In a mixing bowl take flour, salt, oil and start mixing using fingers first.
Add chopped coriander leaves and give a quick mix again.
After that, start kneading the dough by adding water little by little and make a smooth yet soft dough.
Cover the bowl and keep aside for 10-15 minutes.
Meanwhile in a small bowl mix red chili powder, garam masala powder, coriander powder, chaat masala, turmeric powder using a spoon.
After 3 minutes, divide the dough into 6 no. of equal balls.
On a dusted rolling board, roll one dough ball into as thin as possible (approximately 7-8 inches diameter disc).
Apply some oil and spread evenly over the entire surface using brush or by hand and then sprinkle spice mixture over it evenly.
Now one can proceed in two ways : a) Gather all the sides in the center, make a ball.b) From one edge of the rolled dough, start making pleats (1/2 inch width) till opposite edge reaches. Stretch the pleated dough gently and then twist the whole pleated dough a bit. Roll the twisted dough like a swiss roll and secure the end and the result is a spiral flat ball.
Pick any one process from above and repeat for rest of the dough balls.
Again cover all balls by a moist cloth and keep aside for 5 minutes.
Now take one ball on the dusted rolling board and roll carefully into a circle (5-6 inches diameter approximately) without applying too much pressure.
Heat a tawa / flat pan ovrer medium heat, place the paratha on the hot tawa and cook from both sides.
When the golden brown spots start appearing, then apply some oil on both side.
Use a spatula and gently press all over while cooking to ensure even cooking.
Transfer the paratha to a plate and make some more paratha from rest of the balls.
Serve these masala paratha hot with curd or even with tea or any desired curry !