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Winners
  • Dhapate
    1st Prize
    Cook time 30 mins

    Dhapate is a traditional flatbread from Maharastrian cuisine. We can say It is a cousin of thalipeeth.wheanever you have no sabjis at home you can easily make this tasty dhapate without any hassle.

  • Rajasthani Khoba Roti
    1st Prize
    Cook time 25 mins

    The word 'khoba' means indentation or cavity and that is how these rotis are prepared. This Indian bread truly unravels the mystery of the vast desert expanse. They are best cooked in a gas tandoor but an ordinary g over gas will give you equally good results, if cooked over a slow flame. Serve hot!

  • Neypathil or Neypathiri
    2nd Prize
    Cook time 30 mins

    Neypathil is a traditional bread from the Malabar region of Kerala. This deep fried bread is made of par boiled rice and rice flour. The dough is spiced with fennel seeds, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon and lots more. This is often paired with spicy chicken, mutton, beef or egg curry.

  • Bakarkhani
    2nd Prize
    Cook time 10 mins

    Kashmiri delicacy – a thick roti with biscuit like texture.

  • Dibba Rotti
    2nd Prize
    Cook time 15 mins

    Dibba rotti is an age old recipe made using urad dal and rice ravva that is commonly served for breakfast. Homemade rice ravva adds more of rustic feel to its taste and crunch.

  • Rajasthani Mogar Roti/Moongadi
    Wild Card
    Cook time 15 mins

    Mogar roti is extremely crispy, you may carry these while travelling, they stay perfect for a long time. Slow cooking the rotis gives it a crispy texture, serve along with pickle or simply with a spicy curry. Since these rotis are very crispy, you can munch them as snacks also.

  • Ubbu Roti (Puffed Rice Roti)
    Wild Card
    Cook time 15 mins

    The name ubbu means puffed in tamil. It is a traditional snack which we make during our local (Amman) festival. This secret behind the amazing taste is from the fresh batter with fresh spices. So try to make it fresh, if not possible you can refrigerate for a day but not more than that.

  • Mughlai Kheema Paratha
    Wild Card
    Cook time 15 mins

    Mughlai Kheema Paratha is a paratha where minced mutton is cooked in spices and filled with eggs in Indian Flat Bread to shape a thick fat square packet and served with tangy mint and coriander chutney. Best for any festival or special occasions! Serve Mughlai Kheema Paratha along with Dhaniya Pudina Chutney and Boondi Raita for a weekend lunch or dinner.

  • Ragi lace dosa
    Wild Card
    Cook time 15 mins

    Ragi is very healthy food. If we can include ragi in our every day diet, it helps us to stay healthy. It has lot of calcium and keeps our body healthy and fit. Usually, everyone drinks early in the morning with jaggery mixed ragi drink. To have it in solid diet form, we can have ragi idli or ragi dosa too. I am sharing a simple recipe for ragi lace dosa.

  • Akki Roti (Karnataka Style)
    Wild Card
    Cook time 30 mins

    Akki Roti (Karnataka Style) is very popular Karnataka Breakfast, can be served with any type of chutney or with chicken curry. It makes a very healthy and filling breakfast. I have made it in little different way to get a perfect round shape. This roti can be even cooked with raw rice flour but you need a bit of more hard work to roll the roti. This method will give you perfect round shape roti and it solves the purpose of eating akki roti..

  • Tingmo ( Tibetan Bread From The hills of Sikkim)
    Wild Card
    Cook time 60 mins

    Tingmo is a traditional tibetan bread and belongs to my native state Sikkim.

All Entries
  • Checkered Paratha
    Cook time 5 mins

    Acolorful and a nutritious bread

  • Onion Uthappam
    Cook time 20 mins

    Open the fridge in any Tamilian household and 80% chances are that you'll find idli batter ;). It is the most convenient thing to have around as idlis, dosas and uthappams can be had at any time of the day or night. Here is the recipe which is actually a three in one as one batter can make all 3 forms... idli, dosa and uthappam.

  • Sojjappam
    Cook time 20 mins

    Sooji Halwa Stuffed In Puri

  • Peshwari Naan
    Cook time 15 mins

    Peshwari Naan is one of popular traditional flat breads of india baked in Tandoor. It is a type of naan where it is fully filled with dry fruits like almonds, cashews, dates and raisins.The word naan is derived from persian word nan which means bread. In Afghanistan, Tandoor was used as a community oven where people would come with a dough and nan waee ( naan baker) would bake for some fee. The traditional naans were seen in Teardrop shape. But actually naan got this shape because of slapping a round ball of dough onto the hot surface of outside the oven. Due to the soft pillow kind of dough, the dough would come down and finally tear drop shape would result. This dry fruits naan is very delicious and healthy too. I

  • Hare Chane Ki Tanduri Pan Roti
    Cook time 5 mins

    Everyone likes tanduri roties or nan. But in today's busy life people have no time to make at home.So I tried it in a pan. Its nice crispy and tasty

  • Taftan
    Cook time 15 mins

    Soft bread famous in Awadh.

  • Tingmo ( Tibetan Bread From The hills of Sikkim)
    Cook time 60 mins

    Tingmo is a traditional tibetan bread and belongs to my native state Sikkim.

  • Khasta Kachuri
    Cook time 10 mins

    Crispy, tummy happy snacks. Khasta means super crispy

  • Luchi
    Cook time 30 mins

    Deep fried and much loved Bengali bread. made with all-purpose flour, salt and ghee/oil.

  • Rice Roti ( Rice Pancakes)
    Cook time 5 mins

    Power packed flatbread. Needs no fermentation.

  • Makki Bathua Paranthha
    Cook time 6 mins

    Makke ka parantha with the goodness of chenopodium leaves really tastes different. Please give a try.

  • Taftan
    Cook time 10 mins

    Taftan bread is very soft, fluffy and milky , topped with sesame.

  • Ghee Dosa
    Cook time 5 mins

    Popularly called as "Tuppada dosa" in Karnataka. Very tasty and crispy. Keeps one craving for more.

  • Aloo Paratha
    Cook time 20 mins

    Soft paratha with spiced potato stuffing. Another popular staple food which can be served as a breakfast or as a main course.

  • Parsley And Mint Paratha
    Cook time 15 mins

    Easy and healthy paratha for breakfast .

  • Sheermal
    Cook time 10 mins

    Sheermal is the common delicacy of Awadhi cuisine which was influenced by Mughlai kitchens. It has similarities towards Persian saffron bread. It is mildly sweet flat bread common in Lucknow and Hyderabad .

  • Lachha Methi Thepla
    Cook time 5 mins

    Authentic methi ka thepla in lachha paranthha style goes well with any Indian curry or Raita. Winter special.

  • Coconut Dosa
    Cook time 2 mins

    A traditional dish from Odisha. This is another variety of dosa which is easy and tasty

  • Moong Dal Pancake With Paneer Potato Stuffing
    Cook time 40 mins

    Moong daal pancake or cheela is a very popular Indian light bread that can be served for breakfast or for any meal

  • Rajasthani Pyaaj Ki Kachori
    Cook time 45 mins

    Pyaaj ki kachori is a traditional Rajasthani fried bread with spicy onion filling I followed the recipe of Tarla dalal.

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