Malaysian-Style Plain Paratha
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Malaysian-Style Plain Paratha

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Mirch Masala Malaysian Style Plain Paratha is an unleavned bread that originates from the Northen part of the Indian sub continent. Paratha or paranthas are very popular as a breakfast meal specially in north India. They are most popular in the state of punjab where they are popular breakfast meal.

Ingredients

Wheat Flour (40%), Water, Margarine (Palm Oil) (25%), Sugar, Salt, Baking Soda.


Warnings

Contains: wheat.

Made in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, milk, wheat and sesame.


Directions

Keep frozen.

Directions (do not thaw):

1. Peel one side of the plastic layering from the paratha and place the uncovered side on a preheated pan.

2. Now, remove the second piece of plastic layering.

3. Heat on medium-high to high heat for 2 minutes. Press paratha gently, then turn it over.

4. Heat for another 2 minutes, or until both sides are golden brown.

Mirch Masala Malaysian Style Plain Paratha is an unleavned bread that originates from the Northen part of the Indian sub continent. Paratha or paranthas are very popular as a breakfast meal specially in north India. They are most popular in the state of punjab where they are popular breakfast meal.

Ingredients

Wheat Flour (40%), Water, Margarine (Palm Oil) (25%), Sugar, Salt, Baking Soda.


Warnings

Contains: wheat.

Made in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, milk, wheat and sesame.


Directions

Keep frozen.

Directions (do not thaw):

1. Peel one side of the plastic layering from the paratha and place the uncovered side on a preheated pan.

2. Now, remove the second piece of plastic layering.

3. Heat on medium-high to high heat for 2 minutes. Press paratha gently, then turn it over.

4. Heat for another 2 minutes, or until both sides are golden brown.