1. Greek Yogurt: I tend to use fat free Greek yogurt for not only adding softness to the paratha, but mainly for adding some protein. You can use regular yogurt or instead just use water to make it vegan.
2. Ghee : I add this for enhancing the flavor, but you can simply use Oil (for a vegan option) or simply skip it if counting calories.
3. Radish Greens:Adding radish greens tends to give an even further peppery taste to the paratha along with grated radish. I love the greens and flavor hence tend to add 1 cup which might not be favorable to many since the parathas will have a profound peppery bite to them. If not sure of how you will measure up to it, start with adding 1/4 cup greens and increase gradually.
4. Chilies: I haven't added anything to this recipe since we don't take the heat. If you don't have the chilies, you can also use 1-2 tsp of chili powder.
my kitchen notes
This recipe came out very well. Added some cumin and coriander powder and used red chilli pwder. Did not have much radish greens, so added some cilantro and dill. Will definitely make this again.Thanks much for the recipe.
I havent tried Quinoa yet, but I have tried making flatbreads with Buckwheat (Kuttu Ki Poori), Corn(Makki Ki Roti), White Millet, Black Millet etc. I will post the rest soon enough. You can this radish combo with Jowar (white millet). --DK