- Frozen layers of unleavened flat bread made from wholewheat flour
- Soft on the inside and crispy on the outside
- Pan cook & ready to eat in minutes
- Perfect as a breakfast dish, snack or as an accompaniment to any Indian dish
- Also available in Plain
Fine Wheat flour, Wheat Bran, Margarine, Vegetable Oil, Water, Salt, Baking Powder (E500)
- Energy: 1228kJ, 296kcal
- Fat: 9g
- Of which Saturates: 5g
- Carbohydrates: 50g
- Of which Sugars: 0g
- Fibre: 9g
- Protein: 5g
- Salt: 2g
For allergens, see ingredients above in bold.
What is a Paratha?
Parathas are flatbreads that originate from the Indian Subcontinent and are usually more substantial than a chapatti. They are crispy on the outside when cooked, with layers of dough on the inside.
How long does it take to make them?
Well, traditionally making these from scratch would take hours to make as the process involves repeatedly layering and coating (a similar method used to make puff pastry). But we’ve taken the hard work out and these take 2-3 mins cooked in a non-stick pan. No oil or butter required.
Are these eaten as a savoury dish only?
Riya’s Parathas can be eaten with a savoury or sweet dish (Kids love adding Nutella to a cooked paratha!).
These are the best frozen paranthas I’ve tried so far. I don’t like the other versions/brands that are made of plain flour and that’s the best thing for me about these that these are wholewheat flour, in reality. Feels like homemade parantha, absolutely love it.
Would be good to see more options of wholewheat flour breads.
Muhammad Saqib Siddique –
Their whole meal parathas are the best. Just like home made.
These are awesome! So tasty and crispy. Good to see some decent parathas on the shelves. Mum likes them and she doesn’t usually eat anything that isnt home made!