Wednesday, May 12, 2010

MOOLI KA PARATHA







































































INGREDIENTS

Mooli (radish) : 2-3 pieces (medium size)
Flour (maida) : 3 cups
Ginger : 1 tsp (finely grated)
Salt : 1/2 tsp
Green chilly : 5-6 pieces (finely chopped)


PREPARATION

• Wash and grate mooli (radish) and keep aside
• Squeeze and drain all the water
• Pour the flour (maida) in a bowl and mix water and knead it to make a soft dough
• Mix the grated mooli (radish), ginger, salt and green chilly with the flour
• Take small amount of dough, make balls and roll into a round paratha
• Heat non-stick pan and fry the mooli paratha both sides to crispy and brown
• Put some oil over the paratha
• Serve the hot mooli paratha with red chilly pickle

29 comments:

  1. babli very healthy one..i love radish.the pickle is really nice combo.perfectly cooked parathas..feel to taste some
    is it necessary to saute the ingredient before mixing with flour.

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  2. Beautiful looking Mooli parata.Chilly pickle looks mouthwatering too.

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  3. wow! Mooli parata ..love it ! Thanks for the recipe !Babli how r u?

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  4. Lovely and delicious perfect with mango pickle.

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  5. thts a quick dish with mooli..love radish raw and paranthas...the pickle in red is complimenting th eyellow paranths..i add wheat flour/jowar flour and chickpea flour to radish..pics r rocking as usual

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  6. Mooli ka paratha looks so good, perfect with some lime pickle

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  7. Radish paratha looks prefect, just love with some paneer masala..yumm!

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  8. It has healthy appearance. I haven't tried this. Looks very simple. Must try.

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  9. Hey Parathas are looking so soft that will melt in mouth..I like ur version..sometimes make them

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  10. Your parathas look yummy and with the pickle on the plate with the parathas...wish someone can serve me a dish like this now.

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  11. paratha looks very very yummy dear. Never eaten this before.

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  12. These are my favorite !Its been quite long I've prepared these !

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  13. Mooli ki paratha is great! I would love to brush a little bit of clarified butter and take a small bowl of raita with pickle to enjoy this wonderful paratha for my weekend breakfast!

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  14. Paratha looks very yum i love this.

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  15. hmm ages since I had this....all time fav..looks gud

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  16. This is excellent! Why, there won't be a crumble remaining!

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  17. Nice perfect parathas Babli..looks so good with the pickle :)

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  18. hmmmmmmmmmmmm!lovely mouth watering mooli ka paratha.

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  19. Mout watering parathas....looks so tempting...

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  20. That's so yummy and perfect paratha...

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  21. Paratha looks so perfect and i love radish stuffing too...nice clicks babli

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  22. Perfect parathas, looks tempting and delicious.

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  23. Wow!! Mooli ka paratha I loveeee it. Khoob khete ichhe korche go...Ami gota jeera o di . Weekend e ki plan?



    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  25. Looks so yummy n inviting !! l

    -Smita
    http://littlefoodjunction.blogspot.com/

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  26. perfect paratha.. that pic is making us hungry...

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  27. first time here...u have a nice blog...love any kind of stuffed paratha's...mooli ka paratha is my hubby's fav...that looks perfect and delicious...really liked the presentation...

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  28. Hello Babli.. thanks for stopping by my blog and for leaving a comment!. Just back from my trip and catching up with all the bloggers. You too have a very interesting collection of recipe here. Mooli paratha is my all time favourite though i never get it right when ever i have tried... Will try your version sometime!!.

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