Course  >  Indian Travel Food  >  Indian Travel Food Paratha  >  
26 recipes
This category has been viewed 15520 times
 Last Updated : Dec 30,2018





Indian Travel Foods – Top 21 Paratha Recipes

There is absolutely no doubt about the fact that the paratha is one of India’s favourite foods. Many Indians, especially in North India, do not mind having it for more than one meal a day! It is a good thing that many of the parathas are also suitable to carry along when travelling. Parathas made with certain fillings, cooked and packed in the right way, can stay fresh for a whole day. Since kids as well as adults enjoy having parathas, and it is wholesome enough to be a One Dish Meals, it is quite apt to take along while travelling. Like South Indian like to carry Idli or Chitranna Rice while travelling, most North Indians like to pack along some parathas. These days we find this geographical distinction fading, and people across the country enjoy food from other states too. So, we even find a lot of people in South India relishing yummy parathas.

Here is a collection of yummy parathas that stay fresh for a day – but we suggest using them only for a day and not more than that. We have chosen relatively easy, no-fuss recipes that you can prepare comfortably before leaving, without too much stress. From evergreen recipes like Aloo Paratha and Gobi Paratha to herby, greens-loaded treats like the Methi Paratha and Pudina Paratha; regional favourites like Delhi’s Banana Paratha,; healthy treats like Moong Dal Paratha and Paneer Masoor Paratha and innovative delights like the Cheese Paratha and Paneer Spring Onion Paratha, we have collated a collection of our favourite recipes, just for you.

You can take these along when you go for a picnic, for a train journey, or even on a flight if you do not want to have the food catered there. However, be careful when packing them. Firstly, you need to let them cool completely because if they are packed hot, they will sweat or release water and become soggy after a while. Once they are completely cooled, wrap the parathas is foil paper and then pack them in an airtight container. Now, your dabba full of taste, joy and goodness is all set to go into your picnic basket. The exciting flavours and fillings make these parathas a great hit with young and old alike, so you can have the pleasure of watching the whole family relish them with equal zeal!

3 Things to Remember when packing parathas :
1. Let the parathas cool.
2. Wrap in foil paper.
3. Pack in airtight container.

Try Our Other Indian Travel Food Recipes…
18 Indian Travel Food Dhokla Recipes
29 Indian Travel Food Dry Snacks Recipes
18 Indian Travel Food Idli / Dosa / Upma Recipes
19 Indian Travel Food Rice Recipes
18 Indian Travel Food Sabzi Recipes
Indian Travel Food Sandwiches Recipes
Happy Cooking!


An easy but irresistible paratha that is made of everyday ingredients, the Cheese Paratha is an all-time favourite with cheese-lovers, especially kids. A stuffing of cheese perked up with coriander and spice powders gives these whole wheat parathas a tasty and gooey centre. You must enjoy this ....
Greens and carrots, interestingly flavoured with ginger, green chillies and other common but effective taste-givers, form the stuffing for these sumptuous whole wheat parathas. The combination of spinach and chawli greens gives the parathas a unique, very appetizing taste that you are sure to en ....
There is something very homely about this Paneer Masoor Paratha. Perhaps it is the satisfying, One Dish Meals feel, or the use of traditional ingredients which makes it seem so. In this lovely dish, wholesome whole wheat flour parathas are stuf ....
You can’t resist having a go at these parathas even as you are cooking them for your family, because the aroma is so tempting and the flavour, oh, it’s almost addictive! The whole wheat parathas are stuffed with grated radish cooke ....
A culinary gem from the streets of Delhi, the Banana Paratha is a delicacy that is much-loved by kids and adults alike. As soon as you read the name Banana Paratha, you would have assumed several things, like say, a paratha with a spicy filling of raw banana! No, this recipe is completely the op ....
The dazzling combo of methi and mooli makes this paratha a super-hit! Both radish and fenugreek leaves are ingredients with rare and unique flavours, including a bit of bitterness that is actually pleasing to taste. So, this paratha does not need too many spices to perk up its flavour. A little ....
Raw papaya is a wonderful ingredient for savoury cooking, whether you want to add it to a subzi or a paratha. It has a subtle but unique flavour and a nice mouth-feel. The flavour of the stuffing is boosted using a combination of common ingredients, which works perfectly with the raw papaya. ....
Methi is an ingredient normally used to make rotis and parathas , but usually it is either sautéed or blended and added to the dough itself. Th ....
Gobi or cauliflower grows abundantly in the Punjab. This vegetable is enjoyed by people of all ages and is a specialty at most celebration and religious gatherings. Here gobi has been combined with a cooked onion masala and used as a stuffing for a
Healthful moong dal takes the form of a tasteful paratha here! Cooked moong dal, along with potato for binding, onions for crunch and a range of spices for added flavour, makes a great stuffing for parathas that are crisp from outside and soft inside. You will enjoy the unique combination of spices ....
A must-try recipe, which is an indispensable part of north Indian cuisine, where it is enjoyed any time of the day, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Luscious whole wheat Parathas are stuffed with ....
Mint has an aroma that cannot be locked up! As the Pudina Paratha toasts on the griddle, whiffs of mint and carom seeds fill the air, preparing the diners for the wonderful meal that awaits them. These parathas are so flavourful that you can serve them simply with ....
As we all know, protein is a must-have nutrient throughout one’s life, from when we crawl on all fours to when we walk with the help of a walking stick! This is because protein helps maintain not just bones, but every cell of our body. Packed with the goodness of whole wheat flour, paneer and ....
Both are made with whole wheat flour, so what is the big difference between roti and paratha? Well, try this simple Paratha recipe to experience the difference. Although made with pretty much the same ingredients, the style of rolling, the method of cooking and the medium of cooking (with or w ....
Who can resist the lure of hot, tava-cooked Methi Parathas. The wheat flour dough combines methi leaves and carom seeds, both of which are excellent aroma and flavour boosters. Methi has a very unique flavour, which is slightly bitter but very pleasing to the palate... it is the kind of flavou ....
Goto Page: 1 2 

Top Recipes

Reviews