Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha. Paratha is the staple breakfast in India especially in North India, if you get bored of regular parathas then such mixed flour parathas come handy. Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha.Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.

Wholewheat flour, rice flour, chickpea flour, jowar, bajra, oats flour, millet flours all have got their place in every kitchen these days. Any of the combinations out of these flours can make this multigrain paratha. I made this based on the availability of the flours at the time cooking.

These parathas are a great choice for breakfast to start the day with such healthy paratha, for kids it is great. Served them fresh, with time paratha becomes dry.

Chutney” or “raita” will go well with this multigrain paratha. You can check more paratha recipe under “Indian Flatbread“.

You may also like Stuffed Parathas

Gobhi Paratha
Aloo Paratha
Peas Paratha
Mooli Paratha
Pudina Paratha

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To make this low calories multigrain paratha I used whole wheat flour, oats flour, ragi flour and bajra flour in equal amount. Added some chopped onion, green coriander, cumin seed powder, kitchen king powder, and chili flakes. This recipe can be easily scaled up as per the requirement. So let see how to make this nutritious and healthy breakfast paratha recipe, multigrain paratha.Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha.Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.

Multigrain Paratha Recipe

Ingredient                                                          5 Paratha

Wholewheat flour 1/4 cup
Oats flour 1/4 cup
Ragi flour 1/4 cup
Bajra flour 1/4 cup
1 Medium size onion chopped finely
1 Tsp cumin seed powder
1/2 tsp red chili flakes (optional)
1/2 Tsp kitchen king powder
1Tsp salt
1/2 Tsp coriander powder
Handful green coriander chopped finely
Water to knead the dough
Oil for cooking

Method

  1. First of all, combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Slowly add the water and make a soft dough.
  2. Here adding water gradually is the key. If by chance flour gets wet too much then add oats flour and knead further. No need to rest the dough.
  3. Heat a griddle on medium flame.
  4. Divide the dough into equal portions. I made 5 parathas with this quantity.Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha.Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.
  5. Dust the rolling surface and the dough ball. Roll one portion into 5-6″ circle. Do not worry if onion comes out, just stick them back.
  6. Place it on the hot griddle. Flip it on another side after a few seconds.Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha.Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.
  7. Apply oil and cook from both sides until golden brown.
  8. Repeat this process with the rest of the dough balls.
  9. Healthy and nutritious multigrain parathas are ready to serve with raita or curd. It goes very well with tea.

Note

  1. To make this paratha use any flours available at home. Multigrain paratha is not limited to this specific recipe.
  2. Use water carefully while kneading.
  3. You can add vegetables too like grated carrot, lauki (bottle gourd), cabbage and cauliflower to make it more nutritious and healthy.

Multigrain Paratha is my entry for the letter M in A to Z Indian flatbreads

A- Ajwain Paratha
B- Besan Paratha
C- Cheela (Kuttu Ka Cheela)
D- Dosa (Vrat Ka Dosa)
E- Elaichi Roti (cheeni roti)
F- Farali Paratha Kuttu Ka Bherwa Paratha
G- Gajar Ka Paratha (carrot paratha)
H- Hara Pyaz Ka Paratha (spring onion paratha)
I- Indori Sev Paratha(Bhujiya Paratha)
J- Jain Khakhra
K- Kerala Parotta or Malabar Parotta
L- Lifafa Paratha(palak paneer lifafa paratha)

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Multigrain Paratha | Healthy Multigrain Paratha Recipe For Breakfast

Multigrain paratha as the name says includes the different grains flour in equal quantity and then make roti or paratha.Multigrain paratha is low calories nutritious Indian flatbread with loads of nutrients depending on which flour combination you have.

Course Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Keyword breakfast recipe, healthy and nutritious multigrain paratha, Indian flatbread, multigrain paratha
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Servings 5 Parathas
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • Wholewheat flour 1/4 cup
  • Oats flour 1/4 cup
  • Ragi flour 1/4 cup
  • Bajra flour 1/4 cup
  • 1 Medium size onion chopped finely
  • 1 Tsp cumin seed powder
  • 1/2 tsp red chili flakes (optional)
  • 1/2 Tsp kitchen king powder
  • 1Tsp salt
  • 1/2 Tsp coriander powder
  • Handful green coriander chopped finely
  • Water to knead the dough
  • Oil for cooking

Instructions

  1. First of all, combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Slowly add the water and make a soft dough.

  2. Here adding water gradually is the key. If by chance flour gets wet too much then add oats flour and knead further. No need to rest the dough.

  3. Heat a griddle on medium flame.

    Divide the dough into equal portions. I made 5 parathas with this quantity.

  4. Dust the rolling surface and the dough ball. Roll one portion into 5-6″ circle. Do not worry if onion comes out, just stick them back.

  5. Place it on the hot griddle. Flip it on another side after a few seconds.

  6. Apply oil and cook from both sides until golden brown.

    Repeat this process with the rest of the dough balls.

  7. Healthy and nutritious multigrain parathas are ready to serve with raita or curd. It goes very well with tea.

Recipe Notes

  1. To make this paratha use any flours available at home. Multigrain paratha is not limited to this specific recipe.
  2. Use water carefully while kneading.
  3. You can add vegetables too like grated carrot, lauki (bottle gourd), cabbage and cauliflower to make it more nutritious and healthy.

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21 thoughts on “Multigrain Paratha | Healthy Multigrain Paratha Recipe For Breakfast”

  1. Wonderful and healthy stuffing for Lifafa paratha, and am sure this paratha will definitely my kids. Lifafa paratha looks prefect to grab and gp to have anytime of the day. Delicious parathas there.

  2. Paratha with multi grains sounds really healthy and delicious . Mixing different grains would naturally give us the benefit of each grain . Adding herbs and spices would make it more flavor and the paratha can be enjoyed on its own . Multi grains parathas look perfectly made and are a great share and pick for the alphabet M .

  3. Parathas with different flours looks so healthy, on that addition of herbs and spice makes it more healthy and interesting . Just want to grab them with some tea now.

  4. A healthy start to the day is what keeps the family fit. I love using multi grained flour for my daily parathas and rotis. Since we don’t get ready mixed flour, I mix my own at home and you’re right there are limits to which kind of flour we can add to it.

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