Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Triangle Paratha | Layered Paratha | Paratha Recipe

Triangle paratha, an easy layered paratha made with wheat flour. I had tasted this paratha often in restaurants, but very rarely i make them at home.When i got bored of regular chapathi/roti, it would make this. It's so soft than the regular chapathi and it stays soft for longer hours than chapathi,so sometimes i pack them for our one day trips. And my other layered rotis are

Triangle Paratha

Preparation Time : 30 mins | Cooking Time : 20 minsMakes :
Recipe Category: Paratha | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients
Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Oil - 1 tsp 
Salt - to taste 
Water
Oil - as needed for making & roasting paratha.

Procedure
Take the flour and salt in a bowl & mix well, then add  1 tsp of oil to the flour and mix it well.Then add water little by little to make a pliable dough with hand.Knead the dough for 2 mins and cover it with plate and keep aside for 30 mins. After 30 mins, make 9 equal sized ball from the dough. Dust the working counter with flour and take one ball of dough at a time and roll into thin sheets with the help of rolling pin.Using pastry brush, apply oil all over the sheets.Once the oil is applied all over,fold into half as shown below.Now again fold the dough into  half and it look like triangle,then dust the flour on both sides of the dough.And then gently roll into bigger triangle with rolling pin.In the mean time, heat the tawa. Once tawa is ready, grease it with oil & add the rolled paratha.Apply some oil on the top and cook on both sides till the brown spots appears on the paratha.Remove it on the plate and do the same for the remaining dough.Tasty & layered triangle paratha is ready.
Notes:
  • Instead of oil, you can use ghee to brush the rolled sheets to enhance the taste & flavor.
  • The dough shouldn't be sticky, otherwise the layers would merge and couldn't get separate layers after cooking.
  • Keep the flame in medium for entire process.

See the layers,now it's time to dig in

1 comment:

  1. Love how flaky and soft your parathas are. Soooo delicious!!

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