Mooli ka paratha is one of the most popular dish of the Punjabi cuisine. Specially in winter when we have fresh radishes with tender leaves we use the leaves as well in the stuffing. The parathas can be relished with curd and pickle.
Making the radish parathas is a bit tricky as the grated radish leaves a lot of water. What you have to do is grate the radish, sprinkle little salt and set aside for at least 30 minutes. Now squeeze out the water well and add the desired spices and greens. The water can be used in kneading the dough. It is going to be salty so take care when you add salt while kneading.
Radish ......... 1
Wheat flour.. 2 cups or as needed
Ajwain........... 1/4 tsp
Green chillies ... 1 chopped finely
Coriander leaves ... handful (or) Radish leaves chopped finely.
Turmeric powder ... 1/8 tsp. (optional)
Cumin powder... 1/2 tsp
Salt ..... to taste
Oil or Ghee
Grate the radish and add the salt. Set aside for 30 minutes. Now squeeze out the water completely. Add the green chillies, coriander leaves, turmeric powder, cumin and coriander powders.
Knead the dough adding a little salt, ajwain and the water from the radish. Add normal water if more is needed. Be careful of adding salt as the water from the radish is already salted.
Take a little portion of the dough and roll it out. Place a little filling in the middle.
Seal it into a bundle and flatten it.
Roll it out carefully.
Heat a griddle and make the parathas spoong a little oil or ghee.
Serve hot with a dollop of butter, yogurt and pickle.
now there is a drop in temperature and this is a perfect treatReplyDelete
Yes Amrita.. chai and paratha in cold weather.. perfect !Delete
My favourite meal. I can eat mooli paratha for any meal.ReplyDelete
Same here .. thank you Archana.Delete
Imagine, chilly morning and aroma of these soul warming mooli ke parathe, ohh I am drooling! I would devour with masala chai.ReplyDelete
Absolutely dear .. thanks .Delete
Your mooli parathas look picture perfect Shobha!ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot Sandhya.Delete
Come Winters and these delicious mooli paratha are regular affair at my home. Yours looks so inviting di !ReplyDelete
Yes, the moolis in winter are so fresh and juicy.Thanks for liking .Delete
Mooli paratha looks fabulous ! So good during winters :)ReplyDelete
I've yet to make stuffed mooli parathas. I usually just add the grated mooli and chopped leaves to the dough. A delicious treat to ward off the cold mornings.ReplyDelete
Thanks Mayuri.. do try the stuffed version next time.Delete
Perfect share for upcoming winter. Muli paratha looks delicious. You made it so perfectly. Stuffed muli paratha sometimes difficult to rolling. Thanks for the detailed recipe.ReplyDelete
Perfect dish to devour in thus chill weather here. This is such an irresistible and healthy paratha to enjoy. Lovely share....ReplyDelete