Friday, 13 September 2013

Steps Of How To Make Parota

On Wednesday Hemani's mum came into our school staff room and made some Delicious Parota which is a yummy Indian food. Follow these instructions and you Parota will taste really tasty.          


You will need....
  • Coriander flour
  • Cauliflower
  • Onion
  • Coriander seed
  • Coriander powder
  • 2 raw potatoes
  • Cumin seed
  • Salt
  • Wheat flour
  • Water
  • Olive oil
  • Rolling Pin
  • 2 Bowls (1 for the Olive oil and 1 for the wheat flour)
  • A spoon
  • 2 ice-cream container (each for a purpose)
  • Pan

Step 1: Put the Olive oil into a bowl and leave it with a spoon in it.

Step 2: Get a bowl and put the wheat flour into it with a bit of water.

Step 3: Put the coriander seed, a raw potato, onion, coriander flour, and cauliflower into a ice-cream container.

Step 4: Now you need to get a ice -cream container and put in the the mixed wheat flour ( dough)

Step 5: Get a container and put in 1 kg of salt.

Step 6: Get a hand full of dough, make it look smooth, and put it in the bowl of cauliflower.

Step 7: Take the dough out, and flatten it with your rolling pin.

Step 8: After that, get a handful of that mix from Step 3 and put it in the center of the dough

Step 9: Get a pinch of salt and put it around the mix.

Step 10: Wrap the dough up and slap it hand to hand, and flat it again with the rolling pin.

Step 11: After it's flattened, put it on the pan and put some oil on each side and flip it over. And enjoy some Partoa.


  1. Awesome Ellis!
    I like the pictures,
    you really explained how to make Parota,
    Keep up the great work!

  2. Nice instructions Ellis.
    The parota looks very nice.
    Keep it up!

  3. Wow Ellis!
    The post looks great.
    I like how you have a great picture of the parota at the bottom.
    and your steps are amazing and in order.
    Well done:)

  4. Wow Ellis.
    The Parota looks very yummy in the photos.
    I like how you wrote how to make Parota.
    Well done:-)

  5. Awesome Ellis!
    Great post.
    I like your photos they look very yummy.
    You have explained how to make parota great.
    Keep up the good work Well done:)


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