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How to Make Soft Paratha (Homemade Flatbread)

How to Make Soft Paratha  (Homemade Flatbread)
Paratha (flatbread) is whole wheat unleavened bread that can be made plain or stuffed with a vegetable, lentils or meaty filling. Follow this tip to make soft paratha.
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  • Paratha (flatbread) is whole wheat unleavened bread that can be made plain or stuffed with a vegetable, lentils or meaty filling.

  • Follow this tip to make soft and perfect paratha:

  • 1- Place your rolled out paratha on hot griddle pan on high flame.

  • 2- Cook till half done, flip and spread clarified butter on half cooked side.

  • 3- Lower down the flame to medium low and immediately flip again.

  • 4- Spread clarified butter on this side too and flip again to completely cook the paratha from both sides.

  • Important Points.:

  • 1- Make sure the dough is kneaded medium soft.

  • 2- Don't roll out the paratha too thin.

  • 3- Don't dust the paratha with too much flour while rolling out.

  • 4- Don't place the rolled out paratha on a cold pan.

  • 5- Don't cook the paratha over low flame.

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  1. Dear Guest, this is a simple method for making a paratha. You need simple flour dough for it.

    on Mar 21 2016 4:33PM Report Abuse KP SUPPORT TEAM
  2. There are no specific measurements or ingredients on this recipe. Alot of don'ts but no do's.

    on Mar 21 2016 1:12AM Report Abuse Guest
  3. Sharon Sacarlett, for paratha recipe please check out paratha recipe on this site. thanks

    on Feb 28 2015 9:26AM Report Abuse KHANAPAKANA SUPPORT TEAM
  4. It doesn't tell the recipe but how to cook them after they're made. Whar is the recipe, ingredients to make them?

    on Feb 28 2015 4:33AM Report Abuse SHARON SCARLETT
  5. Those are very helpful tips for making soft parathas. My parathas always turn out hard because I cook them on a low medium flame and the dough is not soft enough.

    on Jun 13 2014 8:12AM Report Abuse MITA

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