Image at right is -- plain dough ball before dusting.
[Image-2] Roll flour dusted dough ball into 4-5 inch diameter size.
Brush drop of oil in center before placing potato stuffing ball.
[Image-3] Position potato filling in the center, cover by bringing
[Image-4] Press right and left side around ball to cover with rolled paratha.
[Image-5] More closer view after positioning filling ball inside rolled paratha.
[Image-6] Moist fingers with oil, bring right side over top of the filling ball, gently press.Do touch up with one drop of oil.
[Image-7] Little bit closer view after pressing right flap over the top.
brush little oil over folding layers.
[Image-8]This is an important part look above picture, lift ball slightly up and turn left side flap underneath and press, right flap goes on top and left goes under the stuffed paratha ball.
[Image- 10] flatten it back on countertop.
shape so pat around edges and make it more round.
[Image-13] Start rolling gently over dusted surface, stretch up to 7inch diameter size.While rolling lift and move rolled paratha clock wise, sprinkle flour for easy rolling.If you are a fresher in rolling parathas then you can stop rolling when size exceeds 5.5 inches diameters.
[Image-14] I flipped the rolled parantha to show how fold appears at
the other side.These folding patterns create nice flaky layer.
[Image-15] Roast parantha on griddle over medium heat, spray some oil, fry on both sides turning once or twice until it puffs and turns light brown in color.
cooked on 21st Sept, published on 12/22/12