During my college days, in Camp Area, there used to be a small kiosk with about 10 chairs outside, near Sohrab Hall which would sell only parathas. Be it morning, noon, night or even midnight, that place would always be packed with people, waiting to dine in and take away. They had about 40 different parathas on their menu, but the best was always Muli Paratha.
Tried to remember the taste and make one at home, and luckily it turned out JUST like theirs!
An amazing recipe. And a definite must try!
15 - 20 Minutes
25 - 30 Minutes
10 -15 parathas
Red Chilli Powder
Whole Wheat Flour
1 tbsp, grated
3 tbsp, chopped
Make a soft dough with whole wheat flour and maida. Set aside for atleast an hour.
Peel the radish and finely grate it. Add salt to this and set aside for atleast 30 minutes to an hour (the radish would leave a lot of water).
Take a fist full of this grated radish, and make sure you squeeze out almost 90% of the water. Follow the same procedure for the remaining radish.
Place the filling in the center, and pull together all the ends and press them over the filling.
Roll out completely using flour, if needed.
Bake well on both sides using oil.
Best served with curd and a layer of amul butter!