Cheese garlic paratha

Hey friends! Cheese garlic paratha is very easy to make and tasty also. You can serve it with any vegetable curry or just plain with curd or pickle for breakfast, it is quite versatile. So lets get cooking…


Processed cheese (grated) – 200 grams

Onion (finely chopped) – 1 large

Capsicum (finely chopped) – 1 small

Garlic (grated) – 1 tbsp

Ginger paste – 1 tsp

Chili flakes – 1 tbsp

Oregano – 1 tbsp

Green chili paste – 1 tsp

Wheat flour – 1 cup

All purpose flour/Maida – 1/2 cup

Salt as per taste

Water for kneading (approximately 1/2 to 3/4 cup)

Oil for greasing the paratha


1) In a bowl take the cheese to this add the chili flakes, oregano, ginger paste, garlic, onion, capsicum and salt and mix it all together with a spoon.

2) Now add the wheat flour and all purpose flour/maida to this and bind into a semi hard dough using the water. Make small balls out of this dough.

3) Roll the balls using flour into round parathas. On a tawa, cook the paratha on both sides on medium flame, using oil to grease till brown spots appear. Serve hot.

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I am a lawyer by profession but love to cook. Being a foodie myself I keep trying variations with my recipes. My blog is all about my experiments and experience with food. You can follow me on instagram, twitter and facebook all having handles alawyerskitchen. I am also on the food reviewer panel with GoToChef, which is the perfect platform to check out reviews on various food products and also find recipes using the same. You can also find me on blogchatter
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