Onion Paratha / Pyaz Ka Paratha

Onion Paratha / Pyaz Ka Paratha

Onion Paratha, with loads of onion and green chillies is a regular in my home during summers. If nothing else, served with just coriander mint chutney and a slice of mango, makes a perfect breakfast that my whole family loves to gorge on.

Onion paratha

My daughter is so fond of this paratha that if I have made some curry/sabzi, she doesn’t like, she’ll always demand for onion paratha and will eat happily with malai or sweet mango chutney. Now, with this paratha is so loved by my family, how is it possible that I won’t include in my list of parathas/flatbreads that I’m going to present in Mega Marathon with theme Flatbreads and more.

Here is my version of Onion Paratha for the 15th day of marathon under letter ‘O’….

Onion paratha

A. Achari Poori

B. Bedmi Poori

C. Chana Paratha

D. Dahi Dhapate

E. Eggplant Parartha

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F. Farali Mixed Veg Paratha

G. Gobi Paratha

H. Haryana Special Aloo Bajre Ki Roti

I. Imli Paratha

J. Jaloda Rotti

K. Koki Masala Roti

L. Lehsunia Naan

M. Makai Mooli Paratha

N. Nariyal Wali Meethi Roti

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Onion Paratha / Pyaz Ka Paratha
Onion paratha
Prep Time 15 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
For Dough
Prep Time 15 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 15 min
Servings
Ingredients
For Dough
Onion paratha
Instructions
  1. In a bowl take all the ingredients of dough and add water to knead a smooth dough. Apply some oil and keep aside for 15 minutes.
  2. Pinch out some dough and roll into a ball. Dust the ball with some flour and roll into a chapati.
    Onion paratha
  3. Apply some butter or oil and fold to form a square.
  4. Roll into a square shaped paratha.
  5. Transfer to the hot griddle and cook on both sides applying oil till golden brown.
  6. Serve hot with malai, butter, curd or chutney.
    Onion paratha
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14 thoughts on “Onion Paratha / Pyaz Ka Paratha

  1. Hi Ritu,
    My first time at your blog and it’s filled with so many yumm recipes …really! I’m not too good at making rotis ( don’t have the patience to be exact 😉 )so mostly end up buying frozen parathas in all kinds of fillings and my kids and family loves them. This Onion paratha looks pretty easy to make…and i will try them one day.
    Hope to see you around 🙂
    -Manju

  2. This paratha happens to be my rescue paratha every time I do not like what has been cooked !
    Beautifully made , one of the best paratha ‘s I have seen and just perfect for the alphabet .

  3. Awesome paratha Ritu. Since childhood, this has been my choice when it is nonveg at home for the others..my special treat for the day..your onion parathas look so sinful and your daughter must have enjoyed!

  4. cool. same pinch dear. I too made with adding some bell peppers. Onion paratha I usually make with leftover dough. My quick fix breakfast item. Such a tasty and flavorful paratha, you don’t need anything with it.

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