Coconut Paratha / Coconut Flat Bread


    Coconut Paratha is absolutely delicious…It features whole wheat flour, coconut and a variety of aromatic spices. This paratha is a treat to your eyes and to your taste buds..because of coconut flavor in it. When I left the dough to sit for 1 hr, you don’t believe , whole kitchen smells so aromatic…My husband really loved it. It is raining everyday in my place, so I thought to eat something hot and filling. When I did some google search, I came up with this idea..I got this recipe from here. we had with aloo gobi and onion raita..Try this flavorful paratha recipe and enjoy…


         1 Cup of  Whole Wheat Flour, I used Aashirvaad Multigrain flour
         2 Tbsp of Dry Coconut Flakes
         1 Tsp of Cumin Powder
         1/2 Tsp of Red Chilly Flakes
         1/4 Tsp of Turmeric Powder
         1/2 Tsp of Salt
         1 Tbsp + 1 Tsp of Vegetable / Canola Oil
         1/2 Cup of Warm Milk
         Ghee / Butter / Oil for brushing

      Serving : 5 Paratha

  • In a big wide bowl, mix all the ingredients except milk.
  • Make a well in the center. In the meantime, boil the milk in microwave for 1 min.
  • Now slowly add warm milk in the centre of the bowl. Mix thoroughly with a fork or by hand to get a smooth dough. I took 1/2 cup of warm milk to knead the dough.
  • Now the dough is ready. Cover and let the dough rest for 1 hour.
  • Again knead the dough and divide into equal portions and make it into round balls.
  • Heat tawa or pan. In the meantime lightly grease the rolling surface with flour. Take one ball and make it circular with a rolling pin.
  • Carefully place the paratha on the heated pan. You will see tiny bubbles rises on the surface of paratha.
  • Now it’s time to flip the paratha with a spatula. Once first flip is done, apply oil or ghee on the upper surface and spread all over the paratha.
  • Flip again in 30 secs and apply butter or ghee or oil. Press paratha gently with a spatula and cook till brown spots appear on both the sides of the paratha.
  • Coconut Paratha is done when both sides are brown and crispy. Remove it from pan and place it in serving dish.
  • Repeat the same process with each ball of dough.


  • Serve hot paratha with onion raita or aloo gobi or pickle or any side dish like

      Aloo Palak
      Baingan Bharta
      Navratan Korma 
      Rajma Masala

  • You can add grated vegetables to make it more nutritious.
  • If you dough is dry, you can add some more oil or milk.
  • If you want more spicy, you can increase the quantity of red chilly flakes. 
  • If you don’t get dry coconut flakes, use fresh coconut..
  • Use butter to brush the paratha instead of oil for a rich taste.

    Health Benefits 

    Wheat Flour

  • It contains healthy carbohydrates, fats and protein, antioxidants and vitamin E
  • High in fibers results in boosting the metabolic rate.
  • Reverse the weight gaining process.
  • Reduce cholesterol, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.
  • Reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and breast cancer.


  • Excellent source of Immunity.
  • Good source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
  • Good for skin, hair, bones and teeth.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestmailby feather


  1. Aishwarya mittal says:

    Hi!!!! We are working on a food portal called We build conversation around restaurants, unique recipes. We also invite guest bloggers to come and share their experience. It will be great if you could join and enlighten us about your amazing journey as a culinarian. It will give you a whole new base of readers and our readers an introduction to world of delicious food recipes.

Comments are closed.