Laccha Paratha

Laccha Paratha

By NamakShamak
  • Serves: 5
  • Prep Time: 8 Minute
  • Cooking: 10 Minute
  • Calories:




Laccha or layered paratha is a very popular indian flatbread,often eaten with vegeterian and non vegeterian gravies. I first started making these when I purchased the gas oven tandoor. I learnt the technique from Chef Sanjeev Kapoor , while watching a demo of the Gas Oven Tandoor. I promptly tried making it on regular tawa ,since I hadnt purchased the tandoor then….And the paratha was in instant hit at home, especially with my husband, who insisted I make them even for breakfast with tea! The technique is very simple , but if followed correctly gives amazingly crisp,layered and khasta parathas! This is my version of making them on tawa or girdle,which requires slightly more oil to roast,vis a vis when made in gas oven tandoor!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Knead a soft dough from wheat flour ,salt and 1 tsp oil. Ensure the dough is soft and generously kneaded. Keep aside for 10 - 15 mins.
  2. Pinch small portion of the dough and roll out a 6-8 cm circle. Apply ghee over it and sprinkle dry flour over it.
  3. Now fold this like a fan or pleats as shown. Then further roll it to resemble like a spiral.Use dry flour if needed. Press it firmly and again roll it into a round paratha about 10 cm diameter,moderately thick. Roast this on a medium hot tawa using s

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