What Is Paratha?
Paratha is a flatbread in Indian cuisine, usually filled with potatoes. Typically, they have some type of interior material that varies depending on your choice.
This recipe is for flatbread with potatoes. Therefore, they are called "aloo" (potato) parathas.
What To Serve with Paratha?
The best options to serve with paratha are assorted different dips. This is because parathas are very convenient to eat with your hands, so people will tend to want to dunk them into some kind of sauce.
We would suggest going for a cooling mint yogurt if you’re not too fond of spice, or the option of a spicy lime pickle if you like to turn up the heat!
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Aloo Paratha:
How To Store Paratha?
The best way to store parathas is after they’ve been partially cooked in the pan. At that point, place each half-cooked paratha separately to fully cool. Then, stack them with a sheet of baking paper between each one and store them in freezer bags.
When you want to eat them, remove the paper from the parathas and allow them to sit on the counter for around thirty minutes at room temperature. Once they’re at room temperature, cook them as you would if they were fresh.