Jan 6, 2014

Mooli Ka Paratha | Radish Recipes

In Winter Season, Parathas are good option to serve as breakfast meal and even you can get seasonal radish also which are little sweet in this season. Mooli ka paratha is very popular paratha especially in Punjab cuisine which made with grated and squeezed radish and stuffed in flatbread. You can serve mooli paratha with fresh homemade butter, fresh yogurt and mango or chili pickle.
For making this paratha more tastier, you can add chopped green chili, onions, coriander and chaat masala in stuffing which enhance the taste of parathas. Mooli or radish is rich in zinc, vitamin c, folic acid and phosphorus. It’s good for cancer disease, skin and kidney disorder and weight loss and more. 

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 15 Minutes
Servings: 4
Category: Indian Flatbread

For Dough
2 Cup Wheat Flour
1/2 Tsp. Salt
Enough Water for dough

For Mooli Stuffing
2 Radishes, grated
2 Green Chilies, chopped
2 Tbsp. Green Coriander Leaves, chopped
Salt to taste
Red Chili to taste
1 Tsp. Coriander Powder
Chaat Masala to taste

Oil for shallow frying
Extra Flour for dusting

Knead the firm dough with flour, salt and water.
Squeeze the grated mooli or radish to remove excess water. 
Combine with spices, chilies and coriander in separate bowl and keep aside. 
Divide the dough into equal portions and roll out the each portion into round as chapati.
Place the 2 Tbsp. stuffing and close the edges. Flatten and roll out again in round form.
Heat the griddle or tawa on medium flame and place the paratha on tawa.
Cook the paratha on tawa both sides using oil until to golden and crisp.
Serve hot paratha with curd and pickle.

Notes: You can add chopped onion also for tastier parathas.

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  1. Healthy parathas!!! Very inviting click! !

  2. Yey!!! One of my favorite parathas... Lovely it looks, which made me drool at 10 am :( Not fair, Preeti :( And just a suggestion, if you would like to take up... Add scrambled paneer next time! I tried n it came out very well...

    See ya sometime @ www.cookingwithsj.com :)

  3. You reminded me that this winter I have not made Mooli Paratha even once.....I should make it soon before the husband complains

  4. looks delicious..i tried many times it was ok ..bookmarked will try


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