Radish is rich in Vitamin C and it has dietary fibre. Other than sambar this thogayal is one good way of eating radish with rice.
Radish Chutney – Mullangi Thogayal
- Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
- Recipe Category: Accompaniment
- Preparation Time: 5 mins
- Cooking time: 10 mins
- Serves: 2
|Radish||1 medium peeled and grated|
|Coconut||2 tbsp chopped or grated|
|Tamarind||¼ lemon size|
|Cumin seeds||½ tbsp|
|Ginger||½ inch peeled and chopped|
|Mustard seeds||½ tsp|
|Urad dal||1 tsp|
|Curry leaves||1 sprig|
1. Heat oil in a pan and add Cumin seeds, pepper, red chilli and ginger. Sauté it for a min and add grated radish, tamarind and salt. Sauté it till the raw smell goes. Switch off the flame and add coconut.
2. Grind the sautéed radish mix to a semi coarse paste and season it with oil, mustard seeds, urad dal, red chilli, asafoetida and curry leaves.
Serve with hot steamed rice.
- You can add sautéed shallots along with radish before grinding for a variation.
- Adjust red chilli as per your taste preference.