The choice for the letter I was made as soon I started making the list for flat breads. I chose Irulli which is Onion in Kannada. I did have choices like Imli [Tamarind] but I was not sure of the recipe so I decided to stick with Irulli.

I made this around tea time today as that was the time I was a bit free to cook and click. I served this to mom and dad and both seemed to enjoy the piping hot parathas. Then I decided to make this for dinner as well as the kids will also like it.

The onion shunning dude happily munched his way through dinner and acclaimed it to be the yummiest paratha he has eaten so far!!


With so much of welcome and  appreciation, I am sure I will be making this more often.

This Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe is very simple and easy. All you need is a stuffing of finely chopped onion and a few spices.

It is very filling and can be had for breakfast / dinner and even with a cup of tea. It requires no special side dish.We had it with yogurt and the lil one had it as such, telling me that the filling itself was tasty enough to be had without a side dish! And these words coming from him really means he enjoyed the meal!Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

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Step by step method to prepare Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Take the whole wheat flour in a bowl and add salt and mix well.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Add water little by little and knead to a smooth ,non sticky dough.Add oil and knead one more ,cover and keep aside.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Take finely chopped onion and coriander in a bowl. Add red chili powder and a little salt. Put in nigella seeds/kalonji and mix well.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Take a golf sized ball of dough and flatten it a little. Place a tablespoon of filling in the center and bring the edges together.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Roll out into a 4*-5″ diameter circle dusting a little flour. Cook on a hot griddle till brown spots appear on both sides.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Serve with a side of your choice.

Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

Note:

  • You can use ajwain / cumin instead of Kalonji /Nigella seeds
  • Garam masala / pav bhaji masala etc can be used instead of red chili powder.

Here is how to make Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

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Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe

A delicious onion stuffed paratha

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Indian
Author: PJ
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Whole wheat flour
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 tablespoon Oil
  • For stuffing:
  • 2 numbers Onion, finely chopped
  • A handful Chopped coriander leaves
  • 1/2 teaspoon Red chili powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon Kalonji /Nigella seeds
  • A pinch Salt
Instructions
  1. Take the whole wheat flour in a bowl and add salt and mix well.

  2. Add water little by little and knead to a smooth ,non sticky dough.Add oil and knead one more ,cover and keep aside.

  3. Take finely chopped onion and coriander in a bowl. Add red chili powder and a little salt. Put in nigella seeds and mix well.

  4. Take a golf sized ball of dough and flatten it a little. Place a tablespoon of filling in the center and bring the edges together.

  5. Roll out into a 4*-5" diameter circle dusting a little flour. Cook on a hot griddle till brown spots appear on both sides.

  6. Serve with a side of your choice.

Recipe Notes
  • You can use ajwain / cumin instead of Kalonji /Nigella seeds
  • Garam masala / pav bhaji masala etc can be used instead of red chili powder.

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7 thoughts on “Irulli Chapathi | Pyaaz ka Paratha Recipe”

  1. With all the spices and onion in the paratha, you don’t even need a gravy to the side. I love onion in rotis and parathas. They give an amazing crunch and flavour. No wonder kiddo loved it..

  2. A wonderful and easy filling for a tasty paratha. Till now I had not used onion to stuff in parathas except for aloo parathas. For this marathon have used onions for so many flatbreads and it tastes awesome.. adding a different kind of flavor to the parathas.

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