I usually add oats flour to whole wheat flour while kneading the dough for Roti / paratha.So when I chose to make something with Oats for the alphabet O, I wanted to make it a little different and not like the usual Roti.

My original plan was to make Obattu, the traditional way, but I was not in a mood make something elaborate and settled for this one.

I had some mint chutney that I made this morning and that found its way into this Paratha.I added a little bit of flaxseeds, poppy seeds and chia seeds as topping to add an interesting twist to the plain looking paratha.


This paratha does not need a side dish and is good to be packed in lunch boxes or to be taken along during travel. We had this with coffee and it was quite filling.

I am making some more for dinner tonight and I am sure my folks will not complain!

So,while I was making this one, Lil Angel too wanted to try her hand in making parathas.She keenly watched what I did and tried out a mini version of the same. I was so happy to see her take interest in cooking.She happily distributed the one she made to all at home and was so proud that she too cooked!!

Step by step method to prepare Oats-Chutney Paratha Recipe

Take wheat flour, oats, salt in a bowl. Mix well and add water little by little and knead into a smooth dough.Add oil and knead once again. Cover and set aside for 10-15 minutes.

Pinch out 2 equal sized portions of dough and roll out into 2 circles of the same size. On one circle spread mint chutney [or any chutney of your choice] and cover it up with the other circle.Seal the edges and brush the top with water. Sprinkle flax seeds, poppy seeds and chia seeds.

Press it down so that they stick to the dough.Cook on a heated griddle till brown spots appear on both sides. Remove from griddle and serve.

The seeds on top give a crunchy texture to the paratha.Serve with buttermilk / tea / coffee.

Note:

  • Use any chutney of your choice
  • Adding seeds on top is optional but it gives a crunchy texture to the paratha.
  • I used black poppy seeds

Here is what you need to preapre Oats-Chutney Paratha Recipe

5 from 6 votes
Oats-Chutney Paratha Recipe

Healthy oats paratha with a chutney filling and topped with crunchy seeds

Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Indian
Author: PJ
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup Oats ,powdered
  • salt to taste
  • 1 teaspoon Oil
  • Mint chutney - as needed
  • Flax seeds, Chia, Poppy seeds- as needed
Instructions
  1. Take wheat flour, oats, salt in a bowl. Mix well and add water little by little and knead into a smooth dough.Add oil and knead once again. Cover and set aside for 10-15 minutes.

  2. Pinch out 2 equal sized portions of dough and roll out into 2 circles of the same size. On one circle spread mint chutney [or any chutney of your choice] and cover it up with the other circle.Seal the edges and brush the top with water. Sprinkle flax seeds, poppy seeds and chia seeds.

  3. Press it down so that they stick to the dough.Cook on a heated griddle till brown spots appear on both sides. Remove from griddle and serve.

  4. The seeds on top give a crunchy texture to the paratha.Serve with buttermilk / tea / coffee.

Recipe Notes
  • Use any chutney of your choice
  • Adding seeds on top is optional but it gives a crunchy texture to the paratha.
  • I used black poppy seeds.

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12 thoughts on “Oats-Chutney Paratha Recipe”

  1. This recipe could not have come at a better time for me PJ. I have quite a bit of mint chutney in the refrigerator and now I know what to do with it. This oats and chutney paratha must surely be an explosion of flavours in your mouth. Yum yum!

  2. Wow, this is definitely an interesting dish for O PJ, and seriously this parath with those seeds topping looks wonderful . I can have this paratha without any side dish, beautiful looking paratha there.

  3. How interesting to stuff in a mint chutney in oats roti . The roti looks awesome some kind of gourmet bread with those toppings .
    The mint chutney , the toppings and the oats , all of it makes it a super healthy and delicious bread .

  4. Loved your artictic touch to this. You have made it so nicely, love the design, kids would love to have this different design and healthy paratha.

  5. I started liking this style of filling since I made nachni paratha. surely this oats chutney paratha would be oozing filling while eating. I love when little one try to make something. now a days my daughter too doing such things.

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