Indian thalis are incomplete without some delicious laccha parathas. We have a variety of Indian bread but nothing beats the traditional laccha paratha which has beautiful layers and is cooked in lots of ghee.
So many of us crave for these delicious and soft parathas at home. If you wish to make restaurant-style laccha paratha at home then this recipe is for you. The paratha tastes great with just anything, be it a dry sabzi, daal, or a curry.
How To Make Laccha Paratha At Home?
- Begin with preparing the dough. In a big bowl, add wheat flour or atta, ghee, salt.
- Keep adding water as required to make the dough. Make sure the dough is kneaded right. It should not be too soft.
- Take a ball size portion and roll it into a thick circle.
- Top with ghee, salt, chilli powder, kasuri methi, and ajwain. Spread it with your hands.
- Start pleating the paratha from the top.
- Twist the pleats in a braid and curl to make a circle.
- Place some fresh-cut coriander leaves and sesame seeds on the top.
- Start to roll the paratha. Remember that laccha parathas are thicker than a regular paratha so roll it out accordingly.
- Place on a hot tawa and cook. Use desi ghee to cook both sides.
- Transfer to a plate when golden and crisp. Serve.
Laccha Paratha Recipe Card
Get the same restaurant style paratha look and taste at home with this easy recipe.
- Total Time :
- 20 min
- Preparation Time :
- 5 min
- Cooking Time :
- 15 min
- Servings :
- Cooking Level :
- Main Course
- Tanya Malik
- 250 Gram Whole Wheat Flour Or Atta
- Ghee For Cooking
- 1 Tsp Ajwain Or Carom Seeds
- 2-3 Tbsp Kasuri Methi
- 1 Tsp Chilli Powder
- Salt As Required
- 1 Tsp White Sesame Seeds
- Fresh Chopped Coriander Leaves
- Water As Required
- Step 1
- In a big bowl, add wheat flour, ghee, salt. Add water as required and knead the dough.
- Step 2
- Take out a small ball size portion and roll into a paratha.
- Step 3
- Top it with ghee, salt, chilli powder , ajwain and kasuri methi.
- Step 4
- Start to pleat from the top and then curl at the end to make a circle.
- Step 5
- Top with sesame seeds and coriander leaves.
- Step 6
- Roll into a thick paratha.
- Step 7
- Place on a hot tawa and cook both the sides till golden and crisp.
- Step 8
- Serve with sabzi or daal.