Just got back after a really nice relaxing Xmas break and its still hard to wake up for school in the morning.I pity the lil one who had to get going today.Tonight will be a simple dinner this radish/mooli paratha which i love a lot because I'm still in holiday mode and the weekend is right here too.
I love parathas they are most easy to make and also no compromises on the health factor because we have veggies going in too.I make them when theres no mood to make a side dish for chapathis.People make chapathis with almost everything now.I even saw on tv recently someone made plantain/vazhakka parathas.I so wanted to try it that i kept delaying to use the raw plantain in the fridge it ripened and turned into pazham pori!!Thats not a good thing but still bananas are really versatile and healthy be it the raw or ripe form!
Mostly if its parathas the side dish would be a simple raita but you can serve any dish along with it.
Preparation Time half hour resting time + coking time 10 mins
Radish grated 1 large
Ginger grated 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Cumin seed powder 1/2 tsp
Haldi/turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
Chopped green chillies 1/2 or chilli powder 1/2 tsp
Chopped coriander leaves 3 tablespoons
Lime juice 1 tablespoon
Wheat flour/atta 3 cups
Water less than 1 cup
Oil or ghee as per need
- Add all of the above listed stuff into the wheat flour and make a soft dough.Cover and keep for half hour.
- Now pinch lemon sized balls of dough and roll them out into thin discs.
- On a hot tawa/pan, cook both sides of each disc applying oil/ghee on the sides and centre.
- Serve hot parathas with dal fry or baby potato raitha or plain curd and pickle.
Enjoy a wholesome vegan paratha for dinner :)
Sending this Dish it out - Light dinners , Only parathas and flatbreads , Kids delight-cooking with whole grains
very healthy parathas. I do make it often but have never tried adding lemon juice, Will try this next time.ReplyDelete
On-going event: Healthy vegetarian side dishes.
Mooli ka paratha looks well done.. Thanks so much for linking to my event.ReplyDelete
Looking for more..
awesome parathas :) so healthy and inviting. Happy new year to you Princy wishing you one blessed year filled with good health and happiness :)ReplyDelete
i am not a radish lover but this is temptingReplyDelete
these parathas look really tempting dear... thanks for linking it to the event, but do link it to Pari's announcement page as well, please... :)ReplyDelete
This is one way of making Radish Paranthas, I usually do the radish as stuffing, both cooked or uncooked depending on the mood. Any which way, its a very healthy and tasty treat :)ReplyDelete
I've seen that version Nupur in your blog and others but i've felt thats double roti making no??and plus i get jittery making the filling that way.but i mst try that too.Delete