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Lachcha Paratha

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My first experience with Lachcha Paratha was no doubt pleasant. This crispy-layered version of paratha made me enjoy thick Indian gravies a lot more than I used to. Lachcha Paratha holds much flavor than the regular paratha. You can have an omelet with this bread and it will taste much better than ever. Lachcha Paratha is tasty on its own and when combined with your main dish, that’s a whole new story.

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I agree that preparing this bread takes time, but it’s worth it. In fact, I believe the time spent preparing Lachcha Paratha contributed in its amazing taste. Having said that let me tell you, making this bread is not difficult at all.

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Try Lachcha Paratha with some of my previous recipes like Butter Chicken, Mulbar Beef Curry, and Palak Paneer.

Now, just because it’s an Indian bread doesn’t mean you can only have it with Indian food, it goes so well with Cheddar or Blue Cheese too.

Tip: Using high-quality butter not only enhances the flavor of Lachcha Paratha but enhances its aroma and texture too.

If you’re not comfortable using butter in this recipe, you can use oil.

So here it is!

17 Comments

  1. Loved those layers… Would love it with Paneer butter masala

  2. Breads from around the world are facinating to me. Cultures from opposite ends of the planet often have similar breads or methods. Bosnian pita dough is first rolled paper thin, and eventually ends up coiled like this bread.I have never had lachcha paratha but your recipe is easy to follow and your video makes everything clear. I am excited to try this. Thank you!

    • Arinacooking

      I agree! There are many dishes that looks and maybe tastes the same, yet has different names in different countries 🙂

  3. Muna, these paratha look wonderful. I just made some sweet potato soup…shall I bring some over 🙂 ?

  4. I enjoy making these roti parata at home looks wonderful

    • Arinacooking

      Thanks Dear, I love Indian bread and planing to have more and different types on my blog soon!

  5. My hubby & son love paratha especially with curry. I’m sure they’ll love your recipe. Great hearing from u over at Twitter 🙂 Have a lovely week ahead & do chk out my 1st post on Penang when u’ve time.

    • Arinacooking

      With God’s blessings I have many friends over the internet and I try my best to touch base with all whenever possible!
      Hope you try my Paratha. Let me know how you like it 🙂

  6. The Café Sucré Farine

    Looks fabulous and you may it look SO EASY! thanks!

  7. sonali dey

    I had several times these lachcha paratha in CHENNAI, i really enjoy it ,but used to wonder how do they .mk, but today suddenly i .ws going through ur blog .fr this pita bread , suddenly saw ur this recipe, i Cnt wait more, in night will .mk this, really gud

    • Arinacooking

      Hey Sonali, thanks for visiting my blog, glad you’ve enjoyed my Lachcha Paratha, hope you enjoy this delightful bread 🙂

  8. sonali dey

    Dear I’m gonna try hummus nd lachcha paratha today, ystrdy evening i soaked chick peas ,its not the processed one, I’m newly married Bengali women, so .cn u pls tell me wheather i need to boil the chickpeas ,i already removed the skin,Plssss help:-)

    • Arinacooking

      Congratulations Sonali and may God bless your marriage 🙂
      Now for the chickpeas. You have to boil them for one hour, drain them, and boil them again until tender, this may take two hours or so, but if you’re using pressure cooker it won’t take long. Hope this helped.

      Oh! And to make life easy one you, don’t bother removing the skin in the future, you can blend it with the skin on.

  9. sonali dey

    Thanks dear, Whr r u put up now,me in India,northeast side:-) ur good name s mun :-),just now me gonna keep chickpeas in pressure cooker 🙂