radish chutney or mullangi pachadi can be used as a side dish to accompany rice, chapathi or any indian breakfasts like idli, pesarratu, pongal or paratha.
mullangi is called as mooli in hindi and radish in English and is often used to make mullangi sambar, stir fry or chutney.
to make radish chutney I have used red radish, you can replace it with white one too.
Using Ginger reduces the smell of radish in this chutney. Dals can be replaced with peanuts or coconut to suit your taste.
radish chutney making with step by step photos
radish chutney or mullangi pachadi recipe below
- 1 cup grated radish or cubed to small
- 1 tbsp channa dal / senaga pappu
- 1 tbsp urad dal / minapappu
- ½ tsp cumin
- ¼ cup tomatoes cubes or tamarind paste as needed
- 2 to 3 hot green chilies
- 1 inch ginger
- oil as needed
- pinch of hing
- 1 sprig curry leaves
- pinch of mustard
- pinch of cumin
- ⅛ tsp chana dal (optional)
- ⅛ tsp urad dal (optional)
- garlic crushed optional
- Roast the dals separately till you get an aroma, off heat &add cumin to the hot pan. Set this aside to cool.
- Fry the chills set aside. Add grated radish and fry for 8 to 10 on a medium flame, If you want to get the best health benefits and can bear with the smell, then just saute it for about 3 to 4 minutes. set aside.
- Add salt to tomatoes and fry till they turn pulpy. Skip if you are using tamarind paste.
- Once cool, powder dals and cumin to a fine powder in a blender jar.
- Add ginger, green chilies, radish and tomatoes, adjust salt. Grind it to smooth, if needed add very little water. I did not use.
- Heat a small pan with oil, add mustard, cumin , garlic and dals. Fry till the dals turn golden. Add curry leaves and hing. Saute and add the chutney to the seasoning.Serve radish chutney with rice, idli, dosa, pesarattu or even with bread.
more mullangi recipes, check
mullangi stir fry
mullangi with spring onions