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Tangy Radish Chutney: No Heating, No Fuss Recipe


tangy radish chutney
Radish chutney? No,I am not kidding. In fact, this term would have certainly sprung a surprise on me a couple of years back when cooking was nowhere in my dreams. Now that I have begun cooking, it isn't a surprise for me.

But the credit for this yummy, tangy radish chutney goes to Vins Raj. I love her food posts that are inspired by her south Indian origin, for I love food from the south. It's yummy in every way.

Slight modification to the original recipe has given my mooli chutney a new color!

Radish is one root vegetable that does not have a huge fan following. But I love mooli in all its forms - from salad to soup, from curry to stir fry, from sambar to chutney.

radish sambar
You will find a number of radish recipe experiments in this website alone. I have already tried mooli sambar, inspired by Chinnis Corner. The sambar came out yummy. I won;t be wrong to say that it was one of the tastiest sambar types I have ever had.

Then I have tried mooli bhajja - a kind of stir fry. Please do give this recipe a try once. Fussy eaters at home would turn mooli lovers. Yes, I can boast this claim!
mooli bhajja


Next comes the turn of another mooli stir fry, which was blended with carrot to produce a lip-smacking bhajja that tasted divine in every form.

Now is the turn of mooli chutney or radish chutney. You have got to try this radish recipe once to prove to the world that mooli tastes yummy!

With no heating, no tempering required, this does make a must-try radish chutney. Are you going to give it a try?

A recap on Radish Benefits before we dig into the recipe:
RADISH BENEFITS

benefits of radish

radish recipes & benefits
tangy mooli chutney recipe

Ingredients
1/2 radish
1 onion
bunch of coriander leaves
1 small piece of tamarind
1 piece of dates (seedless)
black salt
1 green chilly

Procedure

  1. Cut raddish into small pieces.
  2. Chop onion.
  3. Put all the ingredients in a grinder or food processor and run the mixer for 2-3 times until you get a paste.
  4. Enjoy this tasty spicy raddish chutney with rice or roti.
You may be interested in other radish recipes on this website:
radish carrot stir fry

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  1. Never tried making radish chutney..will try this for sure Ravneet. Thanks for the share 😃

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    1. You'll fall for it, Poonam. It's that good!! Go ahead!

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