Parathas are a category of unleavened indian breads, yummy triangle shaped flat-bread made of whole-wheat flour, which can be enjoyed with any gravy.
For the new ones to the kitchen, roll out all the balls first and keep them ready. Then heat the griddle and cook the parathas one by one. Don’t be fussed about the shape, they will anyway taste the same. Shape comes with practice!!
You can also use equal amount of maida (all purpose flour) and wheat flour to make the dough for variation, but I prefer just wheat flour because it’s a healthier option.
Yoghurt helps to get soft parathas.
You can also use milk instead of water while preparing dough to make softer parathas.