Wheat flour 1 cup
White flour 1 cup
Salt 1/2 tsp
Sugar 1 tbsp
Baking powder 1 tsp
Water for kneading
Oil as required
Margarine 4-6 tbsp
Step 1. First start to make the dough (left to right) as shown in picture in steps form.
Step 2. Sieve wheat flour and white flour with baking powder in a large bowl and add salt, sugar, water, knead for 5 to 7 minutes into soft dough.
Step 3. Grease another bowl with a drop of oil and shift the dough in it and cover it with cling film for at least 30 minutes (not in refrigerator).
Step 4. Make 4 to 6 balls. Some more ingredients margarine (no butter please), plastic sheets cut into almost 9 x 9 inch square shape, and some white flour for dusting.
Step 5. Roll each ball out and make a slit from the centre of the circle as shown.
Step 6. Apply margarine and dust flour thoroughly.
Step 7. Now begin from one end and gently roll the dough into a cone shape.
Step 8. Cone will look like as shown in snapshot number 8.
Step 9. Now press each cone down from it's top to flatten it so it looks like in number 9.
Step 10. Let these rest for 10-15 minutes covered with cling film or wet cloth.
Step 11. Roll each ball out to form paratha.
Step 12. Lay a plastic sheet in an air tight large box, put paratha on it, cover with plastic again and repeat it with all parathas.
Note: You can apply margarine when you cook them if u like. Can stand for a week easily if freezing method is correct.
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Ayesha u can make them from whole wheat flour too...baking powder keep them soft when u cook them after freezing....you can reduce the quantity of baking powder but do not omit.
can we freeze only whole wheat paratha like this? without adding white flour or baking powder? please reply as soon as possible.
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