Lachha Paratha


These parathas are lovely, ingredients are same as of Saadaa* Paratha, but there is a slight change in the method of rolling and giving a particular lachha look. Follow the steps given below, take help From the illustration and if you have any problem then email me …

Ingredients:

Procedure:

-Take a lump of Paratha dough and Make a kiwi Fruit sized ball.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Press it with your palm and then Flat its edges with your Fingers.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Now with a rolling pin, Flat this ball into chapatti. Spread 1 tbspn of ghee on it.

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-Now roll it into blinds.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Take one edge and Fold it with non – grease side up,

-Then Fold it with grease side top.

-Repeat this process.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Now make a spiral, coral like shape, like this,

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-And then press it with your Fingers.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-On a lightly Floured surface roll it into a chapatti with a roller pin.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Place this on hot Flat pan.

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-After 5 – 6 seconds, turn its side and apply another tbspn of ghee on the half – cooked side.

-After 4 seconds, turn its side and apply another tbspn of ghee on it.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

-Now turn he sides Frequently and when its cooked (hot red) serve it hot with lots of pickle.

Outcome:

Tasty Lachha paratha is ready to be served.

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Ayesha's Kitchen

Tips:

-If its greasy and difficult to roll, then use some lose Flour.

-Cook on medium low heat.

Servings:

This will serve 4 persons easily.

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