Frozen Paratha | How to make frozen paratha

Today’s recipe is ‘Frozen Paratha’.  These parathas can be stored for weeks in frozen form.  It is a very easy recipe for paratha. You can just take out parathas and cook it for two-three mins on tawa or microwave before using it. Just like any other paratha, these parathas can also be enjoyed with any dish/curry/lentil recipe of your choice.

Frozen Paratha
Frozen Paratha

For this recipe, you will require – Plain flour, Wheat flour, ghee, milk powder, sugar and salt. You can use plain flour only and skip wheat flour also. To store these parathas, make an alternate layer of polythene and paratha and refrigerate it in small batches. These parathas are for all those who have a very hectic schedule.

For more paratha recipes, you can check Paneer Baida Roti (cottage cheese & egg parcel) , Jhatpat ratlami sev paratha (sev stuffed paratha) , Lachha Paratha (Warqi Paratha, Layered Paratha) , Gobhi Da Paratha.

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Yield: 20

Duration: 1 hr

Ingredients for  Frozen Paratha

Plain Flour/Maida1/2 kg
Wheat Flour1/2 kg
Salt1 tsp or as per taste
Sugar1 Tbsp
Powder Milk2 tbsps
Baking Powder1 tsp
Ghee2 tbsps
Wateras required for kneading a smooth dough
Oilfor partially frying paratha

Method for Frozen Paratha

  • In a bowl or vessel,  take plain flour, wheat flour, salt, sugar, milk powder, baking powder and ghee.

  • Using sufficient water, knead a soft dough.

  • Rest it for 15 mins.

  • Prepare small ball from the dough. Dust it with flour.

  • Start preparing parathas of your choice of shape.

  • Heat a skillet/tawa.
  • Using oil, partially fry parathas from both the sides.

  • Repeat same method for all the parathas.

  • Let the parathas cool down completely before storing it in the refrigerator.

  • Whenever you are in hurry,  heat the parathas from both the sides for two-three mins and you are good to go.

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