Radish/Muli Parantha


Muli parantha is a very simple and healthy dish. In this recipe I have used red radish/muli. You can use whichever is available. When we were kids, I was a non fussy kid no not as much as my little bro, so my mom would do these paranthas, by sneaking in as much as grated mule and my bro would relish without know what’s in there sigh those days. The muli paranthas are soft and yum. So let’s start making them.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time: 1 hour
Idle Time:20 minutes
Cooking Time: 2  minutes (each parantha)
makes: 10 paranthas

What you will need

2 cups grated radish/muli

2 cups wheat flour + for dusting

1 cup (finely chopped onions, green chillies and fenugreek leaves tightly packed)

1 tsp jeera

1 tsp salt

2 tsp vegetable oil + extra for cooking

¾ Th cup water (accordingly)

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How to make

In bowl add the grated radish, onion, chillies, fenugreek leaves, salt and jeera, mix it well, then  add the wheat flour mix it dryly and leave it for 20 minutes by covering it. After 20 minutes the dough will be a bit soft from water which is left by the radish, then accordingly you can add waster and make the dough like chapatti consistency. Then take lemon sized balls and roll into 6 inch diameter chapatti and cook it on the tawa by putting oil on both the sides, then it’s ready to serve with just raita /salad/ chutney pudi / gravy or anything.



You can add chilli powder if you want.

You can add carrots and coriander also.

Add water accordingly or the dough will become too sticky.


Stuffed Green Peppers


It’s been long since I had posted, I was on vacation to India for my first cousins wedding, it was so much fun and which will be some of the most memorable moments of my life. It was all celebration, fun and good food. Also loads of foods apart from the wedding food which I gobbled like I would never get then again sigh. We go to India every three months but there are few food items I crave when I am here sigh.

DH wants his snacks most of the evenings, I try to make healthy snacks most of the time and I keep searching for healthy , this recipe is yummy and healthy because its baked , that makes it even more healthier than deep fired snacks . this is not the original recipe , the original recipe calls for jalapenos but since I dint have them , I used the long green peppers and the taste was awesome, and I will surely keep making these regularly and may be with some more add on’s , so here goes the recipe.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time: 20 minutes.
Idle Time: 10 hours
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
makes: 8 pieces

What you will need

2 – Long green peppers

½ cup – American corn

½ cup – tightly packed spinach

1 tsp – chilly flakes

½ tsp – dried basil

½ tsp – oregano

1/4th tsp – salt

1 tsp – lemon juice

1 tsp – olive oil

1/2 – corn flour

1 tbsp –mozzarella cheese (optional)

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How to make

First take the washed peppers and cute them into four equal pieces, for two peppers it will be eight pieces and keep aside.

Then blanch the spinach and chopped it finely. In a bowl add the corn, spinach, olive oil, lemon juice, oregano, basil, chilly flakes, salt  and mix well. The stuff it in the cut peppers, sprinkle some cheese and bake it for 10 to 12 minutes at 375 degree Fahrenheit.


You can add cream cheese, for the stuffing mixture.

Cheese is optional, so you can make it purely vegan.

Basil, oregano are just optional, if you want to add you can or just leave it.

You can make it more interesting but adding and subtract ingredients.