Oct 4, 2013

Royal Mawa Paratha



Royal Mawa Paratha is sweet flatbreads which prepared with wheat flour dough and stuffed with khoya/unsweetened condense milk and dry nuts. You can serve these parathas as festive food on special occasion with kheer or rabri. 

For this recipe, you have to prepare sweet stuffing with khoya and chopped nuts, roll with kneaded flour in same way as roti and cooked until to golden and crisp. You can be prepared round, triangle, square or any shape of paratha. 


Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 10 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Festival Food

Ingredients:
2 Cup Wheat Flour
Clarifying Butter/ Desi ghee, shallow frying

For Stuffing
1 Cup Mawa/ Khoya, grated
10 Cashews, chopped
10 Pistachios, chopped
10 Almonds, chopped
1 Tsp. Cardamom Powder
Few Saffron Strands
1/2 Cup Sugar



Instructions:
Combine all ingredients of stuffing together in one bowl.
Knead the firm dough with wheat flour and enough water.
Divide the dough into equal 10 portions. Roll out the each portion into round form as chapatti.
Place the 2 tbsp. stuffing and close the edges. Flatten and roll out again in round form.
Heat the griddle or tawa on medium flame and place the paratha on tawa.
Cook on a tawa on both the sides using desi ghee till to golden and crispy.
Repeat the same procedure with remaining dough to prepare parathas.
Serve royal mawa paratha with kheer or rabri.  


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16 comments:

  1. very very delicious and royal rich paratha :) looks super yummy and nice presentation dear :)

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  2. At first, I was confused on seeing the words condensed milk and parathas together. :)
    Yummy parathas.

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  3. Maws stuffed Paratha sounds delicious ! Lovely presentation....

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  4. Cool idea - Mawa stuffed paratha! Loving them. I am sure it'd be a hit with kids.

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  5. That's a delicious roti with so much richness..good one..

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  6. Very delicious paratha..makes me drooling..Would love to have rite now.

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  7. Paratha looks delecious and too rich!!

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  8. Nice stuffing for the paratha...

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  9. These sure are a royal treat with all those nuts and mawa in the stuffing.. Looks amazing.

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  10. What a rich paratha these are! Lovely Preeti :)

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