Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Triple layered chapathis

I learned making these chapathis from my dad… The chapathi dough is the one which we use regularly, only that the way we roll it out is different but quite easy. The chapathis are super soft and kids will love eating this.

~*What U Need*~
Atta / Wheat flour – 2 cups
Water – to
knead
Oil – 1 tsp
Salt – 1 tsp


How Made
It
Knead all the above ingredients to chapathi dough consistency. Set aside for atleast 30 mins.
Roll out as shown in the below pictures applying oil for each flip made.

Roll out in the form of a triangle.
Heat tawa and fry till brown and puffy on both sides.

Serve with any side dish. On tearing the chapathis, you will find that it separates into layers.

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31 comments:

  1. Looks so soft..Came out very well..

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  2. This is new to me! It must be very yummy!

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  3. hmmm...reminds me of my eldestet sisr in law...she alwaiis make like this

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  4. My mom used to do these chapathis.so soft.

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  5. இந்த முறையில் செய்யும் சப்பாத்தி மிக மிருதுவாக இருக்கும்..

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  6. very soft and new......looks good dear..

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  7. Layered paratha goes so well with every indian gravy dish. Nicely made I must say :)

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  8. this is the regular type we make at home! it does come soft n perfect!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  9. Yum. I love flat breads of all kinds. That looks very similar to the flour tortillas we have here in Arizona.

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  10. Soft chapatis over there! Came to grab some ;)

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  11. Making chapathi this way always makes it softer...looks super yum

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  12. my mil always makes chapathi likes this. looks very soft

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  13. i make the square shape paratha..one of my aunt makes it this way..:)

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  14. Looks delicious. My mom also makes this type of chapathi.

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  15. New recipe to me. Looks so delicious .Will try this out
    South Indian Home

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  16. Me too used to cook this way...Thanks for sharing...Chapati looks so soft

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  17. Chapatis looks soft and perfect. Wonderful presentation.

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  18. My D calls it Triangle Parathas and they are my famuly's favourite- this looks well done !

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  19. My mom always makes triangle paratha, prefect looking chapathis..

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  20. Mom makes these often & i just love them!! They alwayz come out soft & tasty...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  21. This is very yummy! Came out well!

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  22. Even i make plain parath in the same way or some time square shape:)

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  23. Remember making this way in my childhood days,lovely!

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  24. looks really nice.........i have posted one similiar recipe but my shape s square..........

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  25. we do exactly the same at home super soft!

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  26. looks awesome soft love them.

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