Chini Paratha usually take us down the memory lane when we kids. We used to fussy about eating and our mothers used to come up with magical Chini paratha and we could not resist it. Even today we cannot resist them and if we get to know that we can have these delicious parathas during the auspicious month of monsoon or Shraavan, it definitely doubles up the fun and mood.
2.5 cup whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon refined oil
1 teaspoon ghee
1 cup water
sugar as required
2 dashes salt
In order to prepare this amazing dish, sprinkle salt over the whole wheat flour and mix in some oil and water to make a smooth dough. Cover the dough for about 20 minutes.
Pull out a medium dumpling from the dough and roll it in the form of a small circle. Spread the sugar all over the surface and bring together the edges towards the centre and again make a ball out of it. Now roll the dough to the size of a normal paratha and flip it over onto a griddle (tava).
Grease the parantha with oil or ghee and let it cook from both the sides until you see those black spots on the surface. Serve immediately.