|Add salt to flour and knead with water. Keep aside for 15 minutes.|
|Make round balls of kneaded flour.|
|Wash radish, peel off and grate.|
|Add grated radish, oregano, ground green chillies and ground ginger to frying pan.|
|Mix well with radish and cook at medium heat.|
|When radish water is dried, add black salt, chopped mint and mix well.|
Switch stove off. Filling has been prepared.
|Flatten flour ball like roti.|
|Place filling mixture and fold all corners inwards making a square shape.|
|Now flatten it again.|
|Heat griddle and bask paratha.|
Once basked from both sides, apply oil or ghee and fry.
|Delicious mooli paratha is ready.|
Dish out and serve.
Preparing Mooli Paratha
- Radish: 1/2 kg
- Salt: as per taste
- Ginger: 1 inch piece (ground)
- Oregano: a pinch
- Black Salt: a pinch
- Green Chillies: 3 to 4 (ground)
- Mint: 2 tbsp (chopped)
| To Make Paratha Filling:|
- Wash radish well, remove the peel and grate.
- Grind green chillies and ginger.
- Mix grated radish, oregano, green chillies and ginger in a fry pan and cook at medium flame.
- Once radish water is evaporated, add salt, black salt and mint and mix well.
- Remove from the stove.
- Radish paratha filling is ready.
To Make Paratha:
- Form small round shapes of kneaded flour.
- Flatten a piece of kneaded flour like flatbread (roti).
- Place 2 tablespoon radish filling on it and fold paratha inside from four corners similar to the making of square paratha.
- Flatten that square piece of flour, prepare all parathas that way.
- Now place griddle on the stove and bask paratha.
- Once basked from both sides, pour oil or ghee over parathas and fry.
- Similarly fry all parathas.
- Delicious mooli parathay are ready to serve.
- Enjoy with raita and chatni.
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