Parathas and tortillas are both flatbreads that have different origins and ingredients. Parathas are unleavened and usually made with whole wheat flour, while tortillas are made with corn or flour. Parathas are usually cooked on a tava, while tortillas are cooked on a comal. Parathas are usually served with various accompaniments such as potatoes, yogurt, chutney, and pickles, while tortillas are usually served with a variety of fillings such as cheese, beans, or meat. Furthermore, parathas are usually thicker than tortillas, making them a popular breakfast option.