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Sweet Nutella, Sugar and Gura Paratha (Busri)

Sweet #Paratha made with #Sugar, #Gurh and #Nutella. We bring you our signature trick for sealing the sides so watch carefully!

This sweet sugary version of the paratha is called Busri in Sindhi.

Many Thanks to Mrs Mumtaz Memon​ who told us “This paratha sealing technique was passed on from my grandmother who had been using it over 80 years ago. The roti rolling technique is also inherited from my grandmother.”

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Ingredients:

  • Dough as required

For Cheeni paratha (Bursi):

  • Cheeni (Sugar) as required
  • Elaichi (Cardamom seeds) as required

For Gurh paratha (Bursi):

  • Gurh (Jaggery) as required
  • Elaichi (Cardamom seeds) as required

For Nutella paratha:

  • Nutella as required
  • Oil for frying

Directions:

For Cheeni paratha (Bursi):

Take a small dough,roll out dough into round shape with the help of rolling pin,apply oil and cut from the center.

Dust flour and roll out one side and make small ball dough again.

Repeat the step and make small ball dough.

Roll out small ball dough into round shape with the help of rolling pin and set aside.

Roll out one more dough into round shape,spread sugar and cardamom seeds,place another round dough on top and seal edges.

For Gurh paratha (Bursi):

Roll out small ball dough into round shape with the help of rolling pin and set aside.

Roll out one more dough into round shape, spread gurh and cardamom seeds,place another round dough on top and seal edges.

For Nutella paratha:

Roll out small ball dough into round shape with the help of rolling pin and set aside.

Roll out one more dough into round shape, spread nutella,place another round dough on top and seal edges.

Heat oil in frying pan and fry all stuff parathas.