MALABAR PARATHA

Paratha – A very popular Indian breakfast. We have varieties of paratha to relish on. I am sharing a new type of paratha.

COURSE – MAIN SERVINGS -4.

PREPARATION TIME -10 MINS COOKING TIME -20 MINS. TOTAL TIME -30 MINS

INGREDIENTS. Maida -4 cups. Salt to taste. Turmeric powder – pinch. Peas -3 cups. Potato -1 Cumin coriander powder -1 tsp. Coriander leaves

COOKING STEPS. Take maida in a bowl. Add salt and water as much needed. Knead into a fine dough.

Let it rest for a while. Let’s prepare the sabzi now. Chop potatoes and Perboil it. Also blanch the peas. Boil oil in pan. Put the veggies in it. Add cumin coriander powder. Add salt to taste and turmeric powder. Aloo matar ki sabzi is ready. Now start the paratha. Obtain small balls from the dough.

Roll them into a flat bread. Make it as thin as possible.

Fold the paratha into fine pleats. Now roll it into spiral ball.

Rest them again for 10-15 mins. Now roll it into paratha.

Brush ghee or oil in pan. Fry the parathas. Toss them to make both sides brown.

Serve with aloo matar ki sabzi.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Looks delicious! Love such breads. πŸ™‚

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    1. Heliophile's diary says:

      Glad that you like it

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  2. You make it look so easy!

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    1. Heliophile's diary says:

      Glad that you love it. Please try it it’s very easy and tasty

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  3. Parathas are always tempting. If you add ghee on the first thin chapati and then roll it to make the final paratha, would be more awesome. πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. Heliophile's diary says:

      Thank you for your tips.will surely follow next time. I always look forward to such advice as I am novice. Thank you once again

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      1. Thanks for taking my tips sportingly. You will grow well πŸ‘πŸ‘

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      2. Heliophile's diary says:

        Thank you for the wish.😊

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