Humza Masala Methi Paratha

Healthy, tasty and flaky flatbread stuffed with fenugreek leaves and a blend of spices. Ready in a few minutes and stomach filling too, this paratha goes well with Masala tea, yoghurt and pickle.

  • Nutritional Value/100g
    • Energy - 1433kJ/341kcal
    • Fat - 13g
    • Saturates - 2.8g
    • Carbohydrates - 50g
    • Sugars - 1.3g
    • Fibre - 2.4g
    • Protein - 5.6g
    • Salt - 1.2g
  • Ingredients
    • Wheat flour, water, margarine [ palm oil, antioxidants, emulsifiers, acidity regulator: citric acid, water, preservative: potassium sorbate], fenugreek 2%, vegetable oil, spices 1% (garlic, ginger, cumin seeds, coriander, mixed spices), salt, sugar, baking powder (E500)

  • Preparation & Storage
    • Remove Paratha from the freezer. Do not defrost, as this may make the dough too sticky. Peel the plastic layers from both sides of the Paratha and place it on a preheated non-stick frying pan. Wait for 1 or 2 minutes and turn over. Press the Paratha
      gently. When both sides are golden brown, remove the Paratha from the frying pan. Serve Immediately. * Not suitable for heating in microwave oven

      Storage Instructions: Keep Frozen at -18°C. Do not refreeze once thawed. Once defrosted, keep refrigerated and consume within 2 days.

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