Paratha is layered, unleavened (no yeast, baking powder or baking soda) Indian flatbbread traditionally made with whole wheat flour, ghee or butter, salt and water. There are many variations of parathas where all-purpose flour (maida) or just mix whole wheat and all-purpose flour and eggs can be used. Parathas are often stuffed with usually boiled vegetables such as potatoes, cauliflower, paneer (Indian cheese) or minced meat. The dough can be seasoned with finely chopped coriander, mint or methi leaves, salt, paprika, red chili or cumin. Paratha is a delicious Indian bread, crispy but soft and flaky. They can be served with any meal (curry ot dry dish) or just on its own. They taste great with India raitas and pickles.