Dhoodh Chini ka Paratha | Sweet Paratha

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Chini ka paratha is come
out from my childhood memories… personally i love sugar paratha or meetha
paratha whatever you call… every kid loves chini ka paratha, if you cook
this paratha in desi ghee it makes more delicious. 
I love the taste of caramelize
sugar in parathas when we cook with ghee. This time i added green cardamom
powder and cinnamon powder also with sugar which gives the flavor to this
paratha. Add milk while kneading dough, it makes dough soft and keeps roti or
paratha soft for long time. Combination of milk, ghee, sugar and cardamom makes
paratha super delicious and healthy.

Chini ka Paratha | Sweet Paratha

Time: 15 Minutes
Time: 15 Minutes
Indian Flatbread
Method: Tawa Cooking
2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
1 Cup Milk
1 Tbsp. Oil
1/2 Cup Sugar
1 Tsp. Green Caradamom
1 Tsp. Cinnamon Powder
Desi Ghee Or Oil for Cooking
Wheat Flour for Dusting
Combine sugar, cardamom
powder and cinnamon powder together in one bowl and keep aside for furthur use.
Combine milk, flour and oil
in deep bowl to knead semi soft dough. Cover and keep aside for 10-15 minutes
atleast to set.
Divide the dough into equal
portion and roll it into circle using rolling pin.
Grease with oil and add 1
tbsp sugar stuffing and fold the edges in center. Again roll it into circle
using little flour.
Heat the non-stick tawa or
griddle and cook each paratha on a medium flame using little ghee on both side
till to golden and cook.
Serve hot gur aur til ka
paratha with chili or mango pickle.
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12 thoughts on “Dhoodh Chini ka Paratha | Sweet Paratha

  1. These chapatis sound fantastic Preeti..you have got those done so perfectly well too..though I have used sugar and cooked, never really remember combining milk as well..will try it out..

  2. I was once told by a friend that in their house traditionally milk is used in the dough when they have to take parathas on a trip. This version of cheeni paratha sounds wonderful.

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