Paratha Dough


Paratha Dough is not very difficult to make, you have to keep a Firm look at the quantities you are using, ideally we take 1 cup of water For 2 or 2.5 cups of Flour, so you need to use your own skills For that, the recipe I have given below is accurate and made several times, thus its authentic, you can try this …

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups of wheat Flour
  • 3 tbspns plain Flour
  • 1 – 1 ½ cup luke warm water / enough water to make an elastic dough
  • 2 tbspns olive oil or butter

Procedure:

-Sieve Flour and plain Flour in a mixing bowl.

- Add enough water gradually and mix with your hands to make a soft to firm dough. If you are new at making chapattis/ parathas, it is better to have a little firmer dough, which is easier to control while rolling out.

-Knead for a couple of minutes and add butter or oil and then knead again. Sprinkle some water, cover and leave to stand for 10-20 minutes or so. Knead a little again. Now you should have smooth, soft dough. 

-This process can be done quickly with the kitchen mixer/ dough maker.

Outcome:

Soft paratha dough is ready.

Tips:

-Refrigerate For Further use.

-Store it covered otherwise its surface will dry.

Servings:

This is going to make 10 parathas.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

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  2. health care
    Feb 14, 2010 @ 04:40:49

    Its good for health. And looking such a nice thing.

    Reply

  3. maka
    Dec 24, 2012 @ 04:39:46

    If we use warm water, it’s not in good consistency

    Reply

  4. chatroulette Online users
    Feb 11, 2013 @ 19:17:23

    It’s really a nice and helpful piece of information. I’m glad
    that you simply shared this useful info with us.
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    Reply

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