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Pumpkin And Jaggery Parantha- The All Time Healthy Breakfast

  • Suvarna Shrotri
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Pumpkin is an extremely nutrient-dense food. It is full of vitamins and minerals but low in calories. It boost vision, keeps our heart healthier.


Prep Time

30 Minutes

Cook Time

30 Minutes

Total Time

1 Hour


100 Grams Pumpkin Grated

100 Grams Whole Wheat Flour

50 Grams Jaggery

1 Teaspoon Cardamom Powder

1 Tablespoon Oil

Salt To Taste

I was inspired to create this recipe when I tasted it three years back in Kolhapur as a offering to the Goddess. The original recipe is made with puris fried in oil. In this recipe it's altered to Parathas and preferred to use Jaggery instead of sugar which makes more healthy and tasty. The best part is it requires very limited ingredients.


1.Heat the flat-bottomed pan with two teaspoons of oil, add grated pumpkin and then fry for a minute.

2. Add the jaggery pieces, stir, cover and cook till the jaggery melts. Add cardamom powder just before switching off the flame.

3. Sprinkle wheat flour and some salt once the mixture cools.

4. Knead the flour along with the pumpkin mixture until you get a nice soft dough ( if necessary grease your hands with some oil while kneading the dough)

5. Make Medium size balls out of the dough and roll out the paratha with a rolling pin.

6. Place the paratha on the tava, adding a little oil and cook the paratha till you get brown spots on it.

7. Serve the pumpkin jaggery parathas with soymilk or any plant-based milk.

Delicious nutrient rich parantha is ready to serve!


Suvarna Shrotri

By sharing my innovative recipes, I wish to remove the misconception that vegans lead a monotonous life. I'm an animal lover and live a stress-free life with my pet Blacky.

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