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  1. Sireesha

    Really looks yummy!!!!!

  2. Usha

    Congratulations on your award…the parathas look delicious :)

  3. indosungod

    I buy Cauliflower every chance I get :) but rarely venture to make parathas. The parathas are shaped perfectly, I only wish.

  4. Sujatha

    looks soft and attractive! those stuffings look yummy too.. thanks for sharing..

  5. Hima

    Yummy parathas!! Love all kinds of parathas.. thanks for sharing.

  6. Sonu

    nice & yummy recipe! I love ur step-by-step method. Gud work.

  7. meeso

    Oh, they look so perfect and good! I need to try this again, I’m bookmarking!

  8. KayKat

    Well, judging by the look of these, I would say you should make gobi parathas every week – and maybe send some my way!

  9. Shri

    love your Gobi Parathas!!Congratulations on your award

  10. Srivalli

    wow..all of them in the same size..great looking ones Cin…!

  11. ANJALI J.

    yummy parathas.i love all kinds of parathas.cant take my eyes off your lovely parathas.

  12. notyet100

    ur fillin is different,..patantha look yum,


    i love gobi paranthas .. i used to eat em in my college canteen .. reminds me of that

  14. Vibaas

    thanks for your comments. you have a nice blog and just couple of months back i learnt a similar gobi paratha recipe from a punjabi friend and i just love it. Parathas look delicious

  15. Amu...

    Gobi Paranthas…my fav…pity cant make them because Bhanu hates them…waaaaaaaaaah….

    Congrats Babes for the Awards…:-)

  16. Cynthia


    Congrats on the award!

  17. Sig

    Those are some good looking parathas… You find cutting cauliflower too tedious? I just break them apart using my hands… :)

  18. Divya

    Wow! They look swell!

  19. Vij

    Hi ya
    This is my first time here…
    the paratha looks so tempting..lovely pics…

    i am pretty new to this blogging world….jus popped in to say my big hi!

  20. Holly Pinafore

    Well done. These photos are great. Excellent recipes and blog. You should check out the new website http://www.behindtheburner.com for tips and tricks on all things culinary.


  21. Divya Vikram

    The stack looks perfect n absolutely delicious..

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  23. sampada

    Wow! those parathas sounds delicious…photos are cool. uphere in U.S. i always have a hard time trying to find ingredients…one of my friend introduced me to a great resource http://www.myethnicworld.com and i thought that i pass great along as well….thanks for sharing.

  24. Akki's Blog

    Congratulations on your award ..

  25. Sharmilee! :)

    Perfect perfect parathas u've got I always mess up with filling when I roll them

  26. Anonymous

    Hi there,

    Thanks for sharing this link – but unfortunately it seems to be not working? Does anybody here at cinnamontrail.blogspot.com have a mirror or another source?


  27. Jenni Malsingh

    You know, my paratha range is severly limited to plain, aloo, mattar or mooli! Must try this, as I do love cauliflower and I actually have some spare florets in the fridge right now. Yoghurt in the dough is a great tip for using less oil to get a nice soft paratha. Don't have any kitchen king masala though – what are the main spices in it, so that I can approximate it?

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