Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.

Carom seeds or ajwain seeds are rich in fiber, minerals, vitamins, and antioxidants. They can be consumed raw, like chewing raw seeds, boil in water or add in tea helps in maintaining the digestive system.

This September month I am participating in a month-long blogging marathon of A-Z Indian Flatbreads hosted by Srivalli with many bloggers. Feeling pretty excited as it is my first time of everyday blogging. Moreover, we all are happy at home as I am going to cook new flatbreads every day. In this A-Z series, I chose A-Ajwain Paratha which is commonly made in every Indian kitchen. After a long time, I cooked it from scratch. Generally, I make these with leftover dough.Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.

This paratha goes very well with any dal or gravy. Enjoy ajwain paratha with Gajar Matar Sabji, Lauki Chana Dal, Rasedar aloo gobhi or Achari bhindi. You can also serve with lentils like Panchmel dal, Urad dal tadka or Dal palak to name a few.

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Ajwain added in simple whole wheat flour along with ghee (clarified butter) and salt, all it takes to make these easy ajwain parathas. Adding carom seeds makes a prominent taste to parathas. So let see how to make this Indian flatbread Ajwain Paratha.Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.

Ajwain Paratha | Indian Bread With Carom Seed

Ingredient                                                                            5 Paratha

1 Cup whole wheat flour
2 Tsp ghee (clarified butter)
1/2 Tsp ajwain (carom seed)
Warm water to make a dough
3/4 Tsp salt
Oil to fry

Method

  1. Take a mixing bowl and combine flour, ghee, salt and ajwain seed.
  2. Make a soft dough using warm water. Add a little water after using a half cup. Keep it aside for 10 minutes.
  3. Heat a griddle on medium flame.
  4. Divide the dough into equal parts. I could make 5 parathas with this quantity.Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.
  5. Roll out a portion in 6″ circle. Apply a little ghee and shape in a triangle. (First, fold the circle into a half circle, then again fold it to make a quarter circle.)
  6. Now roll this triangle into 6″ paratha and place it on the heated griddle.
  7. Cook on both side by applying oil or ghee. Cook until golden brown.Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.
  8. Serve hot ajwain paratha with any of your favorite company like curd, pickle, tea or potato sabji and enjoy.

Note

  1. Use oil if not comfortable using ghee.
  2.  This paratha is very simple and easy.
  3. Normally in ajwain paratha, we don’t add any other ingredient as ajwain itself has a strong taste.

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Pin for laterAjwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.

Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.
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Ajwain Paratha Recipe | Carom Seed Paratha | How To Make Ajwain Paratha

Ajwain paratha is a simple Indian flatbread served with curry, dal or simply pair up with curd or pickle. Even you can have them with tea which makes a perfect combo altogether. Apart from ajwain paratha, you can make ajwain poori and ajwain roti with the same dough. They are great for breakfast or dinner and lunch.

Course Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Keyword ajwain paratha, carom seed Indian flatbread, carom seed paratha, Indian bread, Indian flatbread
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 5 Paratha
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 Tsp ghee (clarified butter)
  • 1/2 Tsp ajwain (carom seed)
  • Warm water to make a dough
  • 3/4 Tsp salt
  • Oil to fry

Instructions

  1. Take a mixing bowl and combine flour, ghee, salt and ajwain seed.

  2. Make a soft dough using warm water. Add a little water after using a half cup. Keep it aside for 10 minutes.

  3. Heat a griddle on medium flame.

  4. Divide the dough into equal parts. I could make 5 parathas with this quantity.

  5. Roll out a portion in 6″ circle. Apply a little ghee and shape in a triangle. (First, fold the circle into a half circle, then again fold it to make a quarter circle.)

  6. Now roll this triangle into 6″ paratha and place it on the heated griddle.

  7. Cook on both side by applying oil or ghee. Cook until golden brown.

  8. Serve hot ajwain paratha with any of your favorite company like curd, pickle, tea or potato sabji and enjoy.

Recipe Notes

  1. Use oil if not comfortable using ghee.
  2.  This paratha is very simple and easy.
  3. Normally in ajwain paratha, we don't add any other ingredient as ajwain itself has a strong taste.

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12 thoughts on “Ajwain Paratha Recipe | Carom Seed Paratha | How To Make Ajwain Paratha”

  1. Am a crazy fan of triangle parathas since my childhood, i dunno still y and how,. Lovely ajwain parathas, just love adding ajwain seeds in most of my parathas, just prefect to finish my dinner with all those fingerlicking side dishes. Lovely start Bhawana, keep rocking gal.

  2. You reminded me of my nanni (maternal grandma). She used to make this paratha that too in triangular shape and whenever I used to go there, it used to be our breakfast everyday with a cup of tea…perfect for tiffin

  3. Such healthy and delicious looking paratha’s this are. Light on the tummy too. We make this quite often specially when we do not have any vegetable along side.

  4. Welcome to the Mega Marathon Bhawana. I’m sure you’ll love it and then wouldn’t be able to resist joining the others. I love ajwainor jeera flavored parathas and make it a point to include either in the dough every time I make parathas. Would love to have your paratha with some tea right now.

  5. Those ajwain parathas are looking so inviting and nicely done!..I frequently add ajwain to our chapatis and is so healthy!..looking forward to your dishes letters!

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