Daikon Radish Stuffed Flatbread/Mooli Paratha

“Delicious stuffed parathas make a wonderful heavy breakfastor brunch. These are good make aheads which you can wrap in some foil wrap and take to a picnic.Good to eat in the car as well no mess. Rather than drink soda or juice with this, you can have lassi which is yogurt thinned with water or milk(blend them well to make thickish smoothie type mix) to which you add sugar or honey to taste. Totally delish.”
READY IN:
55mins
SERVES:
4
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Make up the dough using the water (as much as you need from the radish) Discard any left over water.
  2. Leave the dough covered in a warm place to rest for half an hour.
  3. Add salt to the grated radish.
  4. After 15 mins squeeze out more water and discard this.
  5. Then to the dry grated radish add the rest of the filling mix.
  6. now make small balls of the dough a little bigger than an egg.
  7. Flatten them out, dip in dry flour and roll them out using a rolling pin to a teacup saucer size.
  8. Make smaller balls of the filling mix about the size of an egg yolk and place each filling ball in the center of the dough soucer.
  9. Gather the rest of the dough around it so that the dough complety covers the filling.
  10. Dip it in dry flour and roll it out again theis time bigger than a saucer.
  11. Heat a tsp of oil in the frying pan.
  12. Add the bread and shallow fry on each side until brown spots appear.

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