Thursday, March 8, 2012

Triangle Paratha - Triangle Roti Recipe | Easy Paratha Recipes

Triangle Paratha
Triangle Paratha - This is a easy version of layered paratha perfect to pack for kids lunch box as it stays soft for a longer time. Happy holi and happy womens day too all!
Triangle Paratha Recipe

Triangle Paratha / Triangle Roti Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 25 mins | Cooking Time : 5 mins for each paratha | Makes : 8 parathas
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: North Indian

Wheat Flour - 2 cups
Ghee - 1 tbsp + as required for folding
Oil - 2 tbsp
Salt - as required
Jeera - 1 tsp
Water - 3/4 to 1 cup (adjust according to consistency)

Method:

  1. Take all the ingredients in a dry bowl except water and mix well. Then add water to make a smooth pilable dough. Keep aside for 30mins - 1 hour. Knead it once and roll into lemon sized balls, I got 7 balls.
    How to make triangle paratha - Step1
  2. Using a chapathi roller roll out to a thin circle then add few drops of ghee and spread over evenly. Then fold to a semicircle, apply and spread ghee evenly. Then fold it again to form a triangle.
    How to make triangle paratha  - Step2
  3. Roll it to a thin roti or to desired thickeness, dust flour if it sticks. Heat tawa and add the roti carefully. Once bubbles starts appearing turn to other side,. Cook on both sides till brown spots starts appearing.
    How to make triangle paratha  - Step3
Serve with any pickle of your choice or with onion raita or just plain curd.
Triangle Paratha Recipe

My Notes:

  • While folding you can even skip the ghee for each layer and add oil/ghee while toasting
  • I didnt add oil while toasting, if you want you can add it.
  • This type of layered paratha stays softer for a longer time.
  • You can also add omam(ajwain) replacing jeera but personally I like jeera so have given that here.
Triangle Paratha Recipe

42 comments:

  1. Lovely looking parathas. perfect lunch box idea.

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  2. This is really interesting buddy.. awesome..Will surely try it

    Heli
    www.heliscookbook.com

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  3. I too make the same way. Looks inviting. Nice clicks.

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  4. i luv the layers of the chappathi..Nice idea!

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  5. Love these parathas, I usually add ajwain instead of jeera to this..

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  6. Super puffed up rotis! Looks tempting! Loved the click showing puffed roti!

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  7. Love the flavors added..yummy paratha..

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  8. i love this paratha..i make this often..

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  9. Thanks a lot for sharing the step by step triangular rotis.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. Simple and healthy paratha...my anytime favourite..

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  11. Wow.. this is how my mom makes paratha.. looks delicious and makes me want one right now :)

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  12. awesome..u made it perfectly........vl try this....
    Maha

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  13. wow very impressive post....very nicely presented...

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  14. I make it the same way too and sometimes I add ajwain.

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  15. my mom does every time we do mooli paratha.. i almost associate mooli with triangles..good one :)

    Ongoing Event: I'm a STAR

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  16. Delicious and perfectly made parathas...

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  17. Lovely triangle parathas.. I like to add kummel seeds too sometimes.tastes really good.

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  18. Wow an easy sounding recipe and the results look so tasty! - Cathy Pieroz at Ray White Alexandra Hills

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  19. I make this once in a blue moon but absolutely love it..

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  20. I too love the triangular parathas,my mil always makes this whenever she makes chapathi.The flaky chapathis taste so good even after cooling down!

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  21. Perfect layered parathas.. will add it to my lunch box menu :)

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  22. lovely.. i also make it the same way.. lovely clicks!

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  23. Parathas looks perfect and yummy...looks tempting.

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  24. I too use to make same parathas but now a days i making them in square shape. when i roll the tringle shaped paratha corners remain very thick.

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  25. My mom makes it this way.. this was our breakfast.. Love it

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  26. Thanks for the amazingly simple way to make a paratha. The pictures which u post are really good. Thanks a lot. It helps lots of guys like me staying away from home to eat good food :)

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  27. My mil always makes this one and this one looks very soft and yummy

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  28. Tasty recipe and very perfect paratas.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  29. This is my all time fav. My mom used to make it, but i don't have the patients to do it. Perfect looking pictures Sharmi. YUM!

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  30. Chapathi looks so fantastic sharmi lovely pic.

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  31. Nice, love this shape. Must try sometime.

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  32. Hi Sharmi..thanks for the post as it rekindled my memories..my mom used to make this..now cos of your post i made it yesterday for my kids..it was awesome..thanks sharmi..

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  33. @Anu : Thats great to hear that you tried and am glad you liked it...:)

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  34. Great pics, my kids love this shaped paratha !!!

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  35. All parathas r yummmy especially aloo or mooli also keema paratha yummmy

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  36. All parathas r yummy especially aloo or mooli not forgetting keema parathas hmmmmmmm yummy

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