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Oats Masala Paratha

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Oats Masala Paratha Recipe, How To Make Oats Masala Paratha Recipe

Paratha, a stuffed Indian Bread which is so delicious and generally served as main dishes in most of the Indian Restaurants.

Oats Masala Parathas makes an ideal choice for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Its prepared with spicy mixture of oats stuffed in the wheat flour dough. This is definitely a delicacy, when served as it is or with any pickle.

About Recipe

How to make Oats Masala paratha

(6 ratings)
54 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
20 mins
Oats Masala paratha
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Oats
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : October 01, 2018

Ingredients used in Oats Masala paratha
• Wheat flour - 2 cups.
• Oats - 1 cup.
• Curry leaves - 1 spring.
• Coriander leaves - 1 spring.
• Turmeric powder - 1 pinch.
• Coriander powder - half tea spoon.
• Red chili powder - to taste.
• Dry mango powder - half tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil or butter - to fry.
• Water - as required.
  • In a bowl take wheat flour, salt, mix with water make into soft dough let it rest for 15min.
  • In another bowl add Oats, chilli powder, turmuric powder, coriander powder, dry mango powder (amchur), chopped curry leaves, chpped coriander leaves, salt, mix well by adding little by little water and make into small ball.
  • Now take the small portion of dough, stuff the Oats balls, seal and roll into paratha.
  • Heat griddle or tawa and cook stuffed paratha fromboth the sides using butter or oil .

Serve hot with curd and pickle.

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Simran R Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

Being a punjabi, i can assure you that we use A LOT of butter in the parathas lol missed your jokes today, chef!

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Raj Darshan Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

not completed without your ending and words of taste. hope this doesn't happens again chef. but i love the way you cook chef.keep up the good work

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Xavier Paquin Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

oats and spices, weird mix to my canadian eyes, I'd like to try it

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Xavier Paquin Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012


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no2religions Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

It might be strange, but I like to eat paratha with with scrambled eggs and coriander leaves! lol... silly canadians! :)

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simplyalif Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

so many memories when my mum and nan used to make this

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jdkbriggs Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

glad you're back:]

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bizcut Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

great video that looks tasty, gonna have to ask my mom to make it xD

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bartolo5150 Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

howa bout Pan Parag Masala!!!!!!!!

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manjusharron Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

we cants see whether it is paneer or oats prantha both r same in plate bcoz it is only one prantha showed in 2 videos named oats/paneer prantha chef making fun....lazy man

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gariyas Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012

Looks good. But your Ayurveda doctor relatives, if they were familar with Caraka, would say use barley or coix lacryma-jobi. :)

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lavinia2world Posted on Thu Jul 19 2012


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