Why not give a spin to the same old boring wheat flour parathas and conjure up some utterly healthy and yet wonderful smelling rice flour parathas instead? Let’s give it a whirl!
Firstly, water needs to be boiled in a pan with salt before mixing rice flour in the water thoroughly and removing the mixture from the heat. Now knead the dough properly for the parathas and keep it aside.
Next, a thick batter of besan, water, ajwain, amchur, chat masala, red chilli powder, haldi, and asafoetida needs to be made and kept aside.
From the rice dough, make small balls and roll out two rotis from each ball. After greasing the hot tawa for cooking, place one roti on the griddle and spread the thick besan batter on it, and then cover it with the layer of the second roti.
Allow both sides to cook until they assume a golden-pinkish tint. Serve the rice flour parathas with some curds or sabzis. Yum!
Mix the rice flour in bolling water thoroughly & remove from fire
Knead dough for paranthe keep aside.
Add above all ingredients in besan & make thick batter with water, keep aside.
Make small balls for rice dough & roll two separate rotis from this.
Grease the hot tawa & place one roti & spread besan batter on it, than put second roti on it, when one side is cooked turn & cook the other side, spread ghee, remove when both side turn a silight pinkish tint.
Serve hot with Sabji or Curd.
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A teacher and a blogger, Jaishree is an expert on authentic and traditional Indian cuisine.