Navratre Recipe – Singhare ke atta ka Paratha recipe

Navratri is a celebration of nine days during which Goddess Durga is worshiped and most people observe fasts. Here is a recipe that you can prepare and relish on festivals such as Navratri.

Preperation Time – 10 minutes
Cooking time – 10 minutes
Cooked by -Ujawal Singh
Serves – 2
Type – Navratre recipe

Ingredients to make Singhare ke atta ka Paratha.
1-1.5 cup singhare ka aata
2 boiled potatoes
3- Grinded peanuts 1/2 cup
4- Chopped green chillies
5- 1 tsp cumin seeds
6- Sendha namak
7- Ghee
8- Water 1/4 cup

How to make Singhare ke atta ka Paratha
1- In a bowl add singhare ka atta.
2- Add cumin seeds , chopped green chillies , grounded peanuts , sendha salt , mashed boiled potatoes and mix it all nicely.
3- Add water gradually and combine it all together.
4- Mix a semi soft dough and add 1/2 tsp ghee. Mix it well and let it rest for 5 minutes.
5- Heat a non stick pan.
6- Take a rolling board and apply 1 tsp ghee.
7- Now pinch a dough and coat it with some ghee.
8- Now with the help of a flat plate press the dough and make a paratha.
9- Use a turning spatula and gently lift the paratha from rolling board and put it on the pan.
10- when the base is partly cooked , flip the paratha.
11- Spread some ghee on the partly cooked part.
12- Flip again and you will see nice golden blisters on the second side. This time the side which has been spread with ghee will be at the bottom. This side has to be cooked more than the previous side.
13- Spread some ghee on the second side facing you. A well made and well-roasted paratha is ready
14- Serve it with curd.

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