Frozen Paratha Recipe - Yummy Traditional

Frozen Paratha Recipe

                     
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Frozen paratha || Roti Paratha Frozen || How to Make Frozen Paratha with step by step photos

Frozen Paratha is a kind of layered flatbread paratha that is refrigerated for 2-3 weeks_made with all-purpose flour along with some other basic ingredients. Making frozen paratha is a very easy and simple way_this  is very delicious and crispy_which can be had at sehri or breakfast or any time of the day

Even you can give it to kid’s tiffin boxes by making egg roll or chicken roll as well as with cheese paratha roll perfect lunch boxes for your kids_Yummy and sumptuous frozen paratha are absolutely irresistible
                              
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But seems a little hard when somebody hasn’t enough time to spend in the kitchen as frozen paratha takes some time to be prepared. One way out is to make the paratha whenever you find time and freeze them. if don’t right, the frozen paratha stay good for at least one month

You can take out the required number of frozen parathas and thaw them whenever you want.do not place too much stuff in the freezer as that can reduce the efficiency and lead to some spoilage

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Take a large-sized mixing bowl and combine all ingredients into the bowl_Firstly add all dry ingredients to the flour

                             
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Then add sugar and salt 

                                  
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Stir to mix up 
                           
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Pour water by adding ghee and egg

                     
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Mix all ingredients with the help of a spatula. Once the dough is formed _Transfer the dough onto the working slab
                   
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Now start kneading the dough till turns to smooth_Drizzle some oil over the dough_Cover the lid and leave it to rest for an hour
                           
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Meantime in a small bowl add ghee along with maida_Stir to combine very well set aside
                       

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Punch the dough down and knead it further for 2 minutes
                      
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Transfer the dough onto the working surface and divide the equal portion of the dough_All dough balls should be of equal weight and size
                  
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Give them into ball shapes

                             
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Dust the flour overworking board or mat_Take one dough ball and roll it as thin as you can
                 
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Apply some ghee batter over the rolled roti with the help of a brush
                           
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And cut the broad strips with a sharp knife or pizza cutter  
                     
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Place each strip on top of each other_Apply ghee batter again over strips 
                             

And then roll it
                          
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Press it slightly and give it to the flattened shape
                        
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Repeat the same process with the all remaining dough balls_Place all prepared paratha dough balls on the tray
                               
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And cover them with the cling plastic wrap
                  
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Give it to another 10-15 minutes for rest_Once they get a rise, start rolling 

                                               
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Place the plastic sheet piece over the mat or working slab_And place one prepared paratha dough ball on the sheet_And cover it with the other one plastic, Press it and

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Then start rolling 
                              
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Around 7 inches in diameter with a light hand
                                 
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Prepare all parathas with all remaining dough balls
                               
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And place on the tray_Keep in the refrigerator at least for 6 hours to freeze them properly
                     
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Paratha is ready to cook  

                                       
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Firstly grease the Tawa with the ghee and heat it very well_Remove the plastic sheet from frozen paratha 
                     
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And place the paratha on the hot Tawa_Cook each side about 1-2 minutes on the medium-high flame at this stage you can apply some ghee if required

                                 
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Flip again and cook another side
                             
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Once paratha gets golden brown
                            
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Crispy golden brown paratha is ready
                                 
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Cook all frozen parathas as needed
                   
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Transfer all paratha to the kitchen paper towel
                                
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You can see how is it looking crispy
                
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Serve hot paratha with tea or kabab

                                                 
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Frozen paratha is a kind of layered flatbread paratha that is refrigerated for 2-3 weeks_made with all-purpose flour along with some other basic ingredients..

Ingredients:
  1. 400g, all-purpose flour
  2. 50g, semolina
  3. ½ tsp, yeast
  4. ½ tsp, salt
  5. 2 tbsp, milk powder
  6. 1 pcs, egg
  7. 3 tbsp, sugar
  8. 3 tbsp, ghee
  9. 1 cup, lukewarm water
  10. Plastic sheets as required
Ghee batter:
  1. 3 tbsp. ghee
  2. 2 tbsp, maida
  3. Ghee for frying if required 
How to make frozen paratha? 
  1. Take a large-sized mixing bowl and combine all ingredients into the bowl
  2. Firstly add dry ingredients flour, semolina, yeast, and milk
  3. Then add sugar and salt
  4. Stir to mix them together
  5. Pour water by adding ghee and egg
  6. Mix all ingredients with the help of the spatula
  7. Once the dough is formed
  8. Transfer the dough onto the working slab
  9. Now start kneading the dough till turns to smooth
  10. Drizzle some oil over the dough
  11. Cover the lid and leave it to rest for an hour
  12. Meantime in a small bowl add ghee along with maida
  13. Stir to combine very well set aside
  14. Punch the dough down and knead it further for 2 minutes
  15. Transfer the dough onto the working surface and divide the equal portion of the dough
  16. All dough balls should be of equal weight and size
  17. Give them into ball shapes
  18. Dust the flour overworking board or mat
  19. Take one dough ball and roll it as thin as you can
  20. Apply some ghee batter over the rolled roti with the help of the brush
  21. And cut the broad strips with a sharp knife or pizza cutter  
  22. Place each strip on top of each other
  23. Apply ghee batter again over strips and then roll it
  24. Press it slightly and give it to the flattened shape
  25. Note: in all these steps won’t be used flour dust, otherwise, your paratha will get stiff and won’t get the desired result
  26. Repeat the same process with the all remaining dough balls
  27. Place all prepared paratha dough balls on the tray
  28. And cover them with the cling plastic wrap
  29. Give it another 10-15 minutes for the rest
  30. Once they get a rise, start rolling
  31. Place the plastic sheet piece over the mat or working slab
  32. And place one prepared paratha dough ball on the sheet
  33. And cover it with the other plastic
  34. Press it and then start rolling around 7 inches in diameter with a light hand
  35. Don’t need to be hasty while rolling paratha it may your paratha shape out or spoiled
  36. Note: paratha size should be equal to the plastic sheet
  37. Prepare all parathas with all remaining dough balls 
  38. And place on the tray
  39. Keep in the refrigerator at least for 6 hours to freeze them properly
  40. Paratha is ready to cook
  41. Firstly grease the Tawa with the ghee and heat it very well
  42. Remove the plastic sheet from frozen paratha and place it on the hot Tawa
  43. Cook each side for about 1-2 minutes on the medium-high flame at this stage you can apply some ghee if required
  44. Flip again and cook another side   
  45. Once paratha gets golden brown
  46. Crispy golden brown paratha is ready
  47. Cook all frozen parathas as needed
  48. Transfer all paratha to the kitchen paper towel
  49. Serve hot paratha with tea or kabab
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