adding lemon juice is new to me though, anyhow it looks great, thanks for sharing.

  • S.Priya

    Superb superb Superb..athuku mela yenna sollurathu’nu yennake terla..romba azhaga irruku..

  • Sadhanaraveen

    Super Paratha Divya!!!! yummy yummy!!!

    Sadhana Raveen

  • Roopashri

    Hi Divya,

    Thanks for sharing. Also, u can do these parathas, with any kind of greens – raw. Just need to wash & finely chop the greens and green chillies. Mix with flour, water & salt and a 2 tsp of heated oil and make the dough. Roll them as regular chapatis & fry on tawa with oil or ghee. This is very tasty too. Infact, you can use all vegetables (like, beans, peas, onions, cabbage, carrots, bottle gourd etc.,) like this – completely raw, mix with flour and roll & fry with oil or ghee. They will be very tasty too. Also, it is much easier, quicker and more healthier since there is no much masala in it and vegetables are not cooked. As you said, kids would love it and it is a better way to make them eat lots of vegetables :-)

    Your chapatis look great & tempting, Divya.

    • M Divya

      Roopashri thanks for ur idea..surely will give a try next time when i prepare parathas….thanks for ur comments too… 

      Divya Mubarak

  • M Divya

    Thanks arthi, indha finish varathukku time yeduthudhu…:) Divya Mubarak

  • Arthi Selva

    Divi Parata is nice.. Romba alaga pani irukinga

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