We need to make the Bajra Parantha a bit thick else it wil break when you pick it up.
Apply some oil on the pan(tawa) and spread it all over. Carefully place the paratha on the heated pan.When the paratha is cooked on the lower surface we will turn it over. We come to know about the paratha being cooked as its upper surface turns a little dark. After the paratha is cooked from both sides apply some oil on the parantha and spread evenly then turn the parantha again. Now evenly apply oil to the other side of the parantha as well. Press parantha gently with a ladle and cook till brown spots appear on both the sides.
Paratha is now brown and cooked on both sides, remove it from the pan and keep it on a plate, small bowl or a plate covered with paper napkin.
Similarly make parathas with all the pieces of dough.
We were able to make 6 parathas with the given amount of flour.
Serve Millet/Bajra Flour Masala Paratha with a thick dal or your favourite curry, curd , chutney or pickle.
You can use chopped Methi (fenugreek)/Bathua instead of spinach in the parathas.
Millet/Bajra Flour Masala Paratha Recipe video in Hindi