Sep 122012
 

Mooli Paratha (Radish Paratha) is stuffed white radish flat bread. Mooli paratha recipe also known as mooli ka paratha, muli paratha recipe, radish paratha, mooli parantha, muli ka paratha, etc…

Cooking Time: Appr. 30 mins to cook all mooli parathas
Serves: 4 People

Mooli Paratha (Radish Paratha) Ingredients:

For the Paratha Dough:

2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
¼ cup Yogurt
2 tablespoon oil
Salted Squeezed radish water as needed

For the Filling:

1 large White Radish (Mooli)
2 tablespoon chopped red onions
2 Green Chillies
1 teaspoon cumin powder
1 teaspoon Garam Masala
1 teaspoon Lemon Juice
2 tablespoon chopped Coriander Leaves
1 teaspoon oil
Salt to taste
Oil/Ghee for shallow frying the mooli Paratha
Flour for dusting

Mooli Ka ParathaCooking Method:

1. For the Filling: Peel and grate the radish. Mix the salt with grated radish with your hand and keep it covered(to avoid the strong smells spread in the house) for about 15 mins at least.

2. Squeeze out the water as much as possible by squeezing radish in hand. Keep the grated radish and radish water separately aside.

3. Heat the pan and add chopped onion. Stir for 2mins and add chopped chillies. Stir it. Add radish, garam masala, lemon juice, cumin powder and stir it for few mins on high heat to make it dry. Add chopped coriander and turn the heat off.

4. For the Dough: Take flour and mix in salt, oil and yogurt. Slowly add the squeezed water from the radish when required and make stiff dough. Cover and keep it aside for at least half an hour (same as chapatti dough).

5. For the Paratha: Knead the dough again for few mins and make equal tennis ball sized balls.

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6. Roll this dough ball in the flour dusting and roll them using a rolling pin into thick 3 times bigger than original dough ball size.

7. Place about 1 tablespoon of filling in the centre. Cover and seal the ends by pressing with your hand and roll again, dusting flour if necessary. See the picture above. Roll until it gets 4 times bigger than original dough ball size.

8. Heat the tawa/wide frying pan at high flame and lower it to low-medium flame.

9. Place stuffed mooli paratha on the tawa/wide frying pan and cook on both the sides till its cooked and brown spots start to appear on top. Spread a little oil/ghee both side. Finish cooking all mooli parathas.

Serve Mooli Paratha hot with any curry or with plain yogurt or raita.

Mooli Paratha Recipe

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