Plain Triangle Paratha | How to make Plain Triangle Paratha

By Priyanka Bagdi  |  10th May 2018  |  
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  • Plain Triangle Paratha, How to make Plain Triangle Paratha
Plain Triangle Parathaby Priyanka Bagdi
  • Prep Time

    5

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  • Cook Time

    25

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  • Serves

    3

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About Plain Triangle Paratha Recipe

What we can tell you about Indian Parathas! Healthy, Tasty. As a kid in school or a grown-up man at work, you can find these Parathas in everyone's tiffin. From Plain to Stuffed, Paratha or Roti is certainly the most healthiest. No yeast - all prepared in your Kitchen - we can say, life is not really complete without it. We are bringing you the Recipe for Plain Paratha. This can be in your dish along with any Sabzi or Daal or even it can go with a Pickle or Chutney.

Plain Triangle Paratha

Ingredients to make Plain Triangle Paratha

  • Whole wheat flour / Atta – 1 cup
  • salt – ¼ tsp
  • oil – 2 tsp
  • water for kneading as required
  • ghee for roasting as required
  • oil as required

How to make Plain Triangle Paratha

  1. In a mixing bowl, take 1 cup of Whole Wheat flour (Atta), add ¼ tsp of Salt and 2 tsp of Oil.
  2. Add Water as required, knead a soft dough and allow the dough to rest for 20 Min.
  3. Take the small round portion of the dough and dust flour on the floor.
  4. Start rolling about three inch round Paratha.
  5. Apply ¼ tsp of Oil all over the round Paratha and fold into Triangle shaped.
  6. Start rolling the triangle Paratha and place it on preheated Tawa.
  7. Roast from both the sides for 1 Min and then apply 1 tsp of Ghee from both the sides and roast the Paratha.
  8. In a similar way, make all the Parathas.
  9. Serve the Paratha with any type of curry.

My Tip:

If the dough gets little sticky and rolling has a problem it’s perfectly good to add some amount of dry flour to the dough to make it soft and pliable. Line a hot pot with cotton towel, place the cooked parathas on the pot and cover it, which will make the parathas stay soft for a long time. Instead of Ghee, you can use Oil also to roast the Parathas.

Reviews for Plain Triangle Paratha (1)

Shelly Sharma6 months ago

Excellent recipe.
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