Mooli Paratha Recipe | Stuffed Radish Paratha Recipe

by Rachna
Mooli paratha

I regularly make stuffed parathas at home. They are a favourite weekend breakfast. Served with curd and pickle, they provide a balanced start to a day. Mooli paratha or the one made with radish stuffing is a bit tricky to get right. At my home, my mum would used the raw radish stuffing but my husband enjoys the cooked stuffing more. It is also easier to roll out the paratha when you used cooked stuffing. So here’s that recipe for you.

Mooli paratha

Makes about 10 parathas

Preparation Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients

For the stuffing

1/2 Kg radish, scraped and grated

1 tsp. green chilly grated (optional)

1 tsp. carrom seeds (ajwain)

1 tsp. cumin seeds (jeera)

1/2 tsp. turmeric powder

1 tsp. red chilly powder

1/2 tsp. garam masala powder

Some grated coriander leaves

salt to taste

For the dough

2 cups wholewheat flour

Water to knead

Some vegetable oil or ghee

Recipe

Mooli paratha

First take the grated radish and add some salt to it. Keep aside for 5 minutes. Now squeeze it well to drain out all water. You can use this water to knead your dough.

Mooli paratha

Once the radish mix is dry, add all the dry masalas mentioned in the stuffing to it and mix well. Take a little oil in a kadhai/pan and cook this mooli mix for about 3-5 minutes till it does not seem raw. Taste and adjust seasoning.

Set aside and allow to completely cool.

Now knead your wholewheat flour with water till you have a chapati dough. Set is aside to rest for about 10 minutes.

Mooli paratha

To make parathas, take two small balls of dough and roll them out into smallish discs. Add sufficient stuffing on one disc (I like more stuffing in my paratha). Put the other disc on top and seal the edges with fingers. Now take a little dry flour and roll out the paratha gently so as not to break it.

Cook them on a tava/griddle applying oil or ghee on both sides. Serve hot with pickle/chutney and curd (seasoned with black salt and cumin powder). It is delicious. Do try it and let me know. This tastes good in your child’s lunch box too.

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Shilpa Gupte -

My mooli parathas never taste the way I would like them to…now thanks to your recipe, they definitely will! I am going to make them this way next time.. 🙂

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Rachna -

I hope you like the recipe and it turns out great for you.

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Eli Ert -

Ooohhh – parathas – what I miss the most from India I think. And a bit hard to make myself. But will try this recipe, looks sooo yum Rachna:-)

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Rachna -

Thanks Eli.

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Soumya (@soumyaprasad) -

I recently made mooli paratha and it came out really well, I cooked the stuffing and then mixed it with the flour while kneeding and then made it like chapatis. It did taste really good.

I’ll try this method next time.

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Rachna -

Yep, it is always easier to put stuff in the dough when kneading. 🙂

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Deepthi P Jugali -

I tried this recipe of yours, I was using radish for only sambhars may be will buy more frequently from now on. Thanks for posting.

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