Aloo Paratha, White Butter, Achaar and Lassi – it is very unlikely that anyone would not have a watery mouth when they hear this combination. Come winters and this is a must-have at almost all road-side dhabas.
I moved out of Delhi but could never let go of the 11 years that I had spent there. And whenever I get a chance, I try to replicate the experience in at least the food that I cook. And since most of my family members liked Delhi and the street foods there, it never happens that I make something and somebody doesn’t like it (after all they do not stand a choice. Isn’t it..lol).
In Bangalore, I could not find an authentic restaurant where I could find good parathas and hence I prefer making parathas at home, especially aloo parathas. Because of 2 reasons – it is the easiest to make and everybody likes it.
So rest assured that this is not an experiment. In fact I am quite experienced in making parathas.
Some of the ingredients that I have used is to get a unique flavor and if you decide you don’t want to use them, you are free to do so. Go ahead and make some of these tasty Indian breads at home and enjoy with your family.
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