Frozen Parantha


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Frozen parantha is a simple parantha or Indian flat bread recipe which can be frozen and used later as desired. Discover novel parantha recipes, roti recipes, rice recipe at

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Frozen Parantha recipe - How to make Frozen Parantha

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     4


2 cups whole wheat flour (gehun ka atta) (+ more for dusting)
salt to taste
1/2 cup ghee


  1. Mix whole wheat flour and salt together.
  2. Add sufficient water and knead into a soft dough. divide the dough into eight equal portions.
  3. Roll out each portion into a roti.
  4. Apply one tablespoon ghee and sprinkle a little wheat flour.
  5. Fold into a triangle. dust the triangles with a little wheat flour and roll out into medium thick paranthas.
  6. Wrap the paranthas in butter paper and keep them in the deep freezer.
  7. When required remove from the freezer and cook them on a tawa with ghee till crisp and golden.
  8. Alternatively, after rolling out the paranthas you can cook them till half done.
  9. Cool and wrap in butter paper and freeze.
  10. When required remove and roast on a hot tawa with a little ghee on both sides till crisp and golden.serve hot.

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This recipe was contributed by paswaniohri on 08 Jan 2007

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