Paratha Taj Original Plain Paratha is one of the best-frozen parathas in the market. It is loved by many due to its soft and layered texture when cooked. As it is a plain paratha, it can be eaten with a variety of Indian curries and cooked vegetables or meat.
These parathas are made up of wheat flour and can be cooked easily and quickly for instant consumption. It lessens your cooking time and perfectly complements almost any Indian meal. It tastes like a home-cooked paratha and is perfect for those who want to save up on time or are new to cooking.
Features & Health Benefits(including plain paratha calories)
- The parathas contain no artificial preservatives
- It is ready to cook once out of the packet
- The calories in one paratha are around 130 calories
- It is Halal and also vegetarian
- The fibre content in the paratha aids digestion
- It is an excellent choice for breakfast as it provides energy for the day
The nutritional content (of per 100g) of the frozen paratha is as follows:
- Energy: 1355kJ/324kcal
- Fat: 13.8 g
of which saturates: 7.5 g
- Carbohydrate: 43.8 g
of which sugars: 3.8 g
- Fibre: 2.5 g
- Protein: 6.3 g
- Salt: 1.1 g
Following are the ingredients used in making the frozen paratha:
- Wheat Flour
- Rice Flour
- Margarine (Palm-Based)
- Palm Oil
- Baking Powder
Dishes That Can Be Tried With Plain Paratha
Following are the complimentary dishes that one can try with plain paratha:
- Sweetened curd (curd with mixed powdered sugar)
- Vegetables cooked with spices (potatoes, ladyfinger, etc.)
- Butter Chicken (spiced and flavourful chicken with creamy texture)
- Kadai Paneer (paneer cooked with khada masala)
- Dal Makhni (a buttery dish made with urad and rajma)
- Mango Pickle
You can enjoy all these dishes with Taj Original Plain Paratha, which one can buy from Red Rickshaw. One can also get £5 off on 1st order and avail of free delivery of the product on the expenditure of £50 or more in the UK Mainland (excluding Scottish Highlands).
Plain Paratha Recipe:
Prep Time: 0 min.
Cooking Time: 1 - 2 min.
- Taj Original Plain Paratha
- Oil/Ghee (clarified butter)
- Take out a packet of frozen paratha from the freezer.
- Make sure not to defrost the paratha as it can make the dough too sticky.
- Peel off the outer layer of plastic from the individual paratha.
- Heat a non-stick frying pan with a flat base.
- Place the paratha on the heated pan. Cook on both sides for a minute or two.
- You can choose to apply a bit of oil or ghee on both sides of the paratha for that extra glaze.
- Once the paratha is slightly crispy and golden brown on both sides, take it off the pan.
- Serve hot with a dip, vegetable, meat-dish, curd or pickle and enjoy the home-style meal!