How to make Lauki Paratha | Slurrp Presents 101 Most Common Recipe's of India

Lauki Paratha is one of the most nutritious and delicious whole flatbread recipes made from bottle gourd, green chillies, and spices. It can be served as a filling breakfast along with raita. Also known as opo squash, calabash, and long melon in English, dudhi or doodhi or sorakaya in a few Indian languages, lauki is generally a summer vegetable.

Lauki paratha is made from the leftover lauki that might have been used in another dish. Lauki paratha can be either made by stuffing the lauki or kneading the lauki with the wheat.

Lauki has several health benefits. Lauki is a good source of fibre that helps in digestion and controls digestion-related problems like constipation, flatulence, and piles. Lauki also helps in the weight-loss process. It is rich in iron and has Vitamin B complex and Vitamin C. 

Lauki paratha is a perfect breakfast food. It can be served with raita or yogurt. Lauki paratha can also be served as tiffin for children and young adults.