Khand in Sindhi means Sugar and as kids this was our favorite breakfast, elders would be served the spicy parantha's and we kids would get this sweet one. We would not have minded we would would get to eat them anytime of the day. This is easy and quick to make if you have ready Chapati/Roti dough.

This is my entry to the Roti Mela hosted by Srivalli of Cooking 4 all Seasons.

And also to the Sweet Series event started by Mythreyee of Paajaka Recipes. This month the theme is Puran poli & sweet chapathis/rotis.

1/2 cup Wheat Flour (Atta)
Sugar as needed


  1. Make a stiff dough, using water and wheat flour.
  2. Make 2 lime sized balls from the dough.
  3. Roll the 2 balls to make 2 circles.
  4. Apply ghee/oil on one side of each rolled dough.
  5. Sprinkle sugar on one of the circles.
  6. Place the other circle on top, with the ghee side down.
  7. Seal the edges well.
  8. Cook on medium high heat.
  9. Cool for a minute, cut into wedges and serve.

Also See:
Dal Jo Lolo
Cabbage Parantha

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Cham said...

Looks kids friendly this roti, sure yum :)

Mythreyee said...

What a fantastic sweet roti. In the name of kids, we can make this dish and enjoy it. Good recipe and very easy too. Thanks.

skribles said...

yummy roti ... and its simple to make whenever we feel like having somethin sweet :) .... thanks

Priti said...

We call it methi roti and my nephew love this one...gud one.

Uma said...

what a simple yet delicious paratha, Medhaa! lovely entry.

Srivalli said...

that looks great..what a way to eat sugar!..thanks for the entry!

Alka said...

Ah medha,u made me nostalgic with these sweet rotis or GHUDELIS as we call these.
When SK was young ,me and my Ma-in-law used to make lots of these for him,and watching him relishing the sticky sugar rotis was a pure delight!

Divya said...

oh Medha..those look drooling!!!I love having hot chapathis with some ghee smeared and sugar poured on it..this one's a bonus..shall try it today itself!!!

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