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Pudina Paratha

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Pudina Paratha (or Mint Paratha) is a popular dish across India made with wheat flour and mint leaves. Often served with a variety of side dishes, Pudina Paratha is not only easy to make, it is also healthy and wholesome.
Pudina Paratha
Wheat Flour – 500 gms
Mint Leaves – 2 cups, chopped
Oil – 5 to 6 tblsp
Salt as per taste

1. Heat a pan over medium flame.
2. Dry roast the mint leaves and then grind them to a fine powder.
3. Mix this with the wheat flour and salt.
4. Add enough water to make a pliable dough.
5. Cover and keep aside for 10 minutes.
6. Pinch medium sized balls of this mixture and roll them out into medium sized parathas.
7. Heat a tawa over medium flame. Apply a little oil.
8. Cook the parathas till golden brown on both sides, adding a little oil around the edges.
9. Remove and serve hot with side dish of choice.

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shreya December 26, 2014 - 4:34 pm

Wow Pudina Paratha is my favorite but I actually make it in a bit different way. First I make each duo very thin and then put the stuffing with pudina in the middle of both the duos and then make the paratha….

Sakshi Agarwal June 6, 2013 - 9:17 am

Yummy. This came out very well and my boy friend loved it.


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