Cooking Hacks for Paratha

Pay attention to the oil used in oil parathas to make them healthier.
When cooking parathas, avoid using ghee or refined oil and instead use olive oil.

Stuffing
Everyone loves aloo parathas, but if you don't want to consume carb parathas, you may substitute cauliflower, onion, radish, or even protein-rich paneer filling.

Kneading the dough is a process that involves kneading
When kneading the dough for soft parathas, a culinary tip is to add some warm milk.

When kneading the crispy paratha dough, use lukewarm water and always add a teaspoon of ghee.

Maintain a medium flame.
Check that the griddle is hot before putting the paratha on it

The paratha will become tough if it is cooked on a very cold or extremely hot pan..

Also, when cooking the paratha, maintain the heat on medium.
The paratha will burn on the exterior but stay uncooked on the inside when cooking on a very high temperature.

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