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Ingredients
to make Kerala Porotta (paratha)
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    Directions
    to make Kerala Porotta (paratha)
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  • 1)Mix together maida and wheat flour in a vessel.
  • 2)Add oil and the rest of the ingredients and make a soft dough. Make sure to pat the dough hard on a clean surface to make it soft.
  • 3)Cover the dough with a wet cloth for aleast 4 hrs.
  • 4)Before making the porottas, knead the dough once again with hands.
  • 5)On a clean surface, rub oil.
  • 6)Make small balls off the dough and roll them out like chappathis but in oval shape.
  • 7)Make pleats so as to look like a hand made paper fan.
  • 8)Roll it holding on one end to form a round. This is done to get the layers. Then roll out to make it like a chappathi.
  • :- Make sure to roll only on one side with the chappathi stick.
  • 9)Put this on a pan on low flame till the kerala porotta (paratha) is ready.
  • 10)Once done, use both hands and pat on the sides of the kerala porotta (paratha) to get the layers.
  • :- kerala porotta (paratha) is ready.
  • :- Serve kerala porotta (paratha) with beef or mutton or chicken curry.

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    Koshy
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    I am not a professional cook. But I have tried several recipes for porotta. This one is found to be the best. It is found to be better than the Porottas served in expensive hotels, let alone thattukadas. I used olive oil in place of oil.
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    Harish
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    I was always wondering to make protta thankyou a lot
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    sanjana
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    Very nice recipe . It's delicious
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    shils
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    If you really want to make nice porotta...Watch the way they make it when you visit Thattukada next time.. The perfection depents on the way you make it..and ofcourse you will have to use lot of oil while preparing the mix...
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    Aswin
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    Very Nice, and Thanks for Recipe, L Raj
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    Rakhi
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    Pretty good. Came out a bit hard and not in layers initially. But then with trials and a lot of oil it started coming out decently
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    Anand
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    Tried it but I think one egg will do instead of 2
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    Divya
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    tasty
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    Ambady
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    Its good..the recipe is quite useful.
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    chummu
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    It was very bad....!!!!! :( hardly any layers turned out
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    muskaan
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    did the exact way but did not taste the authentic kerala parotha
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    pinky
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    I hardly got any layers!
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    Sippy
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    It turned out flat. I have still not come across a recipe which can create the kerala paratha as it is served in the "Thattukada"
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