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Shana Paratha 97p @ Asda
Shana Paratha 97p @ Asda

Shana Paratha 97p @ Asda

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Just cook it !. Paratha, the unleavened bread originating in the northern part of the Indian sub-continent, have always been popular because of their crispy, soft texture with a light savoury taste. Shana Paratha are a joy to eat and are consumed at breakfast with yoghurt and pickle; at lunch or dinner as a meal in itself, or as a snack rolled up. Not only, has Shana perfected the tastiest Paratha, they have taken out all the tedious work involved in making them. For the perfect Paratha, all you need is a non-stick frying pan, a few minutes and a packet of Shana Parathas
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You have these with a curry ,instead of a naan bread.Very nice.

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You have these with a curry ,instead of a naan bread.Very nice.



you wouldnt have these, parathas are heavy and normally have a filling inside.
japati's (roti) is what you would have instead of nan bread

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you wouldnt have these, parathas are heavy and normally have a filling … you wouldnt have these, parathas are heavy and normally have a filling inside. japati's (roti) is what you would have instead of nan bread



actually, plain paratha is a very common bread to eat with curries, and due to the layering effect, they are far from "heavy" (i personally prefer them due to the fact that they are not as stodgy as naan).

one note of caution with these - they absorb the oil you cook them in, a lot, so it's best to use ghee butter than something like vegetable oil or sunflower oil, otherwise you'll end up with very greasy bread.

We have similar thing in Staffordshire called an Oatcake, LOL

Will fill them with cheese and bacon or sausage
http://wpcontent.answers.com/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/74/Oatcakes.jpg/220px-Oatcakes.jpg
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