The festival season is abuzz! Whether you are celebrating Dussehra or Diwali, both occasions call for a whole lot of yummy food. But who wants the same tried and tested recipes? This festive season, we bring you an array of awesome new recipes. If you love to try out new recipes but just don’t have enough time then Kawan Paratha can be your trusted partner!
We’re going to show you how in just 3-minutes, you can create something simple yet delicious and innovative to make your celebrations a lot more special this year.
Kawan Banana Chocolate Puff
2 pcs Kawan Paratha, 2 pcs Banana (sliced), 30g Chocolate Spread, 1 Egg (beaten)
In a bowl, mix the banana slices with the chocolate spread until evenly coated. To prepare paratha puff, thaw paratha thoroughly. Cut paratha into half. Place the banana chocolate mixture and fold paratha into half. Seal the edges by pressing lightly with fork. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 190°C for10 minutes until the paratha is golden brown and puffs up.
Kawan Coconut Paratha Puff
Cut 1 Kawan Paratha into quarters. Add a little ghee/clarified butter in a pan and toast 1 cup of desiccated coconut. Then add powdered cashew, almonds and dates into it with ¾ cups of sugar. Mix well. Lightly mash the mixture, and spread it over 1 paratha quarter. Top with another quarter. Seal the edges of the paratha quarters with a fork. Brush the beaten egg lightly over the paratha puff. Repeat steps 1-4 for the rest of the quarters. In an oven preheated to 190 deg C, bake the paratha puffs until they turn golden brown. Serve warm.
Kawan Peanut & Caramel Slices
Fry Kawan Paratha in a very hot pan until golden-brown on both sides and keep aside. Mix a bowl full of roasted salted peanuts with chilled caramel cream/golden syrup or even melted the sugar. Spread this mixture evenly on top of the paratha. Cut into triangles and serve.
Kawan Mango and Cheese Pie
2 pcs Kawan Paratha, 1 large Ripen Mango (peeled, and diced), 200g Cream Cheese, Castor Sugar to taste
Pre-heat oven at 180°C. Remove paratha from the freezer and discard the plastic films. Place the paratha on a baking tray and leave to thaw for approximately 5 – 10 minutes. In a clean bowl, whisk cream cheese with sugar until smooth and creamy. Place diced mangoes on one side of the paratha surface and fill with a spoonful of cream cheese. Fold the paratha over and seal ends by pressing gently with a fork. Egg wash the surface with beaten whole egg and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Repeat with remaining roti and filling. Chill pies in the fridge for at least 30 minutes before frying. Fry pies until golden brown and crispy, 3–4 minutes per batch. Serve after it cools.
Gud Ka Paratha
Add 2 teaspoons of grated jaggery and a little ghee onto an uncooked Kawan Paratha. Sprinkle cardamom powder as well and then press it down lightly. Fold the paratha halfway and seal the edges with a fork. Apply little ghee on the hot Tawa , and cook the paratha on a slow flame till its golden brown on both sides transfer it onto a plate and poke it with a fork and brush a little ghee on either side.
Get into the festive spirit and try out these simple recipes! Order Kawan Paratha at www.kawan.in today and make this festive season a memorable (and sweeter) one for you and your loved ones.