For all you bread lovers and all those that just want to treat yourself to something delicious. There is no better way than enjoying a home cooked paranta either on a rainy day or for picnic with the family. I remember as a child going on a picnic with all the mums and the teachers on top of the Moors. Mums struggling to push prams up the steep hill but how wonderful the atmosphere and the smells were when we all sat together on top of the hill munching away on home made parantas.
Simple and easy bread that you just can't stop eating hot or cold, with some mixed achaar (pickle). Mouth watering. Yummy.
You will need some chapatti flour
Make your dough like directed in my chapatti making recipe
Some butter. I love to use one thats slightly salted.
You can use Gee or oil. remember not to get carried away with eating Parantha. For information on calories and benefits see bottom of page.
Roll out your chappatti and follow images below. or visit Parantha recipe
1.Spread butter on. 2.Roll up into a sausage shape.
3.Make a spiral shape and then roll into flat thin circle.
4.Place on heated Tawa (griddle)
and add more butter. Turning each
sides. Cook evenly.
Serve with some spicy pickle. Great for a Sunday Breakfast with Kashmiri chai.