Winter Special: 5 Classic Paratha Recipes for a Quick Lunch

What is it about the winter season that makes us look forward to it so eagerly? One of the most frequent answers will undoubtedly be – crunchy, delicious and fresh vegetables. You do not agree ? At this time of year, we fill our vegetable baskets with a variety of seasonal vegetables and fruits, including carrots, radishes, leafy greens, and more. All of these natural and healthy ingredients are used to create a plethora of delicious dishes. Sarson ka saag, gajar ka halwa, palak paneer and other gourmet dishes are just a few examples. In addition to the above recipes, we have some special winter paratha recipes that will keep you warm. For a quick lunch, these parathas are the ideal choice as they are tasty and very nutritious. So, without further ado, let’s start making them at home.

Winter Meal Recipes: Here Are 5 Classic Paratha Recipes You Must Try This Winter

1. Khasta Methi Paratha – Our Recommendation

Let’s start with this one. In many Indian homes, this paratha recipe is a winter staple. It’s quick, delicious, and packed with the health benefits of methi (fenugreek) leaves. Pair it with curds and chutney and you’re set. Click here. You can also give it a touch of cheese by adding some cheese as a filling. For this recipe, click here.

2. Beet Paratha

Beets are packed with nutrients that benefit our health in a variety of ways. Considering this, we present to you a beetroot paratha which should definitely be part of your diet. For the full beetroot paratha recipe, click here.

3. Palak Paratha

We get hungry just thinking about hot and crispy ghee-covered parathas. This paratha recipe is packed with spinach goodness. Consider serving your palak paratha with butter, pickles or yogurt as your condiment of choice! Click here for the full recipe.

4. Mooli Ka Paratha

For its distinct, pungent, tangy flavor, radish (or mooli) is delicious as a stuffing in parathas. This vegetable is even more attractive due to its low calorie content. Click here for the full recipe.

5. Sarson Ka Paratha

If you are tired of eating the same sarson ka saag, here is a recipe that will help you incorporate mustard greens into your diet in an original way. Sarson ka paratha is the name of this dish. For the detailed recipe, click here.

Try these recipes at home for a quick lunch and let us know what you think in the comments section. Stay tuned for more special winter recipes.

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