Sweet Paratha | How to make sugar sweet paratha Recipe | Flavour Diary

I always find things which are easy and quick for after school snack as the snack should be easy and light to eat and most importantly delicious so that there shouldn't be any fuzz in having it. So this is one of my favorite as a kid and now my daughter loves it. 
In my fridge i always have a Chapati/paratha dough prepared for a day, so whenever i want to make chapati or parathi its already there.This sweet paratha is easy to make , mix the wheat flour with water and form a dough, make balls out of it, roll it, grease oil, add sugar, fold, roll and fry it.
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Level: Medium
Total time: 20 mins
Makes: 2-3
1 cup = 250ml


Wheat/Chapati flour: 1/2 cup
Oil/butter for applying and frying
Water as required
Sugar as desired (1 or 2 teaspoon for 1 paratha)


Add water to flour and form a dough and rest for 10 mins.
Need the dough and make golf size balls. 
Dust the ball with flour and roll it to make a paratha and then apply 1/2 teaspoon of oil and then add 1/2 tablespoon of sugar.
Fold the paratha as shown below.
Now again roll the folded dough, but be gentle this time and roll it evenly.
Heat the pan and fry the paratha on both sides on medium heat. Apply 1 teaspoon of oil after you flip the paratha.

Don't roll hard after you fold the paratha, otherwise sugar will come out and makes mess while it is getting fried.
If you want a hard sweet paratha then fry on low flame, which will make the paratha hard and you get a stiff paratha...yummy.

Yummy...Wanna try....let set go....


  1. Thanks for reminding such a simple and wonderful kids recipe . as soon I read the post asked mom n she made the sweet paratha , while eating it reminded me of my childhood days :)

    1. its my pleasure that i just reminded you beautiful memories

  2. Looks like a really nice recipe! Does the sugar melt as it's getting fried or is it grainy when you bite into it?

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    2. thank you for stopping by. the sugar melts when we fry it but it won't flood out. when we slice it the sugar syrup comes out. If we fry for longer time then paratha becomes bit hard and sugar caramelized and this also tastes great


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