An Indian flatbread known as a paratha (pronounced) is a flatbread that originated on the Indian subcontinent and is now found in the modern-day countries of India and Sri Lanka, as well as Pakistan, Bangladesh, the Maldives, and Myanmar, where wheat is the traditional staple food. It is a fusion of the terms parat and atta, which literally translates as ″layered baked dough.″
What is parathas?
Petrina Verma Sarkar is a model and actress. Parathas (Indian flatbreads that are cooked in a skillet) are a delectable delicacy. Crispy and flaky, they go nicely with almost any Indian food, whether it’s a gravied curry or a dry stir-fry, and they are easy to make.
What do you eat a Paratha with?
The traditional way to consume flat parathas is to wrap them up and either dip them in the curry sauce or stuff them with meat and veggies, then eat them like a burrito. A paratha is a flatbread made from vegetable fat that is native to the Indian subcontinent and is mostly enjoyed in India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh, among other places.