Cook Parotta #WithMe
You can now make soft-layered and fluffy parottas at home. Also known as Malabar Parotta, it is a popular street food in South India. You can serve Parottas along with Salna, chicken curry, egg curry and vegetable kuruma for an Indian dinner. Try your hand at Parottas and let us know.
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Maida – 4 Cups / 500 grams
Water – 250 ml ( 1 Cup)
Salt – 1 ½ tsp
Sugar – 1 ½ tsp
Oil – 1 tbsp + 2 tbsp + As Needed
1. In a mixing bowl, add maida, salt, sugar and water.
2. Knead this into a dough.
3. Add 1 tbsp of oil on dough and rest for 30 minutes.
4. Make individual 2-inch dough balls.
5. Add 2 tbsp of oil on the dough balls and rest for 45 minutes.
6. Take a dough ball and flatten as thin as possible by forming a large circle. Apply oil on the spread dough.
7. Gather rolled dough in one corner and make a spiral. Repeat for all the dough balls.
8. Roll the spiralled dough using a pin or flatten it into a 3-inch circle using hands.
9. Heat a Tawa, place the flattened parotta on the Tawa. Add oil. Cook on a medium flame for 2 mins and flip. Cook the other side for 2 mins.
10. By tapping the sides of the parotta right after it is cooked on the Tawa will Fluff up the parotta.
11. Repeat this for all the Parotta.