Parota-Kurma



Made parota for the first time following Cham's recipe and it was a perfect one..

Ingredients

2 cups of maida (all purpose flour)
Salt to taste
2 tsp oil
Hot water
1/4 tsp baking soda

Make a soft dough of the maida, salt, baking soda and hot water. Knead well and spread the oil over it. Keep covered for atleast 2 -3 hrs.

Make small balls of it. Roll out a ball into the thinest possible chapati. Spread some oil all over it and fold it into pleats like fan. Now roll it up to get a spiral shape. Press with less pressure to roll out and then cook it on hot tava in medium flame with some oil. Allow it to cook on both sides to get brown spots over it.

Serve hot with kurma.

My version of Aloo-Matar Kurma (without onion and garlic) recipe .

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20 comments:

DEESHA said...

kurma looks yummy N so does the parota .. lovely post

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Paratas are my all time favorite and love the korma that goes perfect with the parottas!

rekhas kitchen said...

ooh that looks mouthwatering

SriLekha said...

paratas and kurma is a good combo and paratha has come out very well!

Curry Leaf said...

Looks delicious EC,especially the Kurma

Dershana said...

Hi EC, the parota looks perfect. did you get the layers too?

Happy cook said...

Yeah I have seen it in chams place and have also bookmarked to make them.

easycrafts said...

Thanks Deesha, Raks Kitchen, Rekhas kitchen, Sri Lekha and Curry leaf

Thanks Dershana, ya, i got the layers too..Cham's method is perfect

Happy cook said...

Forgot to say the kurma looks delicious too

sowmya said...

looks really good..and that too on your first attempt..I did not know about adding baking soda for parota..thanks for the tip..

Purva Desai said...

Kurma looks just perfect with the yummy parothas.....

Yasmeen said...

Kurma Paratha is an ideal combination.

Usha said...

Good combination..bet this tasted yummy :)

Sunshinemom said...

Isn't this a typically South Indian? They look exactly like the ones you find in Bangalore hotels. I know that korma tastes very good!

Madhavi said...

Yummy yummy entry EC, looks delicious!!!

Divya Vikram said...

They look perfect EC..

Vidhya said...

looks really yummy. I was looking for the recipe of parota

Cham said...

Glad my recipe came out perfect. Lovely combo EC :)

Priti said...

Parota is all time fav. whenever I go to Chennai having parota and kurma is must...your looks delicious

poemry said...

i'm not understanding the pleating process. i can see the spiral results, that's what i like about parathas, the layers.

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