Farata (Traditional Mauritian Name)

‘Farata’ the Mauritian derivative of Paratha is a kind of layered pan fried flat bread. It is part of our rich cultural heritage and is now deeply rooted in Mauritian cuisine. The best thing about Farata is that it calls for only three basic ingredients – flour, water and oil, cooked on a ”tawa” (traditional Mauritian frying pan). Farata is best served warm with spicy curries as a main course.

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