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Muli (Radish) Parathas March 1, 2009

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Muli Parathas – don’t you hear the name splashed all over Hindi movies? Heroine to hero – “Maine tumhare pasand ke Muli ke parathe banaye hain. Aur saath main Gajar ka halwa bhi.” So I decided to see what the hype was all about. I did not go hunting for a recipe, but tried this one with my regular Methi Paratha recipe, and it turned out great!

Ingredients:

1. 1/2 cup grated radish

2. Wheat flour – 2 and 1/2 cups

3. Besan (chana flour) – 2 tbps

4. Kasoori Methi – 1 tbps

5. Chilli powder – 1/2 tsps

6. Jeera powder – 1/2 tsps

7. Dhania (coriander) powder – 1/2 tsps

8. Salt – per taste

9. Oil – 1/2 tsps

Method:

1. Knead to dough with all ingredients to consistency of chapati dough. Set aside for half an hour.

2. Roll the parathas and roast on tava with ghee

Enjoy the hot and soft parathas with dahi.

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2 Responses to “Muli (Radish) Parathas”

  1. Pooh Says:

    Unstuffed mooli paronthe…interesting!

    I tried making them once with a recipe that called for ajwain and anaardana…gosh, they were just plain nasty!

    Qasuri methi is a great idea P! Btw, how are they different from regular methi leaves?

  2. PH Says:

    Pooh, Kasoori Methi is dried Methi leaves. Taste wise, it is more concentrated than fresh Methi leaves.

    Hmph, I guess I never thought the Muli parathas could be stuffed too.


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