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  RECIPE
  Kerala Porotta (paratha)  
 
 
 Course Breakfast
 Cuisine Indian
 Occasion Summer
Category Breakfast and Brunch
Method Stirfly
Serves 3
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 Ingredients :
Allpurpose flour(Maida) - 2 cups
Wheat Flour - 1/4 cup
Eggs - 2 nos
Milk - 1/2 glass
Soda powder - 1/2 tsp or 1 tsp
Sugar - A little
Salt - As reqd
Oil - As reqd
 
 How to Prepare :
  • Mix together maida and wheat flour in a vessel.
  • Add oil and the rest of the ingredients and make a soft dough. Make sure to pat the dough hard on a clean surface to make it soft.
  •  Cover the dough with a wet cloth for atleast 4 hrs.
  •  Before making the porottas, knead the dough once again with hands.
  • On a clean surface, rub oil.
  • Make small balls off the dough and roll them out like chappathis but in oval shape.
  •  Make pleats so as to look like a hand made paper fan.
  • Roll it holding on one end to form a round. This is done to get the layers. Then roll out to make it like a chappathi.
  • Notes: Make sure to roll only on one side with the chappathi stick.
  •  Put this on a pan on low flame till the kerala porotta (paratha) is ready.
  •  Once done, use both hands and pat on the sides of the kerala porotta (paratha) to get the layers.
 
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 Added on  24, Feb 2011
 
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