Friday, August 5, 2011

Atta / Wheat Flour Parrotta



Ingrediants:-

  • Atta /Wheat Flour - 2cups
  • Water - 1 cup (lukewarm)
  • Oil.
  • Butter
  • Salt
Method:-

   In a bowl add the wheat flour ,salt ,mix well .Now add in few tbsp of oil and mix well with hand.now add luke warm water to this and form a dough..it should be like chappathi dough.Make small size balls and keep it aside for 30 mins to 1 hr.



  • Gently roll the dough ball into the wheat flour 
  • And roll out like a chappathi ,this should be a little thinner.
  • Now apply oil on  the rolled out dough.
  • Make small folds in the dough as shown in the above pic .
  • Swirl the dough holding on one end . keep it aside.
  • Do this with the reminding dough. 
  • Keep this prepared dough covered with a damp cloth for 15 mins.


  • Take the prepared dough and flatten it like u do for chappathi or roti ...this should be a little thicker..
  • Cook this parrotta in a hot tawa / dosa griddle. turning both sides untill u see nice brown spots.
  • Dip a tissue in little oil and gentle press the parrotta with it while cooking.
  • Once done remove from tawa and apply some ghee over it and keep it in a hot case...
  • Repeat this with next few parottas..
  • And then place all the prepared parrotta in a flat surface .. and with both ur hands gently press them from its side...like clapping .this will show off the beautifull layers of the parrotta...but do this when it's warm.


This parrotta goes well with any veg or non veg gravy and some raitha

27 comments:

Vijay said...

updated

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Raksha said...

wow, i loved this step by step presentation and will surely try this

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Hey this has come well...I had made this long backbut felt that it was not that flaky as maida porata...but health wise a good recipe..very nice step wise presentation...

S.Menaga said...

perfect parotta,well explained...hats off u...

Chitra said...

thx raksha ,reshmi and menaga

Santosh Bangar said...

ow lachha crispy protta

soujanya said...

Hey they came out good....well done dear...
once i tried but it was a flop:( no more trials.after seeing this wants 2 try again...:)

Uma said...

Thats so amazing. Layered yummy wheat paraotas are very good.

Cheers,
Uma

sangee vijay said...

healthy parotta..looks so fluffy n layered...well explained thanx for the step wise pictures..easy to follow..great job !!!

Suja said...

This looks perfect,healthy and yummy

SravsCulinaryConcepts said...

perfectly done parotta !! awesome work dear !!

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Vimitha Anand said...

Thanks for the step-by-step pictures... The paratha looks so yum

Hari Chandana said...

Looks absolutely perfecttt.. lovely step by step pictures dear.. thanks for sharing :)
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Laxmi said...

healthy parotta.. clear step by step instructions and pics.. I appreciate your efforts..

Prathima Rao said...

So well explained Chitra!!! And the layers have come out so neat...with wheat too!! O had tried layered paratha once but the all the layers flattened out when i rolled out..Will try ur way..Thx a ton dear!!!
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Priti said...

Yum....I do same too..all time fav..

khushi said...

Hey I always prefer atta parantha for the crunchiness....the step by step procedure is very helpfull
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Kalpana Sareesh said...

Love these atta paratha n the step by step clicks..

Neha said...

Paranthas have come so well....All the layers are separate...Love them...

Suhaina said...

you have a lovely blog with so may yummy recipes. happy to follow u.

Vardhini said...

Swirly parathas look yum. I made these last week.

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Vandana Rajesh said...

Nice step by step recipe. Gr8 presentation..the kerala paratha with atta..simply yummy.

Plateful said...

WOW, looks like you mastered the art of parrotta making to perfection. Seriously! My kids love this bread and I've tried it a couple of times too... but it never looked this good!

Mehjabeen Arif said...

Looks too good.. healthier ...

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Krithi's Kitchen said...

Superb parotta... love the idea ofusing wheat flour!!

Mahi said...

Nice parathas! I've done with wheat flour once! Neatly done chithra! Nice clicks too!

iysha sakeena said...

Good job

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