Thepla is a Guajarati word. It is an easy form of paratha. Enjoyment without much work 😉 Yes!!! There is no need to prepare stuffing separately. Put everything together, knead and make.
Radish is not liked by many, let alone be in their list of favourite vegetables. But it ranks very high in nutrition and health benefits. You can make raw salads, sambar or add them in any veggie recipes. If you don’t like the pungent taste, add couple of carrots, tone down the taste and enjoy.
Winter is the time when we get fresh juicy radishes in India. When It is home grown, the joy doubles. I wish to use every edible part without any wastage and without any usage of pesticide. Thus, it is healthy as well.
Radish and its greens – one small bunch
Coriander – 1 tea spoon
Cumin – ½ tea spoon
Carom seeds – ½ tea spoon
Garlic – 3-4 cloves
Green chilli – 1
Coriander leaves – 1 table spoon (chopped)
Curd – 2 table spoons
Salt- to taste
Whole wheat powder – as required
Oil – to cook
-Wash radish as well as green leaves.
-Grate the radish and chop the greens. Sprinkle salt.
-Crush coriander and cumin, add.
-Dry grind green chilli and garlic, add.
-Add carom seeds, chopped coriander and curd as well.
-Mix everything, make a firm dough by using required amount of whole wheat flour.
-Now take lemon sized chapati dough in hand, roll this ball by using a roller, like regular chapati.
-Cook both the sides by using either oil, ghee or butter.
-Serve with sweetened curd or pickle.