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The word paratha loosely translates as ‘layers of cooked dough'!

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The word paratha loosely translates as ‘layers of cooked dough’ which is an apt description for these moreish, flaky breads that are effectively the Indian version of puff pastry! 

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5 minutes

40 minutes



4 as a side


Medium Effort



Veggie Friendly



Dairy Free

Dairy Free


Popular Style




  • 250g plain flour plus extra for rolling out the breads
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 50ml oil OR 50g melted butter

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6/3/22 - mrs telford made these to go with our lamb dopiaza and were a great success


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