Continuing with the saga of paratha and inspired once again by the parathe wali gali, I made a dessert paratha. The thing with paratha is that if you grew up eating them, you can not stop at one. Once you start eating them, it takes a considerable amount of self restraint to stop. Just like one can’t stop eating a warm, just out of the oven bread. It is a glutton thing. Honest.
But I must say, this is one paratha where you may want to eat more, but you just can’t. It is quite rich. So share and be happy.
I created this recipe with an inspiration from the parathewali gali. They have parathas with cashews, Mawa (Sort of like ricotta cheese), raisins etc. I did not have the expertise to roll out a paratha with huge cunks of cashews in them, so I had to improvise. I like to keep things easy.
And since my Hubz is someone who has sweet teeth ( Ok that’s not a phrase but he really loves his desserts), I decided to go ahead and make a dessert Paratha with all things sweet.
On that sweet note, it’s time ( Long overdue) to say Thank you to some blogger friends for the blog awards they so generously showered Spiceroots with.
for the award. It means a lot!
& Thank you Erivum Puliyum for the best health dish award
Here is my list :
Sonali at Only fish recipes http://www.onlyfishrecipes.com/ . Its quite fishy in there!
Rhea at http://euphorhea.blogspot.com/ : witty, fun and awesome recipes
Colleen : www.acurryofalife.com – West meets east and an adorable blog
Pushpa http://papadchai.blogspot.com/ Sharing is caring
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