Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Ooru Style Parotta


Wheat - 2 cups
Warm Milk/water/Mix - 1 cup
Kalonji - 1/2 tsp


1) Mix flour with salt and kalonji.
2) Add milk and knead to a soft dough.
3) Divide the dough to 5 parts, make big balls with each portion.
4) Roll out as thin as u can. dont worry about the shape.
5) Smear oil , Starting from the top make pleats.
6) Smear oil on the sides, hold one end and roll it to form a round.
7) Smear some oil and roll out to a medium thick circle.
8) When u roll make u dont turn it upside down. Roll it on the same face.
9) Put it on a pan on low heat , the opposite side should be on the pan now.
Turn after few seconds , pour few drops of oil on the sides and continue till cooked.


Anonymous said...

Hey Ayesha,

Guess what!! I love these kinds of parotas which we get in any roadside restaurant in TN. And the next thing making me fly in air is that I am travelling to India soon.....Yippeee!! Oh I cant wait to taste those yummy road-side dishes, my great ammi's delicacies and etc etc..!!

Unknown said...

what's kalonji??

Ayesha Seerin said...

kallonji is also called Nigella o onion seeds.. It is black in color ,
u must have had it in restaurant naans .. It gives a very nice taste to rotis and naans