Pudina Prantha Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Roshni Indian Restaurant

17:00 - 21:00
Min order
  • Value Pack
    • 1 x Onion Bhajis
    • 1 x Butter Chicken (DF) (GF)
    • 1 x Lamb Rogan Josh
    • 2 x Rice
    • 2 x Plain Naan
    • 1 x Pappadums (4pcs)
    • 1 x Tamarind Sauce


  • Family Pack
    • 1 x Samosas
    • 1 x Butter Chicken (DF) (GF)
    • 1 x Lamb Korma
    • 1 x Goan Fish Curry (DF) (GF)
    • 2 x Rice
    • 2 x Garlic n Cheese Naan
    • 1 x Pappadums (4pcs)


  • Takeaway Special 1

    1 x Half Veg Curry, 1 x Half Rice

    • 1 x Half Veg Curry
    • 1 x Half Rice


Pudina Prantha delivery from local restaurants

Pudina prantha delivery from local restaurants

Pudina prantha, also known as paratha or parantha, is an Indian flatbread prepared with mint. In South Asia, it is one of the most common and preferred breads and it is produced by frying the dough in a pan. The dough normally contains ghee, which is a special Indian butter or oil. Traditionally, pudina prantha contains ingredients like potatoes, paneer, cauliflower, radishes or other vegetables. The dish is preferably consumed alongside yoghurt, beef, chicken, lamb, fish, pickles or chutney. In some regions, pudina prantha is eaten by dipping it in tea. The bread can be made in many shapes and sizes: from triangular to square and from round to heptagonal.

What takeaway pudina prantha can I order online?
Takeaway pudina prantha is a perfect meal that can replace a quick breakfast, when served with tea, or even a nourishing dinner, when it is stuffed with meat. Due to its versatility, it is a favourite among people in Australia. It is recommended to be consumed warm, right after it has been cooked, but it also can be cooled and consumed later. You can use a hot topping to make it soft again.

Pudina prantha has many variations, including palak prantha – with spinach, lasuni prantha – with garlic, makka prantha – with corn, pyaz ka prantha – with onion, qeema prantha – with mutton, tomato prantha or sugar prantha – used as a dessert; all depending on the region where it’s served. It can be filled with almost any ingredient you like and the dough can also be enriched with various spices and milk based products.

Recent reviews

Roshni Indian Restaurant

Overall 7.7 |  Food 10  |  Value 8  |  Speed 5

Exquisite meal, a little pricy but you pay for quality. I had to wait an hour and thought the delivery time would have been... Read more

Shelley - October 2017
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