Ajwain Parantha Recipe - Parantha is one of the most popular flat bread in the Indian Cuisine.This version of parantha is triangular in shape and is flavoured with ajwain (carom seeds). Paranthas are often eaten along with pickle and yogurt. These parathas can also go very well with any type of gravy or vegetable curry. A must try !

This recipe has featured on the show Khanakhazana.

Main Ingredients : Whole wheat flour (atta), Salt

Cuisine : Uttar Pradesh

Course : Breads

Ajwain Parantha

The cuisine of Uttar Pradesh is synonymous with a wide variety as every city in this state offers a different but equally sumptuous cuisine for the gourmet. Most families in Uttar Pradesh eat vegetarian food, although meat delicacies cooked in the Awadh style are world famous. Average cuisines in Uttar Pradesh revolve around the simple, vegetable curries of all kinds. But there is a predominance of fried foods which are a must especially during festivals and special occasions. 
The irresistible Mughlai food is reminiscent of the Nawabi and the Mughal glory. The world renowned Dum Pukht (means ‘to breathe and to cook’) cuisine owes its excellence to the fact that the food, sealed in a dish and slow-cooked in its own juices, retains its entire natural aromas and flavours. Lucknow is famous for its biryanis and different meat preparations. A very interesting aspect of Awadh cuisine is the inspiration it draws from a myriad sources - seasons and celebrations, flora and fauna, personalities, poetry and colour.

Ajwain Parantha Recipe - How to make Ajwain Parantha

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Prep Time : 11-15 minutes

Cook time : 6-10 minutes

Serve : 4

Level Of Cooking :

Ingredients

  • Whole wheat flour (atta) for dustin cups

  • Salt to taste

  • Carom seeds (ajwain),crushed 1/2 teaspoon

  • Ghee 4 tablespoons

  • Oil to shallow fry

Method

Step 1

Mix together atta, salt and carom seeds. Rub in two tablespoons of ghee. Add sufficient water and knead into a stiff dough.

Step 2

Cover and rest it for fifteen minutes. Divide the dough into eight equal portions. Roll in dry flour and roll into a round chapatti.

Step 3

Spread a little ghee on one side and lightly roll that side in dry flour. Fold the chapatti into half and then again into half to make a triangle.

Step 4

Roll into a triangular parantha. It should be a little thick. Heat a tawa. Place the parantha on the tawa and cook for a minute.

Step 5

Flip and apply ghee. Cook for a minute and flip again and apply ghee. Cook till both the sides are golden. Serve hot.

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