Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Mooli (Radish) Paratha

Today I am sharing recipe of very common dish which we all make in our house on daily basis – stuffed parathas. But the difference comes in the ingredients while making stuffed parathas, we all add or subtract few things according to our liking so here’s my version of mooli ka paratha. Next time when you are planning to make one, do try it with this set of ingredients and you might be surprised with new taste in your old stuffed paratha.
500 Gms Radish (grated)
1 Cup Whole wheat flour             
1 Small Bowl Radish Leaves                     
1 tbs Salt                                        
½ teaspoon Ginger (grated)
½ teaspoon Red Chili Powder               
Less than ½ small bowl Coriander Leaves               
1 teaspoon Cumin Powder                    
1 teaspoon Chaat Masala                      
1 teaspoon Dry Mango Powder            
½ teaspoon Ajwain                                 
½ teaspoon Kitchen King Masala
½ teaspoon Black Cumin Whole            
1 Green Chili (chopped)                           
Sufficient Oil for frying                                         
Butter for garnishing (optional)
Preparations of Dough
·         In a wide bowl, add 1 cup of wheat flour, salt, oil, needed water and prepare a soft, smooth dough
·         Grease your hands with oil and knead the dough well
·         Cover and keep it aside for 15-20 minutes
Preparations of stuffing
·         Clean radish and radish leaves with water and keep it aside for 5 minutes to drain out excess   water
·         After that crush radish with your hand to remove excess water
·         In a bowl mix radish and radish leaves properly and then add salt, ginger, green chili, red chili powder, coriander leaves, ajwain, black cumin, dry mango powder, chat masala, cumin powder and kitchen king powder
·         Now your stuffing is ready
How to make parathas
·         Dust a little flour and roll out the dough in small circle
·         Keep a tablespoon stuffing in the centre and gather all corners and seal the dough
·         Press it gently to flatten the dough
·         Dust a little flour and roll out the dough with gentle hands so the stuffing doesn’t come out
·         Heat the tawa and place the rolled out dough
·         When small bubbles start forming on the surface spread little oil and flip it over
·         Spread little oil on the other side and cook both sides till they are golden brown
·         Remove from tawa and serve put little butter on it
Now serve your hot parathas with chutney or pickle


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