Oats Mooli Paratha/Oats Radish Paratha

Oats Mooli Paratha /Oats Radish Paratha

This is very common paratha in Indian houses. This is my mother in law’s recipe. The only change which I did is I added oats flour in dough which is fully optional.😃


  1. Mooli/radish 2 medium size grated
  2. Salt to taste
  3. Oil for shallow frying paratha
  4. green chilies 2 chopped
  5. Chopped coriander leaves
  6. Red chili powder 1 teaspoon
  7. Garam masala 1/2 teaspoon
  8. Carom Seeds 1/2 tsp

For Dough

  1. Multi grain Atta 1 cup
  2. Oats Flour 1/2 cup


  1. Take grated radish in a bowl. Sprinkle some salt on it and keep it aside for 10-15 minutes. Then squeeze out all the water from it. Don’t throw the squeezed water.
  2. Then add green chilies , coriander leaves in squeezed mooli. Mix well.
    Add red chili powder, carom seeds and garam masala. Mix well.
  3. Make the dough by using radish water which we get after squeezed. Don’t add salt in dough as water is already salty.
  4. Let the dough rest for 15 minutes.
  5. Divide the dough, roll it into a smooth ball and flatten it between your palms.
  6. Before you start rolling, heat tawa or pan on medium heat to fry paratha.
  7. Dust it into dry flour. Roll into a 4 inch diameter circle.
  8. Put some stuffing in the center, gather the edges and pinch it to seal it tightly.
  9. Flatten it by pressing it lightly, again dust in dry flour. And gently roll .
  10. Now shallow fry the paratha on hot tawa from both the sides using oil or ghee. It should have nice golden brown and crispy .
  11. Serve hot with butter.

Serve 6-7 paratha

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Notes Add salt only in grated radish.















Oats Mooli Paratha

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