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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Mughalai Paratha

cuisine recipes mughalai


Maida 1 cup
Wheat flour 1/2 cup
sooji 1/4 cup
milk few tablespoons
salt to taste
oil few tablespoons

Method of preparation:

Knead all the ingredients into soft dough using sufficient milk. Keep aside for atleast 1 hr.
Take a small lemon sized portion of dough and roll into a small round.
Make a cut along the radius of the round and roll it into a cone along the center.
Again flat the cone and roll into a small round.
Heat a pan and add paratha and cook for a minute.
When small bubbles appear turn around and add a teaspoon of oil around the paratha.
When it fries and brown spots appear, remove from head and serve.


At 11/07/2005 10:02:00 AM, Blogger Indira said...

Chaala bagunnayi Mugulai Parathalu, Raji. Hotels lo chestu untaaru kada.

Nenu Telugu lo type cheste neeku paravaledy kada.

At 11/08/2005 09:09:00 PM, Blogger Raji said...

naaku paravaledu
kaani telugu raani vallake kastam :)

At 11/12/2005 10:41:00 AM, Blogger Jayashree said...

Hey there,

Wanted to let you know I tried three of your recipes - methi idli, mughlai paratha and the squash curry.

I loved the squash curry and the mughlai paratha was a nice variation of the regular capathi. I must confess that the methi idli was too bitter for my palate. It came out quite soft and fluffy though. Maybe I'll try with less methi next time.

Keep the recipes coming. Do you have any for dosakaya? How about the simple andhra pappu?


At 12/08/2008 09:39:00 PM, Blogger veni said...

hi raji

mee vantalu chala baagunnai, pl let me know how to make butter-non (roties making at hotels) pl.



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