Recipe by: Nutralite
- Prep: 30 min
- Cook: 30 min
- Serving: 4
Have it for fast breakfast or have it for lunch, Pudina Parathas are a simple yet succulent meal to indulge in. It is prepared in layers, each adding a crunchy and flaky texture to the parathas, transforming it into a wholesome meal. Excited to make these at home? We’ll show you how to make a healthy lunch Pudina Paratha with this signature pudina paratha recipe.
- 2 cups whole wheat flour (atta)
- 10-12 fresh mint sprigs
- Salt to taste
- Oil for shallow-frying
- 3 tablespoons Pudina and Coriander Nutralite
- 2 teaspoons chaat masala
- Wash and pat the fresh mint dry. Lightly roast half the fresh mint on a hot non-stick tawa. Cool and crush to a powder. Chop the remaining fresh mint.
- Place the whole wheat flour and salt in a bowl. Add the chopped fresh mint and knead with enough water to make a stiff dough. Cover and rest the dough for twenty to twenty-five minutes.
- Divide the dough into six equal portions and shape into balls.
- Roll out each ball into a medium chapatti, brush with Pudina and Coriander Nutralite and sprinkle with some flour. Fold the chapatti like a fan and twist it back into the shape of a roundel. Leave to rest for five minutes.
- Roll out each ball into a five to seven-inch parantha. Cook on a non-stick hot tawa, spreading a little oil on both sides, till light golden brown.
- Spread with butter while still hot.
- Mix together the roasted mint powder and chaat masala and sprinkle over the hot parantha.
- Before serving, crush the parantha lightly between your palms to open out the layers.
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