We make this couple of times a week as it’s a good change from regular rotis and healthy option too.
This is my dad’s favorite paratha. He likes to eat it by putting lots of ghee on it. I do too!
This roti tastes great with garlic chutney, but if you have a sweet tooth eating this roti with gur (jaggery) is an amazing combo.
This is once again a classic Punjabi recipe that is a winner accompanied with sarson ka saag. There is nothing like sarson ka saag with makke ki roti on a cold winter afternoon! It is a little difficult to make but over the years I have finally learnt it! You may get disheartened trying to roll it with a rolling pin but believe me with a little bit of patience and effort anyone can make it!
This is my son's anytime favourite. Three days out of five, he takes this to school for lunch.
This is a high fibre chapati from north Karnataka. Great with dal, raita, curries or just on its own. Jowar is easily available all over the country.
It is a delicious twist on regular paratha. I like it with "dalmoth," a sour and spicy bhujiya, but you can make it with any kind of bhujiya you like.
My son likes to eat jam quite a bit. I made this for him one day and he loved it.
I got this "stollen" recipe while I was Head Baker at the Dorchester hotel. It's packed with dried fruit and filled with a marzipan surprise. It makes a perfect gift at Christmas.
This is how I make "Welsh Rarebit"- my cheese on toast. If you don't have a grill, just put another slice of bread on top of the first one, put them on a tawa and press down with a katori.