Tuesday 2 December 2008

Plain paratha


1 bowl wheat flour
1 tablespoon oil
1 teaspoon salt
Dry flour for rolling
Oil for shallow frying
water for making dough


1.Add salt and oil to flour and make a dough using a little water.Cover and leave for 1 hour.
2.Divide the into 12 small ball.
3.Using dry flour roll each ball into a six inch round paratha
4.Heat a tava and cook the paratha, when it starts to form bubbles turn it over
5.Spread some oil on the paratha and turn it over and let it cook under neath.
6.Spread some oil on top side and flip the parath over and cook under side.
7. Cook remaining paratha in same way.

Serve with any curry or pickle.
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  1. Nayna, add some Ajwain and you have Ajwain Parantha.

  2. Now this is a page i want to keep. I love Indian cooking and cook a lot. Ive tried many indian breads so im always looking for recipes that i can try and work on

  3. I can devour Plain Paratha and Masala Chai with pickle any day. Great with any sabji or curry too.


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