Muli Paratha Recipe Vah Chef Chicken Curry

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.. They look so yummy! Reply Laavanya says: February 27, 2008 at 5:21 pm I thought the mooli mixture had to be stuffed. Reply satya says: February 27, 2008 at 10:17 am I make mooli paranthas by stuffing grated radish as we do for& aloo paraanthas.Mixing with the flour sounds easier& like theplas.Will try it.Thank you Srivalli.Paranthas are looking delicious. havent used this veg in anythin else so far Reply Jayashree says: February 27, 2008 at 9:02 am Iam planning to make mooli parathas tonight for dinner&.i make it a little differently&will post that soon. The first thing they did, was to switch on the music. Easy Everyday Recipes Home About By Cuisines Indian Cuisines North Indian Cuisines South Indian Cuisines East Indian Cuisines West Indian Cuisines Indo Chinese International Cuisines American Chinese French German Indonesian Italian Latin American Japanese Mexican Mexican Fusion Middle East Nigerian Trinidad Turkish Dish Type Recipes with Step by Step Pictures Basics for Cooking Evening Tea Time Snacks Side Dish for Chapathi / Roti / Poori / Pulka Side Dish for Idli / Dosa / Appam Indian Dal Recipes Paneer Dishes Cauliflower Recipes Payasam Varieties Chutney Recipes for Rice, Roti, Chats and Tiffin Over 150 Deep Fried Recipes Indian Microwave Recipes Egg Dishes, Indian Chicken Recipes Mutton Recipes Seafood Recipes Indian Lunch Box Recipes Sambar, Kootus, Kuzhambu and Rasam Recipes Kid Friendly Dishes By Course Breakfast Recipes Dinner Recipes Salads, Soups and Beverages Vegetarian Starters Chutneys, Podis, Pickles and Sauce! Indian Vegetarian Dry Side Dishes Indian Vegetarian Gravies Indian Breads Recipes Rice Varieties Non Vegetarian Semi Sautes and Gravies Mithais and Indian Sweets Cakes n Bakes! Indian Food Recipes Recipe Index Occasions Indian Festival Foods Navaratri / Navratri Special Dishes Indian Temple Prasadams, Savories Diwali Deepavali Sweets and Savories Events Bake-A-Thon Menu Search for: Search Flatbread Mooli ka Paratha with Onion Chutney! February 27, 2008 31 Comments Mooli ka paratha dates back to a shot in the past. Finally it came home, late night but which time, I had almost got them asleep. Temper it with Mustard and curry leaves with the remaining oil. Btw you can send this to B n Jais click event. I dont remember if Mooli Paranthas are from his show.

 

I like your version. Onion Chutney Ulli Gadda / Erra Gadda Pacchadi We call Onion as Erragadda because its red in colour, simple right. Divide it into equal sized balls. Poor hubby, was dreaming and thinking only of the tricycles for the past few days. If it is a premonition or a sheer coincidence I am not sure, but the night before my birthday, I seem to be indulging in a stuffed paratha. Reply Srivalli says: February 28, 2008 at 5:56 am Nags, hey pakodas??.sounds great&will try that out sometime.or better you give me the recipe&try this .its yummy too Jayashree, oh great.will be nice to see your version too jayasree, thats good to know&with channa dal too it will taste good.but I havent tried it with mooli paratha satya, yeah but we have always made this way.stuffing means you got to remove the water so it looses lot of vitamins right&this way you use up everything&thank you.glad you liked them hobbitt, great&this combi will be delicious & Sia, oh god wish he had remembered to get those too.two days its been dil dediya.dil dediy thats going on and one&:D&thanks.sure try its yummy Happy cook, hahhah&thanks glad you like this &yeah we are already fed up with that.and he is conspiring on how to remove the batteries.we are hoping it will get used up fast.:) Coffee, thanks&glad you liked this combi.

 

They try to scare me, by popping in and out of the kitchen and when Athamma brought Peddu to show him what I was doing, he looked very expectedly at me. Pinterest is using cookies to help give you the best experience we can. Reply Mansi Desai says: February 28, 2008 at 1:26 am Looks great Srivalli! I am wanitng to make this too for some time now:) dont know when the muhurat will come:D Reply Dhivya says: February 28, 2008 at 1:33 am looks yummy Reply Pooja V says: February 28, 2008 at 3:56 am I love these hidden in flour. Serve with Onion Chutney. We were hooked to it. Its called Vengayam in Tamil, though quaintly, I dont know the origin of this chutney. vimmi, oh wow.that must taste great too.will try next time&nice to know abt your sk recipes& Ranjitha, nice to see you back&thank you very much for the wishes! Manju, thank you&try and let me know! latha, pls do they are great& musy, glad you like them& Mansi, hahah.waiting for muhurat for this. remeber keeping a diary too with SK recipes.

 

Reply Anonymous says: February 27, 2008 at 8:23 pm Hi Valli Many many happy returns of the day&the parathas look amazing Ranjitha Reply Superchef says: February 27, 2008 at 9:32 pm mmmmm&yummy yummy food& i have some baby radish&and this is what im gonna make!! Reply masalamagic says: February 27, 2008 at 10:20 pm That looks so delicious Sri! Im going to ahve to try your recipe as soon as i get my hands on some mooli! the chutney looks divine! Reply musical says: February 27, 2008 at 10:53 pm Paranthas would have tasted so good with that awesome chutney! I like your way of mixing moolis with flour! Lovely recipe. Reply jayasree says: February 27, 2008 at 9:14 am I do make use of mooli in parathas other than making sambhar of it. Try these little browser tricks to get going again. Join 14 other subscribers Email Address Recent Posts Chow Chow Moong Dal Kootu Chinese Peanut Sesame Ginger Brittle Rajma Masala with Chapati Hotel Style Vegetable Kurma for Parotta Mixed Dal with Pulka Easy Dinner Ideas CategoriesCategories Select Category Accompaniments Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner Recipes Cooking Essentials Events Hosted Festivals, Memories and Misc Flatbread Non Vegetarian Gravies Non Vegetarian Starters Rice Recipes Salads, Soups and Beverages Sweets & Desserts Vegetarian Side Dishes Vegetarian Starters and Snacks Weekly Menu, Party Menu Yeasted Bread Archives Archives Select Month February 2017 (1) January 2017 (11) December 2016 (16) November 2016 (12) October 2016 (11) August 2016 (3) July 2016 (12) June 2016 (12) May 2016 (13) April 2016 (7) March 2016 (11) February 2016 (13) January 2016 (8) December 2015 (16) November 2015 (14) October 2015 (13) September 2015 (11) August 2015 (17) July 2015 (11) June 2015 (19) May 2015 (15) April 2015 (9) March 2015 (16) February 2015 (22) January 2015 (13) December 2014 (19) November 2014 (21) October 2014 (11) September 2014 (7) August 2014 (14) July 2014 (11) June 2014 (14) May 2014 (10) April 2014 (11) March 2014 (6) February 2014 (9) January 2014 (7) December 2013 (18) November 2013 (10) October 2013 (16) September 2013 (10) August 2013 (10) July 2013 (10) June 2013 (8) May 2013 (8) April 2013 (5) March 2013 (5) February 2013 (2) January 2013 (6) December 2012 (14) November 2012 (6) October 2012 (9) September 2012 (7) August 2012 (5) July 2012 (8) June 2012 (6) May 2012 (13) April 2012 (9) March 2012 (10) February 2012 (10) January 2012 (9) December 2011 (10) November 2011 (7) October 2011 (15) September 2011 (14) August 2011 (8) July 2011 (9) June 2011 (9) May 2011 (9) April 2011 (9) March 2011 (8) February 2011 (6) January 2011 (8) December 2010 (12) November 2010 (7) October 2010 (9) September 2010 (9) August 2010 (9) July 2010 (9) June 2010 (8) May 2010 (10) April 2010 (8) March 2010 (10) February 2010 (9) January 2010 (12) December 2009 (7) November 2009 (8) October 2009 (11) September 2009 (17) August 2009 (9) July 2009 (9) June 2009 (9) May 2009 (8) April 2009 (11) March 2009 (11) February 2009 (11) January 2009 (11) December 2008 (11) November 2008 (30) October 2008 (15) September 2008 (16) August 2008 (20) July 2008 (27) June 2008 (29) May 2008 (31) April 2008 (25) March 2008 (27) February 2008 (26) January 2008 (25) December 2007 (17) November 2007 (22) October 2007 (16) September 2007 (21) August 2007 (25) July 2007 (31) June 2007 (33) May 2007 (8) Rice Recipes July 25, 2015 Beerakaya Thokku Annam Ridgegourd Peel Mixed Rice June 22, 2007 Vegetable Biryani Side Dishes May 22, 2009 Lunch Box Series : LBS#47 Avial Melody of assorted Vegetables in a gravy! September 19, 2011 Thakkali Sambar Recipe How to make Arachuvita Sambar / Tomato Sambar Step by Step Recipe Lunch Box Series : LBS#65 Breakfast, Brunch and Dinner Ideas June 26, 2015 Cachapas Fresh Corncakes with Cheese February 1, 2014 Puli Ven Pongal Home Spice your Life! Cooking from Cookbook Challenge Cooking 4 all Seasons . But for me, I can have radish in any form, though not as a salad. 7bb3afa9e5

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