Makki Mooli Paratha

Makki Mooli Paratha

Its the winter season corn (Makki) crop is in full bloom, I remember the days my grandma used to make delicious hand rolled parathas using the Makki ka aata. I filled in some radish (mooli) in these parathas to make Makki Mooli Paratha, these were so delicious that it is just impossible to stop eating them. These go best with some dahi and raw onion with some jaggery (gud) on the side, and can be served during the lunch or dinner. Since you don’t need a curry on the side, it is fairly easy to get away with these at meal times, once you have the dough ready, you can have your family on the table while you turn out delicious hot parathas. This is the right time of the year to enjoy these so why not use this recipe to make mouth watering parathas at home. Here is Makki Mooli Paratha Recipe, bookmark it and make sure you use it at least few times in this season.

All you need is (serves 4)

Makki Aata – 2 cup

Mooli – 2 cup (shredded)

Green Chili – 1 (cut in small pieces)

Salt to taste

Ginger paste – 1tsp

Oil for frying

Makki Mooli Paratha Recipe

Preparation time: 15 min.

Cooking time: 10 min.

Mix the mooli, green chili, ginger paste with Makki aata and knead a soft dough (use water as needed).

Make small lemon size balls from the dough and make it into a paratha shape using your hands.

Heat tava and roast the paratha using little oil on both sides until golden brown.

Serve hot with dahi and jaggery (gud). Enjoy!