Friday, February 21, 2014

Radish Chutney / Mullangi Chutney ~ Easy Chutney Recipes !

Radish is one veg that available in my fridge anytime. like onion tomato veggies like radish, cabbage, Broccoli, Spinach are must for me. Every week i cook these veggies in any form, these veggies are rich in Fiber, anti oxidants and tons of nutritional benefits and the most important thing, it is less in calories and high in nutrients and so helps in weight loss. So, if you are a person who diet then you must include these veggies in your meal.
I love making chutneys with vegetables and this Radish Chutney is one my favorite. I often make this chutney for idli/dosa but never get a chance to click. This time i purposely made it for blog since I don't have idli batter in hand simply served it as a side for chapathis. At home Everyone liked the combo. This Radish Chutney is very simple and similar to our regular onion tomato chutney with nice flavor and taste. Here, i used pink radish but you can also use the white one. Now off to the recipe...

Preparation Time : 5 minutes
Cooking Time : 10-12 minutes
Serves  4

Ingredients
  1. Radish     7 no.s*
  2. Onion    1 medium
  3. Tomato     1/2 or 1 small tomato
  4. Dry Red Chilli    4 no.s
  5. Garlic      2 cloves
  6. Tamarind   1 inch small piece
  7. Cilantro  4-5 stems
  8. Shreded coconut 2 tsp
  9. Curry leaves Few
  10. Channa dal 1 tbsp
  11. Urad dal 1// tbsp
  12. Oil 2-3 tsp
To temper
  1. Oil 1/2 tsp
  2. Mustard seeds 1/4 tsp
  3. Curry leaves Few

Method
  • Wash radish and chop it thin slices and roughly chop onion, tomato, cilantro and keep ready.
  • Heat oil in a pan, when its heated add channa dal and urad dal and fry till golden brown.
  • Then add dry red chilli, garlic and tamarind stir fry and add chopped onion and curry leave saute for a minute.
  • After that add sliced radish, sprinkle little salt and saute in medium heat for 3-4 minutes or until it turns soft and light in color.
  • Then add tomato and saute for a minute and lastly add cilantro and shredded coconut, stir well and switch off the stove.
  • Allow this cool completely and once it cooled completely, blend it using 1/4 cup water and enough salt and blend it to a fine coarse paste.
  • Then transfer the chutney to a bowl.
  • Heat oil in a pan, when it heated add mustard seeds allow to pop then add curry leaves and fry well and this tempering to the chutney.
  • Mix well. That's it..Radish Chutney ready. Serve as an accompaniment for Idli, Dosa, Chapathi, Curd rice. I had it with Oats Curd Bhat.

Notes:
*Here the available Pink Radish are slightly bigger than the baby potatoes. I used 7 pink radish for this chutney.
Around 1/2 cup cup sliced Radish or little more.
Dry red chilli is recommended for this chutney and a piece of tamarind is must.
Adding coconut is optional, if you skip coconut then reduce one chilli.


22 comments:

  1. very delicious and inviting chutney :) I have tried them too and they are indeed an yummy one !! tempting me !!

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  2. Looks really appetizing and delicious dear :)

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  3. I love the pink color of the radish that goes in to the chutney ...My mom also serve this chutney with chapathis she used to grate it and do the chutney ..

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  4. Very delicious and inviting chutney... Healthy way to have it aks... Nice clicks...

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  5. Yummy and healthy radish chutney !!!

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  6. Delicious chutney .. Neatly presented, Sangee!!

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  7. Wow nice chutney never heard chutney with radish.Will try.

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  8. looks too good.. nice pics.. healthy with radish.. nowadays me too experimenting vegetable chutneys.. :)

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  9. Such a nice background !! I love it sangee chutney looks perfect and shud be good with dosa idli
    Guess we can use it a sandwich feeling too

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  10. nice clicks.. Love the presentation.. I am also big fan of this vegetable chutney

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  11. Thank you always for your healthy receipes. Nice presentation, lovely pictures.

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  12. Radish chutney Looks nice & great clicks..

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  13. Delicious! Didn't have coconut, instead used peanuts soaked in warm water...

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    1. that's sounds interesting, will try it next time..thanks for your feedback.

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  14. Delicious chutney my personal favorite, love how perfectly you have made it dear

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  15. Superb & delicious Chutney tried it today and was yummy yummy indeed :-) will make atleast once in a week here on.thank u sangee

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