Aloo Parantha happens to be one of the most popular unleavened flat-breads in the Indian subcontinent – crisp and golden on the the outside, the bread is generously stuffed with spiced potatoes, cooked on the skillet and served right away! Aloo Parantha is rich, scrumptious and to some extent a comfort food.
A parantha/paratha is an Indian unleavened flat-bread, and is mostly consumed in the northern regions of India. The word Paratha (Parantha in Punjab) is an amalgamation of the words parat = layers and atta= flour and which obviously combines to mean layers of cooked flour. Paranthas are consumed with meal on a daily basis, crisped and browned on the outside, while the inside would surprise you with almost transparent, paper thin and soft layers.