This flaky East Indian bread is made with whole wheat flour and fried on a griddle. Parathas range from the simple to the exotic. The basic version simply has Ghee (clarified butter) brushed between multiple layers of dough that are then folded and rolled out again. This technique creates a flaky bread resembling puff pastry. More exotic versions of paratha are stuffed with various vegetables, fruits, herbs or spices.

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