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  1. Hi I did write your recipe it looks very tasty , for staffing it calls for 2 cups of spinach , 1/2 tsp of cumin, 1/2 tsp of cumin, 1/2tsp of salt, 1/4 tsp of red crush chili flakes , 1 tsp of oil , and please tell me the other ingredient I can not understand it , I am learning to speak English…. My name is Alma my husband name is Paul and we love Indian food. Thank you so much.

  2. Your husband and children must be very lucky to have you as a wife and mom! Your recipes are great and your instructions are very easy to follow. Thank you, Madame Manjula!

  3. What is the second last ingredient, the one before the oil for frying? A pinch of what? Someone please help. I can't catch it and it's bothering me 🙂

  4. @Manjulaskitchen
    Hi Manjula,
    Thanks for your uploads. I am very greatful and am trying quite a few recipes of yours. I am not quite sure about the flour. Is wholemeal flour the same as wholeweat flour. It just is that in the shops I have looked they don't sell wholeweat flour. Can I use chapati flour or wholemeal flour?

  5. this is very interesting and i'm gonna try it.
    At the moment the way i make mine is add the spinach at the first stage of making roti dough, so actually mixing the atta and spinach together, i also add ginger and garlic too.

  6. Thank you so much! This is fantastic. I was looking all over for a simple spinach paratha recipe. And now I've found it. Can't wait to make this!

  7. how do your parathas puff up so nicely?Please help me as mine doesn't come so nicely…what is the trick?Is there a particular brand of atta thar I should buy?

  8. hello manjula, these parathas look great and I want to trty them today. I just have one question….when I make any parathas…they don't puff up as thry do for you…why is that so?Can I ask which brand atta do you use? I bought Swad atta last time from Indian stores..but could you please give me a solution for my parathas not puffing up like yours do?Thanks a lot.

  9. Hello,Manjula 🙂 Paratha (or paraha?)seems easy to cook,as well as Rati,that I made yesterday,and I like to use spinach:-)Thank you VERY MUCH !

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