Friday, February 3, 2023

Don’t want radishes or salad? Eat hot ‘mooli ka paratha’ in cold, see healthy perfect recipe…

 If you are tired of always eating radish vegetables, salad, take this alternative…

A large number of vegetables are available in the market during winter days. As vegetables are very useful for health, it is said that maximum number of vegetables should be included in the diet. Radish is a must-have vegetable during this season, but many people turn up their noses at this vegetable. But since radish is very beneficial for health, it must be eaten. Root is very beneficial for colds and digestive problems during cold days. Apart from this, eating radish is very good for eye health.

Radish is good for increasing immunity, controlling blood pressure. Sometimes we use radish as a vegetable and sometimes as a salad. Rather, hot radish parathas are delicious in cold days. Famous celebrity chef Pankaj Bhadauria tells how to make parathas. This paratha can be eaten anytime for lunch or breakfast.

Material –

  1. Radish – 2 roots and leaves
  2. Wheat flour – 2 bowls
  3. Ova – 1 tsp
  4. Salt – as per taste
  5. Coriander-cumin powder – half teaspoon
  6. Chili – half a spoon
  7. Ginger garlic paste – half teaspoon
  8. Oil – 2 tbsp

Action –

  1. Wash the root and grate it and put a teaspoon of salt in it and keep it aside.
  2. Add salt, oava and oil to the dough and soak the dough well and keep aside for 10 minutes.
  3. The grated radish should be pressed in a cotton cloth to help drain the excess water.
  4. The young leaves of radish should be washed and finely chopped.
  5. Add radish, these chopped leaves, ginger garlic paste, coriander-cumin powder, ova, chili pepper and add some salt to it.
  6. Add some wheat flour to this mixture and see if it becomes uniform.
  7. Then collect the dough and roll it a bit and fill the prepared mixture like we do potato parathas and roll the paratha by pressing the sides and applying flour lightly.
  8. Paratha kharpus is fried in oil on a hot pan and eaten with ghee, curd, chutney or sauce.

Related Articles


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest Articles