Grated white radish - approx 4 cupsDo no squeeze the water
Wheat flour - 4 cups + for dusting
Salt - 2.5 tsp
Sambar Powder - 1 tbsp
Chopped Cilantro - 2 tbsps
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 tsp
Water - 2 to 3 tbsps
Prep - Work
Clean the radish and peel the skin and grate them. I used about 3 medium sized radishes to get 4 cups of grated radish.
Add the grated radish, sambar powder, turmeric powder, salt and cilantro to the wheat flour and mix well.
Do not add any water. The water content from the radish is sufficient for kneading the dough. If required drizzle 2 to 3 tbsps of water but not more that. The dough should be thick and should not be watery.
Pinch a lemon sized ball from the dough and dust it generously with wheat flour.
Roll them into your favorite shapes or you can carve some interesting shapes with the cookie cutter as I tried in the broccoli paratha. For this recipe, I went with regular round shape.
Now heat the tava and place these rolled/carved parathas and spread a little oil.
Let it cook for a minute and flip. Let it cook for another minute on the other side. If required add oil.
Once both sides are cooked, that’s it. Yummy parathas are ready.
Serve hot with ketchup or yogurt or pickle.
Instead of sambar powder, you can add coriander powder and red chili powder or the store bought paratha masala. Adjust salt and spice according to your preference. If required, 1 tsp of sugar can be added.