Mooli Paratha(Radish Paratha)
Mooli Paratha is a very tasty and popular dish of Bihar and North India. You can have it in any season but it is very popular dish during winters.
Radish 2-3 pieces( grated), edible oil, ginger 1 small pc, green chili 1 pc and Salt to taste, black pepper powder half tea spoon, Atta (wheat flour)
First make the filling as follows:
Grate the radish pcs into fine granules, add salt to taste, black pepper powder, 1 green chili chopped, grated ginger, lemon juice 1 tea spoon and mix well. The radish gives out water on pressing, which must be strained and removed.
Knead atta into soft dough, make small ball, flatten it and fill it with the Mooli filling. Roll it into a disc with filling equally distributed. Heat a tawa and place the paratha on it and cook until bubbles start to appear on the top (do not burn). Flip the paratha and press gently with a spatula. Sprinkle some oil on both sides and flip and press gently.
Remove Paratha from the tava and place in a covered/insulated container.
Serve the Mooli Parathas with Dhaniya (coriander chutney) or baingan (brinjal) bhurta or curd and pickle.