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Monday, November 14, 2011

Triangle-paratha-recipe

I got this recipe through mail from my friend Sangeeta along with the aloo bhindi recipe, she wanted me to post a wide North-Indian spread, so she sent all the recipes for the spread, but I am so lazy to make all together and post, so posting one by oneWinking. This is sure a nice lunch box idea for kids and for us too. Kids will be delighted to have it for lunch box to have triangle, square parathas instead of our regular parathas. This is simpler than stuffed parathas to make in morning hours.


Triangle Paratha recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch / Dinner
Prep Time: 30 mins    |  Cook time: 5 mins per paratha    Yields: 7 Rotis

Ingredients


Wheat flour/ Atta  1 cup 
Red chilli powder  1 & 1/2 tsp 
Oil  1 tblsp 
Ghee  2 tsp 
Salt  As needed 
Ajwain(optional)  1 tsp 


Method

  1. Mix everything in a bowl except ghee well and add water to make a smooth pliable dough. Keep aside for 1/2 hour and again knead and make 6-7 equal balls.
  2. t1
  3. Roll out first into a thin circle as we roll for usual roti and then apply ghee and fold into half,then again apply ghee and fold into quarter.
  4. t2
  5. Then roll it carefully to a triangle shaped paratha to desired thickness.Cook on both sides until brown spots starts to appear in medium flame. After finishing making all the parathas, give a gentle tap to define the layers.
  6. t3

Serve simply with boondi raita or vegetable raita and pickle.

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60 comments:

  1. Wow yummy,tasty and delicious paratha.Tempting a lot.

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  2. my mil always makes triangle parathas. but i have never tried so far. nice addition of chilli powder and ajwain to this. nice parathas to pair with veg raitha. loved the first pic of the raitha

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  3. My ma-in-law always makes chapathis this way,spreading some ghee in between the layers.I am happy to eat triangle chapathi than the round version anyday:)

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  4. Its been ages I made chapati(paratha),got so much used regular roti..but love 2 eat flaky chapathis

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  5. very simple n easy parathas....adding chilly powder gives nice colour and taste too....raitha looks very colourful and creamy...nice pics!

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  6. Mom makes these quite often..They taste absolutely delicious with ghee between the layers..The result ia soft, mouthwatering chapathis... :) Nice post Raks..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. will try this soon. I wanted to make triangle parathas for a long time..Looks yummy :)

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  8. Delicious paratha...........

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  9. Easy n yummy parathas...veg raitha is a perfect match and both looks so inviting...lovely pic!!

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  10. very tempting and the raita too....

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  11. That was ultimate...nice clicks...really mouth watering.... I will be glad to contact you....

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  12. Super delicious and healthy pair, inviting..

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  13. Mom makes her regular chapathi this way, oiling inbetween to get layers..and she gets a triangle chapathis..!!Love the texture of those !! nice one !!

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  14. As told you did the same yday and now you are tempting me again ..looks so gud with that raita

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  15. Colorful paratha,Even i have a recipe in my draft..Luv the sour cream raita pic.

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  16. awesome clicks and I always love the way you present :)

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  17. Love that raita snap. So colorful and pleasing to the eyes. I too make this one for Arjun as he loves that shape.

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  18. Tempting parathas..lovely
    Will surely try this..bookmarked.

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  19. I adore your recipes Raks! its my go to guide for anything south Indian Veggie! I am in so so love with your blog :)..have passed around your blog address to my friends and they too share the same opinion :)Keep up the good work ..
    Parathas and raita luks absolutely yummy!

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  20. Paratha looks amazing and fulfilling and inviting.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. My mother used to make this!of course without the chilli powder and ajwain nice recipe and nice clicks!

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  22. What perfect shape you have got. Love the parathas and th raita is simply yummmm..

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  23. My dad always made these (He was incharge of rolling out chapathis every evening) when I was growing up.. I loved the ghee flavour and the layers... You are right that these make great lunches.

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  24. YUMMO..This looks awesome..You have made perfectly dear..

    Do visit my blog too
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  25. This paratha has a spicy touch! Like with the cooling raita on the side!

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  26. Nice parathas and that raita looks mouth watering!!!

    vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com

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  27. Stunning triangle parathas with raita raji. I would not bother about any other curry when raita is served with parathas. Pics are awesome.

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  28. Love the spiced up perfect looking parathas ~ my all time fav with lal mirch ka bharvan achar :D
    USMasala

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  29. Lovely spread and a very stunning picture. Looks awesome.

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  30. yummy parathas.. look delicious..

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  31. both parathas and raita look really yum :)

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  32. Both raita and the paratha are delicious combo,Love the presentation n the clicks...

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  33. Awesome combination and perfect lunch box recipe, luved the clicks esp raita

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  34. i cant take my eyes off from thhe delicious veg raitha its my fav.. with tomato rice.. n the parathas too..

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  35. Yummy and tasty parathas...luv the vegetable raita looks colorful...

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  36. paratha's and raita looks wonderful dear :)
    beautiful clicks as usual.

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  37. Hi, Usually I am doing with out ajwain, and chilly powder. But I like the picture and raita. I will try like this. Pl. provide good lunch box side dish. My daughter likes to take only chapathi, roti only. Pl. provide ideas about different gravy and kurma.
    Yesterday, I tried your Baingan Bhartha, Its come very nice. My habby, and others enjoyed it. Thank you.

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  38. my mother always folds her chappathis this way and makes them. The layers make it all the more appetizing. Loved that you have added chilli powder too to it. and the raita is simply delicious!

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  39. even I make them often for my son's lunch box :)

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  40. The triangle paratha is a favourite at home....must be great with the raita

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  41. Both looks very delicious!!

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  42. best combo nice presentation too!!!!!!

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  43. my mom prepares this often with cumin seeds!!
    yummy!!

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  44. Delicious platter,..never tried mixed vegetable paratha

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  45. What a comforting combination:-) Never tried adding chilli powder to paratha. Will surely try it soon:-)

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  46. All the ghee between the layers makes the parathas tastier! My aunt makes this and I've tried it too :) The raitha balances out the extra ghee! ;) Good pair!

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  47. Yumm.... Traingle paratha's do attract anyone...
    My mum used to do them...

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  48. I always do triangle Paratha Raji cause my mom used to do it that...but the addition of Red chilli powder and Ajwain is the key here will try this out soon:)

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  49. Tempting clicks...Please post some more easy lunch box ideas.

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  50. Clicks are mouthwatering! Love your space.. first time here. glad to follow you!

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  51. Nice color...Love that raitha..!!

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  52. Looks yum and great combination, will try this soon

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  53. Mam, Can we have channa masala as side dish for this paratha ?

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  54. Ya had it. ...its superb :) I tried channa masala. .It came well

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