Traingular Plain Paratha





Parathas are flat Indian bread cooked on pan by applying oil/ghee/butter on both sides. They can either be stuffed with filling of you choice or made otherwise either triangular, circular or square in shape to eat with any side dish, tea or just milk.

You will need wheat flour, water, one or couple of tsp of oil and salt to knead the dough. Cover and keep the dough of few minutes to make soft parathas… There is no special trick of making the perfect paratha..You will need practice to make them right..My pictures just show the method of how to make a good paratha.. Remember to apply oil while folding the parathas to triangular shape.. and also while you cook on tawa so get soft flaky parathas

I am sending this entry to Mahima's basic cooking event

http://www.indianvegetariankitchen.com/2010/02/cooking-basics-event.html

12 comments:

  1. My mom used to make this way all her rotis..looks great..

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  2. I also prepare exactly same parathas and in same way. Lovely pictures with nice description.

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  3. i usually do this way only,looks nice too...

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  4. I make our regular rotis in this way by folding them..looks good ..

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  5. My mom made chappatis this way..they are usually very soft when made this way...
    these go great with eggs rolls that we have posted today..what a coincidence?

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  6. My Mum used to make same way parathas...looks delicious ...

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  7. Parathas looks so soft and fluffy da:)

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  8. Wow Soma, the parathas are looking like restaurant made ones!!! Nicely cooked and flaky!!!

    http://memoryarchieved.blogspot.com

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  9. Parathas are soft and fluffy! Nice step by step photos!

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  10. nice! can you please mention that you are sending this recipe to my cooking basics event?

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