Moolangi/ Radish/ Daikon Chutney

It is rather not easy to get the long tender white radishes here in North America. When ever i see some, I am sure to get those! We use the radishes in curry, chutney, paratha and of course in salads. The other day I made some chutney and of course it is very tasty with hot rice and ghee.

You will need
For the chutney
Radish washed a chopped 1 cup
Roasted Channa (Hurigadale/kalade poppu) 1/4 cup
Dry red chillies 3 (more if you need it spicy)
fresh Coriander a handful
Tamarind Paste 1/2 tsp
Jeera 1/4 tsp
Coconut 1/4 cup
Salt to taste

Oil 2 tsp
Mustard seeds 1/4 tsp
Hing a dash
Curry leaves 4-5

  • Roast the red chillies in a tawa for two minutes till it darkens slightly.
  • Combine the roasted chillies with all other ingredients listed under the chutney and about 1/4 cup of water in a blender and grind it till smooth.
  • Remove the chutney in a serving dish
  • For the tempering, heat oil, dump the mustard seeds, hing and curry leaves. Once they crackle, remove it from heat and pour it over the chutney. Serve at room temperature

    This is my entry to the Chutney dip mania hosted by Ramya.


Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Healthy and delicious!! Been ages since I made this one..... Thanx for the wonderful entry!! :)

Navita (Gupta) Hakim said...

m so going to try this..
hi first time here. u have a trove of gr8 pics n lovely recipes...

Archy said...

Wow, chutney with moolangi, Sakath agide, yavattu taste madilla, tappade try madtini :) !! Wonderful entry !!

Deepthi Shankar said...

we make moolangi chutney too, but somehow my hubby is not fond of it, i hust love this with rice

Lakshmi said...

I love this chutney too..infact moolangi is one of my fav vegetable. Nice one Smitha :)

Kannada Cuisine said...

@ Navita,
Thanks for visiting my blog, and hope to see you again soon!!

Try Madi, adu palette cleanser antharalla, nalige shudha antaralla athara dish idu.. and hope you like it

@ Deesha,
me too.. hot rice, moolangi chutney and ghee... just love it

Howda, nangu Moolangi favorite ri, But then we do not get frequently, so sikkidaga jasti tandu madtini!

Recipeswap said...

Love the taste of radish but hate the smell.......Looks great!