Triangle Parathas/Chapatis

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Servings 
Makes 4-5 parathas

Both kids and adults love the look of these cute three-sided parathas/chapatis. Makes eating so much more enjoyable when you're not serving the same old round chapatis everyday.

Ingredients
1 1/2 cups
all-purpose flour
(you can mix half all purpose and half atta if you like)
2 tbsp
ghee
(plus a bit more for rolling and cooking)
1 tsp
salt
warm water or milk
(about 1/2 to 3/4 cup)
Instructions 

First make the dough. Add the salt to the flour. Rub in the 2 tbsp ghee, then slowly add in the warm water or milk and knead until you have a lovely soft dough. The more you knead it the softer your parathas/chapatis will be.

Here's how you create the triangular shape. Cut a piece of dough and roll it out into a normal round chapati. Apply ghee all over and sprinkle a bit of flour. Fold the circle in half, and then again to a quarter. Now it already looks triangular in shape. Let this rest (covered) for a few minutes, then roll out into your triangle! The ghee and folding helps create lovely layers and also gives it the triangle shape.

To check out my regular round parathas/chapatis recipe, click HERE.

For square parathas, click HERE.