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Dear Paratha, I love you.

aloo-parathaAhh, paratha.  Who would think that your simplicity could be so awesome.  Flour, water, oil and salt.  Yet you’re awesome.

I’m currently on a paratha making kick, and even though mine come out looking like Africa or Europe vs. a round shape, they are still pretty damn tasty.  I’m still working on getting them to fluff a little more, but instead of giving up I’m going to continue trying.  So what if they’re a little too flat and look funny?  They still dip into my channa masala the same way!

I recently learned how to make them from Manjula’s Kitchen, a website run by a woman from India that consists of recipes and video demonstrations.  If you’re nervous at all about making bread go to her site and you’ll see how simple it is!  You can watch her make them step by step.

For a first entry this is rather random, but it’s about food, so we’re off to a good start.

Photo from this page: http://food.sidkhullar.com/food-by-regions/indian/how-to-make-aloo-paratha.html Go learn how to make your own paratha from Sid!

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6 Responses

  1. laura says:

    mmm…i imagine pumpkin pancakes are as awesome as pumpkin waffles

  2. Melisser says:

    That sounds like a fabulous breakfast!

  3. Sid Khullar says:

    Hi,

    Nice post. As that is my photo in your post, could I ask you to please link back to my post on the URL below?

    http://food.sidkhullar.com/food-by-regions/indian/how-to-make-aloo-paratha.html

    Thanks,

    Sid

  4. Body Pillow says:

    well, if you really want to be healthy, i believe that veggan foods are the best `:~

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