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A Diabetes-Friendly Mooli Paratha For A Healthy And Happy You.

By Dr. Nikita Toshi +2 more

Who doesn’t like to indulge in parathas especially when they are made wholesome to cut the guilt factor from it?

Here’s an easy way to make Mooli (Radish) parathas with millets, wheat flour, some Indian spices, green chillies and mustard oil. A dish meant for all ages in the family.

What you will need?

  • Shredded Radish – 2 nos. 
  • Whole wheat flour – 2 cups (350gms)
  • Jowar flour – 1/2 cup (100gms)
  • Ragi flour – 1/2 cup (100gms)
  • Chopped green chilli – 1 no. 
  • Salt – according to taste
  • Red chilli powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Coriander powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Turmeric powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
  • Chopped coriander leaves – 1/4 cup
  • Mustard oil – 1 tbsp
  • Ghee – to use while roasting parathas 
  • Water if needed to knead the dough 


  • Preparations – Shred the radish, chop coriander leaves and green chilli. 
  • Mix all the ingredients in a container and knead a non-sticky dough. Use water only if required as radish itself has a good amount of water.
  • Once kneaded, divide the dough into equal parts. It gave us 13 pcs in total. 
  • Use an iron tawa to make the parathas. 
  • Roll out each paratha into 6″ inch discs.
  • You may use some dry flour to dust the balls and allow smooth rolling. 
  • Once rolled, put the disc on hot tawa for roasting and flip after a minute.
  • Apply ghee on the lightly roasted side and flip again after 2 mins. 
  • Press with a flat spoon or a wooden block. Once roasted well, then remove from flame and serve hot with green chutney or dahi.

You can have Mooli Parathas as a part of a healthy breakfast or snack. These are not only good for people with diabetes, but it also tastes extremely good and you should try them this winter for good health.

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