Mooli Paratha Recipe | Radish Paratha
Mooli Paratha Recipe | Radish Paratha recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Mooli Paratha is Indian flat bread made with wheat flour and stuffed with radish. I am not big fan of radish but love these parathas and it is indirect way of making kids or someone to eat radish. Radish has lot of health benefits. You can make these for breakfast, dinner or even pack these for lunch box. It is very simple to make as there is no cooking required for stuffing.
You can simply grate the radish, squeeze them and add spices of your choice and prepare these parathas. You can use leftover chapati dough and make these quickly. Important step is to squeeze the water in radish as it will make your paratha soggy. I learnt this recipe from my brother. He learned this in Germany from one of his friend. I always love stuffed paratha rather than eating plain chapati. You can enjoy these with curd, raita, pickle or any gravy of your choice. I served these with Aloo Gobi. This is my third entry to Blogging Marathon themed under stuffed dishes.
Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes
How to make Mooli Paratha with step by step pictures
Take wheat flour in bowl and add salt.
Add 1 tbsp oil and mix it nicely with hands
Then add water little by little and knead to form dough.
Add little oil now and knead for 7-10 minutes till dough is soft and smooth.
Cover and keep it aside for 15 minutes
Peel and wash the radish. Grate them finely in grater.
Squeeze the excess water by pressing the grated radish.
Then separate to two parts
Add salt and red chilli powder in one
Add salt and pepper powder in another. Mix it nicely and stuffing is ready.
Take one ball of dough and dust it with some flour.
Roll them as small circle and place the stuffing in the centre
Bring all the edges and seal them
Now roll them like chapati sprinkling little water.
Heat kadai and place the rolled paratha. Drizzle oil on the top.
Flip them and cook on both sides till crisp and golden
Serve them hot with raita, curd, pickle or any gravy