First, knead flour for making paranthas. Take flour in a big bowl, add salt and 1 tsp ghee into it. Add water little by little in water and knead dough (during winter use lukewarm water for kneading the dough). For kneading this much quantity of flour, half a cup of water has been used. Cover the dough and keep it aside for half a hour to set.
Preheat a tawa. Take little amount of dough (equal to the size of lemon), roll and dust it with dry flour. Now roll it out into a poori with 3 inch circumference. Spread some ghee over it and place 1.5 tsp sugar over it. Lift the parantha from all sides and seal the sugar stuffing. Roll it back into a round dough ball.
Dust this sugar stuffed dough ball in dry flour and roll out into a parantha with 5 inch diameter. Roll the parantha very gently. Place the parantha over the tawa and when its roasted from beneath, flip the side. Spread some ghee over this roasted side. When the parantha is roasted from other side, flip it and spread some ghee over this side as well. Roast the parantha over medium flame until it get brown spots on both sides. Once roasted, take it off flame and place over a plate. Likewise roast all paranthas.
Delicious sweet paranthas are ready. If you open then from center, you can see sugar syrup inside. Kids relish eating these paranthas. Serve sweet parantha with jam, sauce or curd and enjoy eating.
This scrumptious parantha can be packed in tiffin for kids. They will surely like to have these paranthas.