The calories and nutrition in Indian foods like wheat roti, naan, chapatti, parathas depend on the way the foods are cooked. Indian parathas are very high in calories/energy (high calories from fat) as these are fried in ghee or butter whereas tandoori roti is baked in tandoor so these are supposed to be low in calories. But this is not so because after baking they are coated with ghee or butter to improve their taste. However, it is possible to have traditional parantha (Indian paratha recipe) that produces tasty parathas with less fat and keeping the natural nutrition values and low calories.
The table below lists the chapati nutrition values (total fat, carbohydrates, calories, and proteins of Indian ready made roti, chapatti, bread, naan, paratha and dals from different makes like Patak, Serenna, Tastybite, Vadilal, Ashoka, Sainsbury,Loyd Grossman, Homepride and Go Organic.
The data have been compiled from the sites of the food manufacturers or in some cases from the food packets. The table contains the data for wheat roti, Garlic & Herb Roti, Handkerchief Bread (Rumali Roti), Masala Chapatti, Missy Roti, Plain Roti, Chicken Korma Naan, Chicken Tikka Masala Naan, Garlic & Coriander Naan, Kulcha Naan, Massala Naan, Onion Naan, Peshwari Naan, Roghani Naan, Spicy Tomato Naan, Tandoori Naan, Aloo Paratha, Lachcha Paratha, Mixed Vegetable Paratha, Onion Paratha, Plain Paratha, Chana Dal Masala, Bengal Lentils (Vegan), Dal Makhani, Jodhpur Lentils and Madras Lentils.
In the following table "-" means that data are not available.
Indian foods from Patak, Serenna, Tastybite are available from Supermarkets and/or on-line shops, while other makes like Haldiram and Vadilal are available from Indian grocery shops.