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Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder

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Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder Recipe, How To Make Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder Recipe

This layered paratha is quite appetising to look at, and even more interesting to bite into, because the layers separated by butter give a crumbly, melt-in-the-mouth texture.

About Recipe

How to make Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder

(20 ratings)
73 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
45 mins
Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Wheat flour
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : March 16, 2019


Ingredients used in Laccha Parantha - Gunpowder
• Gunpowder - to taste.
• Eggs - 3 number.
• Atta/wheat flour - 1 cup.
• Butter - as required.
Method:
  • Knead the dough roll it into thin sheet.Spread the butter sprinkle gun powder of your choice.
  • Layer the spread dough form a round shape. Using little dry flour prepare a round shape paratha out of it.
  • Heat the pan place the paratha on it. Cook it evenly on one side apply butter flip the other side.
  • Layered paratha is ready to be served with a side dish.

    For Omlette with gunpowder:-
  • Whisk the eggs in a bowl. Take a pan with little butter add the beaten eggs.
  • Sprinkle curry leaves powder of your choice once the egg starts cooking.
  • Flip the omlette to the other side sprinkle more of curry leaves powder and cook it one minute.
  • Its ready to be served. Both the above varieties can be served with curd / yogurt .

Adding gunpowder to curd is also an option for your tastebuds.


Note:- Add salt if only if required as gunpowder contains salt .






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potbottle Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

looks good!

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bestiaccia Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

Good!!!!

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Zarina Mohammad Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

Superb! this chef Rocks!

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BakedUp Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

Aaah!! Delish!!

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BakedUp Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

ooh, too much powder(masala) I think??

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tehzeebs Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

I am your huge fan... I admire you for my any recipe, Please if you can spare some of your most precious time to show dummy like me how to make HALEEM. I been requesting you for last 4 months now, Take care Vah Chef

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VahChef Posted on Fri Apr 04 2008

sure soon ,before the end of the month , pl remind me if not

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joshdoohoo Posted on Sat Apr 05 2008

big blast LoL doez gun powder really make u diarhea?

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tehzeebs Posted on Sat Apr 05 2008

ohhhhh you are so great, I will be looking forward to remind you by the end of this month Bye

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Exportlover Posted on Sat Apr 05 2008

lol Chef the yogurt should cool you down

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Brijesh Chauhan Posted on Sat Apr 05 2008

What is Gunpowder?

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aarti4628 Posted on Sat Apr 05 2008

What is Gun Powder ???

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