2 to 3 tbsp milk (optional, use to skip soaking time)
Water as needed
1 tsp turmeric
fistful coriander leaves (chopped)
salt as needed
1 tsp oil
oil for roasting
Add to a mixing bowl, flour, paneer, turmeric, salt, coriander leaves, and milk then water . Mix all the ingredients and make a soft dough.
Pour 1 tsp oil . And then some oil to the ball and wrap it in a moist cloth. Set this aside for at least 15 minutes, if milk has been used. Otherwise the dough needs a good soak for about an hour at least.
Make small balls out of the dough, sprinkle flour over the rolling area, roll each of these balls like a parata. Finish rolling all the balls and set aside separately.
Heat a tawa on a high flame, when it is hot transfer each paratha and fry as we would fry a normal roti on both the sides, sprinkling little oil and pressing on the paratha lightly to puff it up. Fry till lightly golden on both the sides