booover 2 yearsParathas for our grandson! He‘s crazy about it!! Every time he comes, he asks for them! His favourite bread.9 comments,0 shares,10 likeslatifover 2 yearsMy favorite bread, too @boo! In the morning, dipping in tea...unbeatable!!!andrewshermanover 2 yearsThanks @boo it all looks fabulous 🙌 👏booover 2 years@andrewsherman I had 400 gr atta and 300 gr plain flour, 15 gr salt, 450 gr water and a pinch of yeast (just a pinch!). After the first kneading I leave the pastry for 2 hours.andrewshermanover 2 yearsNice looking parathas @boo 👍 What flour did you use? The dough looks really pale.Arthur vdHover 2 yearsNice looking stack @boo !traceyrossover 2 yearsLooks lovely @boo your grandson is going to grow up with lovely memories of your food. They look perfect.Jo dunnover 2 yearsThey look good @boo, reminds me of my Scots Nana making me Tattie scones (Scottish potato flatbreads, served hot with butter, or cooled, then fried with eggs).Hari Ghotraover 2 yearsThey remind me of the ones my mum used to make. She would do squares and triangles too. We used to have them with a spicy omelette rolled up inside with pickle - happy memories @boo just like your grandson will have. Thanks so much for sharing.