Cook's Hideout: Restaurant style Mughlai Paratha

April 21, 2011

Restaurant style Mughlai Paratha

Today I have a restaurant style Mughlai paratha, it sounds pretty fancy and exotic, but it doesn’t need any special ingredients except for some yogurt and cream cheese. Recipe courtesy India curry and I followed it pretty much to the T.

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What did I learn: Restaurant style Parathas CAN BE MADE AT HOME.

Atta (Chapati Flour) – 1 cup
All purpose Flour – 2 cups
Salt – 1tsp
Ghee – 1½ tbsp
Cilantro – ¼ cup, finely chopped
Yogurt – ¾ cup
Cream cheese – ¾ cup, softened (I used whipped cream cheese which doesn’t have to be softened since it’s already whipped)

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  • Sift atta, all purpose flour and salt.
  • Add ghee and rub into the flour and mix until it resembles crumbs.
  • Add cilantro and mix well.
  • Blend yogurt and cream cheese into a smooth past and add to the flour mixture.
  • Add water as needed and mix to form smooth dough. Knead for at least 5 minutes. I used my stand mixer to knead and it came out perfect.
  • Cover the dough with damp paper towel or kitchen towel and rest for about 1 hour.
  • Divide the dough into 8-10 equal parts.
  • Roll each dough into 6” round or oval discs and cook them on hot skillet (tawa) until brown spots are formed on both sides, brush with ghee while cooking if desired.
Paneer Kofta Curry

Serve with your favorite restaurant style curry. I served paneer kofta curry and simple peas pulao on the side to make a truly restaurant style dinner.

Lets see what my fellow marathoners BM#4 have been cooking up today.

Diabetes Diet/Management: Kamalika, Smitha, Suma
Kid Friendly Recipes: Anusha, Cool Lassi(e)
Seven Days of Soup: Priya Suresh
Seven Days of Indian Bread: Jayasree
Seven Days of Cakes:Priya Vasu
Seven Days of Preserves: Gayathri Kumar, Vaishali
30 Minutes Meals: Priya Mahadevan, Srivalli



  1. wow! never used cream cheese in chapati flour. interesting..

  2. Arey wah! The entire thali looks delectable and plenty tempting!!!!

  3. tempting paratha!....just pass me the paratha with that dinner will be all set!
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

  4. All the dishes look delectable as Priya said. The parathas look so soft and you don't need any more BMs to perfect your rotis I guess. :)

  5. The addition of cream cheese in a paratha? Its totally new. I didn't know one can do that..lovely designer paratha.. :)

  6. Thanks for you sweet comments Pavani, To answer your question, I just like to think outside the box and explore and push the limits - heck I have no boss telling me what I should work on and worst case scenario, it's an experiment gone bad (believe me I've had a few of those) and brush that aside and move on to the next brainwave - :))

  7. wud love to visit this interesting restaurant...lovely food served here....

  8. wow pavani for all you said you are making parathas as a pro...the entire set up looks very inviting and pleasing that koftas too..I agree with Suma..:)

  9. Very inviting and delicious paratha, would love to finish that whole platter..

  10. Paratha looks so nice. The combo is making me very hungry..

  11. Very nice recipe.. looks perfect.. thanks for sharing !!
    Indian Cuisine

  12. Adding cream cheese is new to me.Must make the parathas very soft.

  13. Thanks for the idea, never used cream cheese for making rotis. Lovely work, very tempting pictures.

  14. The entire platter looks mouthwatering...Truly restaurant style recreated at home.

  15. Very tempting platter!!!! Paratha's look very very soft!!!!


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