Serves     8-12


1 cup whole wheat flour
one pinch of salt
¼ tsp. ajwain (carom seed), oil

  • Mix flour, salt, ajwain and two tsp oil
  • Add water until you have a dough
  • Make 8-12 balls out of dough
  • Roll the balls into flat, small circles
  • Put oil on one side. Fold into half, add oil again and fold again
  • Roll it flat once again
  • Shallow fry it on a frying pan with oil


Notes and Instructions

Depending on the weather or your mood, paratha can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner.  It is shallow fried in a pan and tastes best when served hot with pickles or plain yogurt.