Mooli/ Radish Parathas With Fresh Salads And Curds

30 min cook time
5 min prep time
Breakfast
Preperation Time:
5 mins
Cooking Time:
30 mins

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nutrition facts

Serving Size1 ServingPer Serving%Daily Value*
Calories624Calories from Fat101
Total Fat11.2g17%Saturated Fat1.5g7%
Cholesterol0mg0%Sodium647mg27%
Potassium646mg18%Carbohydrates113.6g38%
Dietary Fiber8.6g34%Sugars7.9g
Protein16.4gVitamin A7%
Vitamin C43%Calcium8%
Iron40%

nutrition facts

Serving Size1 Serving
Calories624
Total Fat11.2g17%
Cholesterol0mg0%
Potassium646mg18%
Dietary Fiber8.6g34%
Protein16.4g
Vitamin C43%
Iron40%
Per Serving%Daily Value*
Calories from Fat101
Saturated Fat1.5g7%
Sodium647mg27%
Carbohydrates113.6g38%
Sugars7.9g
Vitamin A7%
Calcium8%

Procedure:

Knead the wheat flour with enough water and salt. Cover and keep it aside.

Add salt to the grated radish and keep it aside for 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, squeeze out the water from the radish. Heat oil in a wok and add the cumin seeds. Once the cumin has crackled, add the chopped onions and sauté for a few minutes. Add the grated radish to this and throw in the chilli powder, garam masala, salt and gram flour into it. Mix well and add coriander leaves. Allow this filling to cool.

Take a small dough ball and roll it out into a circle. Keep a little radish filling in the center and close the circle. Roll it into a paratha and dust them with flour as and when needed. Cook the paratha on a tawa till golden spots appear on both sides. Drizzle with oil. Serve hot with fresh salads and curds.

Radishes, popularly known as mooli in India, might not top the list of your favourite vegetables but when it comes to nutrition and health benefits they definitely secure a top rank among all other vegetables. Eat them raw or add them to your healthy vegetable recipe, these nutrition-loaded root vegetables have numerous benefits to offer:

Lowers cancer risk: Radish contains phytochemicals and anthocyanins that have anti-carcinogenic properties. Additionally, they have vitamin C that acts as a powerful antioxidant to prevent free radical damage to the DNA inside the cells, thus helping cancer prevention.

Regulates blood pressure: Radish has anti-hypertensive properties that help regulate control high blood pressure. Radish is rich in potassium that helps maintain the sodium-potassium balance in the body, keeping blood pressure under control.

Good for diabetics: Insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas is responsible in the absorption of glucose. Diabetics are either unable to absorb the insulin their body produces or unable to produce insulin at all. Because of this, they cannot eat sugary or starchy foods. High in fibre, and with a low glycemic index, diabetics can enjoy radish as it doesn’t cause blood sugar levels to rise.

Beats cold and cough: If you’re prone to constant cough and cold, it might be a good idea to include radish in your diet. The vegetable has anti-congestive properties which helps in clearing the mucus formed in your throat. Additionally, radish also improves your immunity which keeps infections that lead to cold and cough at bay!

Helps you recover from jaundice: Radish is powerful when it comes to eliminating toxins. This helps keep your liver and stomach in mint condition. What makes radish effective in controlling jaundice is that it helps regulate the amount of bilirubin in the blood and increases the oxygen supply within the body. This helps keep a check on the destruction of red blood cells caused by jaundice.

Fights constipation: Most people will have battled constipation in their life and it is definitely not a pleasant condition to be in. Radish has a high fibre content which helps clear the food stuck in your colon. Additionally, it helps facilitate the secretion of digestive juices and bile which again is good for your digestive system.

Helps with weight loss: Radish is extremely low in calories, and the fibre content in it promotes satiety. A single 100g serving of raw radish contains just 16 calories, radish can be a part of any weight loss diet.

Good for asthma patients: Radish has anti congestive properties that make them extremely beneficial for asthmatic patients. It also fights allergies of the respiratory system and protects the respiratory linings against infections.

Makes you look younger: Containing vitamin C and antioxidants, radish can be eaten to prevent your skin from free-radical damage. You can even apply crushed, raw radish on your skin as it has cleansing properties.

Keeps the kidneys healthy: The natural diurectic property of radish helps in improving kidney health. They help in elimination of toxins from the body, acting as a natural cleanser.

Mooli Parathas are an excellent dish to add to your healthy diet plan. This dish is: Low in saturated fat, No cholesterol, High in selenium and High in thiamin.

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