This is one of those paratha recipes that are easy to put together and prepare for a quick dinner, this recipe can be served for two people, prepare with any stew of your choice and enjoy. To begin making the dough add wheat flour in a bowl. Onto the bowl add salt and oil. Give it a mix with your clean hands. Mix in water to the wheat flour mixture to make the dough.

Knead the dough nicely while mixing only adding as more water as needed. Use your one hand to knead and the other to turn the bowl. Once the dough is ready leave it for ten minutes to rest. After the 10 minutes are over roll it out. Take a big portion of the dough and make a ball dust a little bit of dry wheat flour over the dough and the board and start rolling it using a rolling pin.

Roll it to a small round and over it brush a little bit of oil using a pastry brush and sprinkle a little bit of wheat flour and fold it into half and then fold it once again into half and you get a triangle shape. Dust it again into the dry wheat flour and roll it again. You will get a nice triangle shaped paratha.

They are a 2 mm thick and bit thicker than the rotis, do so for the rest of the flour then begin to roast it. Put it on a hot pan cook it on medium flame. Let it cook on each side for about 20 seconds. Flip it over and apply a little bit of oil and flip it again. Press lightly and cook it apply a little bit of oil on the other side as well and flip it. Cook it till you get nice brown spots.

Once done get it out and put it on a plate covered by the tea towel. Cook the rest of the parathas the same way. Once done you can some them with any curry’s dal vegetables cod. They do taste well by themselves too.


  • 1 cup Wheat Flour
  • Salt
  • 2 tbsp Oil
  • Water
  • Oil


  1. Let’s make the dough first for which add Wheat Flour in the bowl with Salt, Oil. Next, Mix it together properly then add Water now knead the dough nicely and let it rest for 10 minutes.
  2. Next, for making the Paratha take a big portion and make the ball add a little dry Wheat flour also on the board.
  3. Start rolling it with the rolling pin brush little bit with Oil then sprinkle it with Dry Wheat flour. Now fold it into half and again fold it another half to make the triangle shape, dip it into the dry wheat flour and start rolling it again.
  4. Roast the paratha into the hot pan on medium flame, cook it on each side for about 20 seconds to apply the oil on both sides while cooking. Do the same with the remaining dough and your Plain Paratha is ready to serve.