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This simple-to-prepare paratha dish will complement either chicken dish above very nicely.
- Mix the flour with baking powder and add a pinch of salt. Add water a little bit at a time, just until the flour can be made into a thick dough. Then, roll the dough into balls about an inch in diameter. Add a drop of oil, then flatten them with the heel of your palm and fold into a half-circle. Brush the flattened dough with well-beaten egg.
- Get out your tava and heat it to medium-high. Pour on some canola oil, just enough to coat the bottom. Then fry the dough half-circles, flipping when brown.
Maida is a type of refined flour.
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