Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Indian Parota

Indian Parota
On Wednesday Hemani's mum (Usha) came in and taught us how to make Indian Parota. This is how to make it.

Made by Teva and I.

black pepper
coriander powder


Hot plate
Rolling pin
2- ice cream containers

Step 1: Prepare the ingredients

Step 2: Grab the 2 potatoes wash them and then put them in the microwave for 15 minutes.

Step 3: While the potatoes are warming up cut the cauliflower into small pieces same with the coriander and cut the onion into small pieces.

Step 5: Get the potatoes out of the microwave and peel them, after mash with the masher.

Step 6: Mix the cauliflower and the coriander onions and potatoes together add salt and coriander powder then mix again.

Step 8: Mix the wheat flower and the water together to make it kind of like dough and take a handful of dough and roll  it up into a 3D circle.

Step 9: Take a handful of dough and roll up into a 3D circle.
Finished result.

Step 10: Put the rolled up dough in the plain dry flour.

Step 11: Roll pin the dough out a into a little flat circle and put a handful of the mixture into the flat circle.

Step 13: Pinch each side of the dough together so that the mixture is tucked inside.

Step 14: Roll the mixture and the dough together outwards with the roll pin.

Step 15: Then put the dough on the hot plate.

Step 16: Wait till it is warm and eat!


  1. Great remembering all the steps, ingredients, and the equipment. That is fantastic. Well done :-)

  2. Awesome work Zach. I like that you made a Drawing about it. Well done!

  3. Wow Zach!
    Those are some pretty good instructions,
    I like how you added some pictures with the instructions/method.
    Keep up the awesome work Zach!

  4. Great Zach.
    That is really well done.
    Cool illustration.
    Keep up the great work.

  5. Great Method Zach, you showed how to make a Indian Parota perfectly. I like your drawing it's really cool. Your instructions were easy to read but not too easy. Awesome Zach keep it up, you deserve more comments.

  6. Awesome Zach!
    I really enjoy reading your instructions step by step.
    It really explains how to make an Indian Parota.
    Did you enjoy eating it?
    I hope you did.
    I really like how you have out the finished results at the bottom.
    Well done:)

    1. Yes, the Parota was very nice.

  7. Awesome Zach!! and awesome steps.

  8. Awesome Zach
    I choose this on my report because I think it is awesome because he explained it very well and the picture looks amazing that you drew on google drawing
    well done


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