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      Salam all,

      Ok ladies, help me become superwoman one task at a time. I wanna know if there is a way to make phulkas and parathas and freeze them. I do get frozen stuff but its made of maida and right now I am trying that we eat maximum stuff homemade and also prefer aata walay phulka and paratha.

      Pls give directions in detail thank you lovely ladies you rock

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      Just make em as usual and put them in freezer lock bags.

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      If you can become master of half cooking them, so when you thaw them and reheat them on Tawaa, they get fully cooked


      One of our family friends use to do that., cook paratha half way (where you oil of inner of it and bailo it and cook it) and then they use to put ot in freezer. Rest of cooking when they thawed it
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      ^Yes I forgot to mention don't cook them fully
      before freezing them. The method TLK posted
      should work well.

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      I dont like frozen paratha or roti at all, I HAVE to have fresh roti and paratha no matter wht, but my mum sometimes freeze naan wrapping them in cooking foil

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      amina same here,,

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      atleast phulkas r supposed to be made fresh and eat fresh..so far as parathas r concerned u can freeze them in a stack separated by butter paper or normal polythene bag...no need to half-cook them even...

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      Quote Originally Posted by sadi79 View Post
      Salam all,

      Ok ladies, help me
      thank you lovely ladies you rock
      Quote Originally Posted by TLK View Post
      If you can become master of half cooking them, so when you thaw them and reheat them on Tawaa, they get fully cooked


      One of our family friends use to do that., cook paratha half way (where you oil of inner of it and bailo it and cook it) and then they use to put ot in freezer. Rest of cooking when they thawed it
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      Why don't u buy the ones that are alreday frozen, saves u from making them in the first place
      Hamain maat dhondna duniya ki bheed main... Hum milein ge tumhain tumhari parchayi main



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      ^ coz those frozen parathas are made of maida...and right now I would like to incorporate as much healthy stuff as I possibly can

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      ^Wheat frozen parathas have been out in the market for a while now.
      Don't you get them where you live?

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      ^nope we don't get wheat frozen parathas or rotis where I live

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