Mooli(White Raddish) Paratha

Here is the recipe of one of my favorite parathas..These are very famous in Punjab/North India..My mom usually make these parathas in the morning as a breakfast but you can have them anytime of the day but avoid eating at night as they get pretty heavy:)..


Mooli is also known as white Raddish or Diakon .It has very sharp & tangy flavor. It contains Vitamin C , Potassium & calcium. You can eat it raw( salad )or cooked..My most favorite way of eating the mooli is in Mooli paratha only..


Ingredients:-

Mooli/White Raddish:- 1 medium
Onion:- 3/4 cup (chopped finely)
Ginger:- 2 tbsp (chopped finely)
Coriander:- 1/3 cup (chopped)
Ajwain:- 1tsp
Jeera/Cumin Seeds:-
Salt as per taste
Garam Masala:- 1/2 tsp
Red Chilli powder:-1/2 tsp
Aamchoor powder/Mango powder:- 1/2 tsp

Procedure:-

1) Peel the skin of Mooli and grate it.
2) Sprinkle some salt over the grated mooli and let it stand for about 15 minutes..
3) Squeeze out juice of all the grated Mooli by pressing it in between your hands tightly.
4) Add all the above ingredients to the grated Mooli and mix well.

To make paratha

1) Make two small balls out of the dough.

2) Roll both of them in small circles.

3) Take one rolled circle and place some of the mooli mixture in the center.

4) Cover this with the other rolled circle and press the sides lightly with your finger to seal in the mixture.
5) Sprinkle some flour on both sides to avoid sticking on the surface.
6) Roll the paratha into a circle.

7) Heat griddle/pan on medium heat and roast the paratha on both side by applying oil with brush..

Serve hot with ghee on top and plain curd on side..Enjoy:)






21 comments:

Soma said...

Love Mooli parathas, with some pickles & yogurt on side.
BTW this is exactly how i make them:-)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

those are yummy looking parathas! lovely entry.

SriLekha said...

looks healthy and delicious!
have answered ur comment in my blog for fruit sticks recipe!

Ann said...

Preety,we all love this paratha here.nutritious and yummy..yours look awesome

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow you mentioned it in mooli bhurji. I was waiting for this recipe. Awesome parathas, tempting to eat them now..

Cheffie-Mom said...

More yummy recipes! Thanks!

Usha said...

Looks delicious :-)

Vibaas said...

This is how i make them too. Looks yum.

Preety said...

thanks everyone for your valuable comments

Priti said...

Hi Preety ..hehe same same name ;)....glad to find ur blog....u hav lovely space...love the paratha and the sweet potato parata too...thanks for visiting my blog...

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This sounds so cool.. One over the other, will try it this time.... YUM!

Premyscakes said...

Wow great recipe, great click too.

Preety said...

thanks priti, sukanya and Premy

sagari said...

delecious looking mooli parata

DEESHA said...

nice recipe preety

Vij said...

Yummy looking parathas preety!

Preety said...

thanks sagari, deesha & vij

aquadaze said...

Thanks preety for visisting my blog. Sweet popato paratha is a new one for me and a great one, coz I love sweet potatoes. should try making them sometime.

Rathna said...

Thank you visiting and for sweet comments Preety.
You have a wonderful blog here. Mooli paratha looks yum :-)

Sharmi said...

my mom makes them and tops it with lil butter while serving. miss all that now as DH does not like mooli:(

Uj said...

I like mooli only in mooli paratha's. your looks yummy and perfect..:)

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