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Plain Paratha

TSh 2,000

Plain Paratha is a classic Indian flatbread that is flaky, soft, and versatile. It’s a staple in North Indian cuisine and is enjoyed as part of breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Unlike stuffed parathas like aloo paratha or paneer paratha, plain paratha is simple yet delicious.

To make Plain Paratha, whole wheat flour (atta) is kneaded into a soft dough using water and a pinch of salt. The dough is then divided into small balls and rolled out into thin circles. These circles are brushed with ghee or oil and folded into pleats to create layers.

Next, the pleated dough is rolled into a spiral and then rolled out again into a flat disc. This rolling and folding process helps create flaky layers within the paratha when cooked.

The rolled paratha is then cooked on a hot griddle (tawa) with some ghee or oil until both sides are golden brown and cooked through. The paratha is pressed gently with a spatula while cooking to ensure even cooking and to make it crispy.

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