Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Biologically known as Echinochloa colona, sama rice is also known with different names in different places, in Gujarati, it is called Samo or Moriyo, in Marathi, it is called Bhagar or varicha tandul, in Hindi, it is called as Mordhan or sawa ka chawal or Samay ke chawal or Samak, samo, swang ke chawal. It keeps you full during fasting days and gives you energy.

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Rajgira Paratha(falahari paratha)
Sama rice kheer

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Sama rice paratha can be prepared with storebought sama rice flour or you can make it at home. Just grind it till fine powder.  Sieve it to remove grainy particles or simply use it. Add boiled potato, grated carrot, green coriander, salt, and cumin seed powder. Knead and roll vrat ka paratha. So let see how to make this gluten-free vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha

Ingredient                                                                8 Paratha

1 Cup sama rice flour
1 Medium size carrot grated
2 Medium size boiled potato
Handful green coriander chopped finely
1 Tsp cumin seed powder
1 Green chili chopped finely
1/2 Tsp red chili powder
Sendha Namak or rock salt as per taste

Method

  1. First of all boil potatoes and mashed properly. There should not be any lump in mashed potato.
  2. In a mixing bowl gather all the ingredients and combine them together. Do not add water.
  3. Mashed potato is enough to bind everything and make a dough.
  4. Now divide the dough into equal parts and start rolling them gently. Since it is gluten-free it is very difficult to roll, I used parchment paper and patted with hands.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
  5. Dust with dry flour time to time. Do not worry if paratha breaks from sides. Seal it and pat again with the help of dry flour.
  6. Heat a tava or skillet and place the paratha on it. Cook in medium heat. Keep flipping till it gets brown color in both sides. Apply little oil on both sides and cook.
  7. Once both sides cooked properly take it on the paper towel. Repeat the same process with the rest of the dough ball.Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.
  8. Serve this vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha hot with curd or falahari sabji.

Note

  1. Make paratha as soon as possible. Keeping it for longer makes this dough watery.
  2. It breaks a lot but just seals it and keep patting.

Vrat Ka Paratha or Sama Rice Paratha is my entry for the letter V 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)
M- Multigrain Paratha
N- Nachini Pizza Paratha
O- Onion Capsicum Paratha
P- Paneer Paratha
Q- Quinoa Roti or Quinoa Flatbread
R- Rajgira Paratha
S- Soya Kheema Paratha
T- Tofu Paratha
U- Urad Dal Poori or Bedmi Poori

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Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha | Barnyard Millet Flatbread | Gluten-Free

Vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha is easy and low calories fasting or upvas recipe. This is prepared on fasting days including Navratri, Ekadshi, Janamashtmi. Sama rice paratha is very nutritious, healthy, filling and gluten-free.

Course Breakfast, Main Course
Cuisine Indian
Keyword fasting recipe, Indian flatbread, navratri fasting recipe, sama rice paratha, swang ke chawal ka paratha, vrat ka paratha
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 8 Paratha
Author code2cook

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup sama rice flour
  • 1 Medium size carrot grated
  • 2 Medium size boiled potato
  • Handful green coriander chopped finely
  • 1 Tsp cumin seed powder
  • 1 Green chili chopped finely
  • 1/2 Tsp red chili powder
  • Sendha Namak or rock salt as per taste

Instructions

  1. First of all boil potatoes and mashed properly. There should not be any lump in mashed potato.

  2. In a mixing bowl gather all the ingredients and combine them together. Do not add water.

  3. Mashed potato is enough to bind everything and make a dough.

  4. Now divide the dough into equal parts and start rolling them gently. Since it is gluten-free it is very difficult to roll, I used parchment paper and patted with hands.

  5. Dust with dry flour time to time. Do not worry if paratha breaks from sides. Seal it and pat again with the help of dry flour.

  6. Heat a tava or skillet and place the paratha on it. Cook in medium heat. Keep flipping till it gets brown color in both sides. Apply little oil on both sides and cook.

  7. Once both sides cooked properly take it on the paper towel. Repeat the same process with the rest of the dough ball.

  8. Serve this vrat ka paratha or sama rice paratha hot with curd or falahari sabji.

Recipe Notes

  1. Make paratha as soon as possible. Keeping it for longer makes this dough watery.
  2. It breaks a lot but just seals it and keep patting.

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24 thoughts on “Vrat Ka Paratha | Sama Rice Paratha | Barnyard Millet Flatbread | Gluten-Free”

  1. Wow, sama rice paratha thats seriously very brilliant Bhawana, how pretty and healthy those parathas looks. Its quite a hard task to make prefect parathas like this with sama rice flour na. Well done yaar.

  2. Sama rice flour is probably a hard to find for me but I was thinking I can cook the sama grain and work with that. what say you? but fasting or not this is a nutritious one.

  3. That’s a lovely colourful and healthy paratha . It might be a fasting speciality but I am sure there’s absolutely no reason why we can’t enjoy it on other days . Excellent pick , the paratha surely is very filling too and can suffice as a complete meal .

  4. This sama rice paratha looks very crisp. Potato and carrot must have made it very soft and tasty. Though we consume it during fasting but why to wait till navratri for this delicious paratha, can make it any time

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