5 Easy & Delicious Recipes You Can Make Using Frozen Parathas
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Frozen paratha is a delicacy that is not only convenient but also delicious to devour. The crispy, crunchy layers of the frozen parathas are mouthwatering yet aesthetically pleasing. Did you know you can make different food items using frozen parathas? Frozen parathas can be used as a base for a lot of recipes that require the use of puff pastry or dough.

However, you can use frozen parathas to create a base and enjoy your favorite dishes. If you still don’t know what I am talking about, then look no further because I have a list of all the delicious recipes you can try with the frozen item.

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1. Chicken Patties 

If you like bakery items, then you must be a fan of patties. This classic delicacy is a must-have for any high tea or snack party. What if we told you that you could make this delicious and healthy snack at home using frozen parathas? This recipe is not just easy to make but will also be the highlight of your next tea party.

2. Chocolate croissants

A must-have for dessert lovers. This French dessert comes in a variety of flavors. Suppose the idea of using puff pastry dreads you from baking your favorite snack. Instead, use frozen parathas, which will make your baking experience worthwhile.

3. Pizza Paratha

Want to have a quick pizza fix? Or you want to utilize some leftovers from the fridge? Then, you can use a frozen paratha to create a pizza paratha. Just gather your favorite toppings, pop the pizza in the oven, or cook it on low flame until it turned golden brown.

4. Braided Paratha Pockets

If you like bread, then you have to have bread. Bread is convenient, delicious, and a quick fix for those hunger pangs. However, it is quite a hassle to knead the dough and then cook it accordingly because it requires precision. So, if you like bread, try this recipe that will definitely be the star of your menu.

5. Tandoori Chicken Samosa 

Did you know you could use the paratha for the samosa filling? Neither do I! But it looks like this recipe is definitely going to replace the traditional samosa recipe because of all the crunchy layers the samosa will have because of paratha.

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