All that begins well, ends well. This whole month has been a virtual treat for you and me as well. At the end of this month, I felt that trying to capture the Indian culinary essence is highly impossible and it will be unjustified. So much to know about each culture, region and people. Today is the last stop in our journey -West Bengal. According to wiki, this state has come under many different rulings and each one has given their fair share to the now Bengali cuisine. The Turks, nawabs, Europeans and Chinese. Kolkatta, the capital of the state is famous for the popular hybrid Indo Chinese street foods. This state is known for its sweets, fish and rice. I simply love Bengali sweets because most of it are milk sweets. Bengalis make the best milk based sweet in the world.- Rsagulla, ras malai, Sandesh, I can keep going.
But today's recipe is a simple breakfast menu from Bengal. Triangle paratha - the rotis are folded and shaped into triangle. Oil is applied in between folds to get a crispy paratha. Serve this with a spicy aloo fry in a traditional way or you can use do with this simple chutney.
Trikon Paratha | Triangle Paratha
Triangle shaped crispy parathas from the state of Bengal.
Rest Time: 1 Hr | Prep Time: 10 Mins | Cook Time: 15 Mins | Total Time: 1 Hr 30 Mins | Yield: 6-7
This post falls under the state West Bengal, in East India. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 39
Suma Gandlur says
That AP flour must add softness to the rotis.
It was a pleasure running the marathon with you.
vaishali sabnani says
Yes these look really good and taste awesome too. I like to try differeft shapes with these patathas.
Archana Potdar says
these parathas look so delicious. I loved all your posts inthe marathon. Thanks for all the delicious breakfast recipes.
Trikon paratha came out perfect. I liked all of your breakfast recipes you posted for this marathon. Awesome with the sub theme you chose.
The Pumpkin Farm says
one never runs out of options for parathas in indian cuisine and yet we never seem to be satisfied with the number of recipes. Trikoni paratha is difficult to roll out, where people think making round parathas is tough to make. you made yours perfectly, had fun doing the marathon with you ...
Sapana Behl says
Love those triangle shapes....wonderfully prepared !
Jayanthi Padmanabhan says
my ammama makes chappathi this way but without maida. its the best way to make chappathi.. we'll get nice flayers in each chappathi..
Harini-Jaya R says
Wow! those cute triangles are very inviting!
Pavani N says
Love those cute triangle shaped parathas. It was fun running the marathon with you, I enjoyed your breakfast series from all the Indian states.
It was a wonderful journey reading you cook the breakfast from each state Nisha, wonderful efforts and I enjoyed it immensely....
Nivedhanams Sowmya says
perfectly made bread!!! love the shape and also a great end for the wonderful journey!!
Manjula Bharath says
wow thats fabulous bread to end up the wonderful journey paratha looks fabulous and perfectly done dear 🙂
Priya Suresh says
Triangle parathas are my favourite, trikon paratha with some paneer masala makes a prefect pair na.