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Cheese Paratha

Simple and easy Cheese Paratha...Kids will love this simple cheese paratha.

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Now back to this recipe, its a simple cheese paratha, an easy to make recipe. Cheese is filled inside whole wheat roti and rolled to perfection, cooked with a drizzle of ghee/oil....

This paratha is an excellent lunchbox meal for kids, it is very filling and powerpacked...

Author: Nisa Homey.

Please click here for detailed step by step tutorial for making roti/Indian flat bread.
Whole wheat flour: 1 1/2 cups.
Water: As needed.
Salt a fat pinch.
Ghee/oil: 1 tsp.

For the filling:
Processed Cheese: 3-4 cubes, I used Amul cheese.
Again ghee/oil for drizzling.

Bring the cheese to room temp, grate, and keep aside.

Mix flour, water, salt to make into a dough. Knead the dough with 1 tsp of ghee. Pinch off medium sized balls from the dough and keep aside. Note that the balls should be slightly bigger than your ordinary roti balls.

Take a ball and make a well.

Fill 2 tsp of cheese in it.

Close the ball as shown in the picture.

Then place it on to the flat bread stone and sprinkle a bit of whole wheat flour.

With flour greased hand/fingertip....lightly press the dough into round.

Flip over and press again.....lightly.

Now with your rolling pin, roll into a flat but not too thin disc, taking care not to break the surface; we do not want the cheese filling to come will defiantly stick to the hot tawa and burn...

Put it gently on the heated tawa, drizzle a bit of ghee/oil and flip it over.

Again after 1 min flip it over....drizzle a bit of ghee/oil.

One last flip and its ready.

Serve hot with raita, tomato sauce.


Note: For a spicy version; add chopped onion, green chilly, a fat pinch of pepper powder, coriander leaves, and a pinch of chat masala into the grated cheese, mix and fill the parathas....I prefer the simpler version, so I stick on to  it.

Suggested curries/side dish:
Punjabi Aloo-Gobi 
Punjabi Aloo-Baigan Masala Curry.


  1. wow...irresistable paratha...can't wait to try your tempting version nisa..;)

  2. Very yummy recipe! I would love to eat the spicy version of this paratha!

  3. Very yummm & inviting!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  4. My kid's favourite,he just love this parathas.

  5. who don't like cheese and in paratha , heaven.

  6. Looks so yum n tempting ...nice click

  7. These parathas are making me hungry now...will try this sometime soon...

  8. Delicious and easy to make parathas :)

  9. Oh these look SO GOOD!! You do make parathas look so easy to make. I really need to start making them. I love the incorporation of cheese!

  10. I followed this recipe and the parathas turned out great! They puffed too! (my chapatis don't puff most of the time :P) .. Husband loved it! Thanks!

    1. Anon-Hey that is wonderful news....I am so glad that it came out perfect for you and you made my day....thank u for sticking to my recipe and for reading my post....coz i always speak out each and every trick and tip and stuffs that I have noticed which make a recipe successful for me...keep connected and have a great day.

  11. m gona try in tomorw itself as i find it very yummy n easy....thnx for posting it..!!!!

  12. i just now tried it and da taste was awesome ......but da paratha did not puff..!!!

  13. That's awesome!! I will cook it today :).weekend special!!

  14. I hv a suggestion - if Black pepper freshly ground or the market one is added to the cheese the cheese paratha will taste even better !

  15. Your recipe was very easy to follow & within no time the yummy parathas were ready. It turned out real great though it did not puff much. Thanks a lot for the recipe.

    1. So glad you enjoyed the parathas and thanks for stopping by with the feedback!


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