Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Mullangi Pachadi

Mullangi Pachadi or Radish Chutney




Ingredients:


Cubed Radish-1 cup
Roasted peanuts-4 tablespoons
Green chillies-5
Cumin seeds-1 teaspoon
Lemon juice-4 tablespoons
Turmeric powder-a pinch
Curry leaves-few
Garlic-3 cloves
Salt to taste
Oil-1 tablespoon

Method:

1. Heat the oil in a pan and fry the green chillies, curry leaves, turmeric powder, cumin seeds and garlic (in the end) on low flame.

2. Keep them aside and fry the cubed radish for four minutes on low flame.

3. Turn off the stove and let them cool.

4. Add peanuts, salt and lime juice and grind into a smooth paste. If necessary use a little water.

5. Serve with hot rice and ghee. It was yummy…even my children liked it.


Note: If you want, you can season the chutney with mustard seeds and red dry chillies.

14 comments:

Asha said...

I love it too. Except peanuts, I make the same way with mustard seeds Tadka.Tastes so good. Thanks for this too Vijaya!:))

Menu Today said...

Hi Vijaya,
Very new chutney for me. looks nice. Thanks for sharing.

Daily Meals said...

Hi Asha! Peanuts gave really nice taste to this chutney. I have tasted this chutney in one of my friend's house (she is also from Andhra) and I took the recipe from her and made it.

Thank you Menu Today! This chutney tasted very nice. You must give it a try. I am sure that you too will like it.

Seena said...

I like all these simple and tasty recipes from you, Andhra cuisine is the most matching with Kerala..

Dhanggit said...

oh thank you for this post..i always have lonely raddish that sits on the fridge....that are always left forgotten coz i dont often have recipes to use them..simple recipe but looks delicious

Latha Narasimhan said...

Nice recipe vijaya! :) I use Radih only for sambhar as my family likes it that way! My mother used to make this but with out groundnut! Must try yours once! :)
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Daily Meals said...

Thank you Seena!

Thank you Dhanggit!

Hi Latha! Do give it a try. I hope you will like it.

swapna susarla said...

a healthy recipe.

Daily Meals said...

Hi Swapna! Thank you.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Patchadi with mullangi is new to me..I make only Sambhar:(

Daily Meals said...

Hi Rak's Kitchen! Do try this chutney. It tastes very nice.

TBC said...

Radish chutney...how creative! Never heard of this one before though I have made other dishes with radish.

Daily Meals said...

Hi TBC! I have tasted this in one of my friend's house. My children loved it. So I got the recipe from her and made it.

Anonymous said...

hi vijaya! Thank you oh so so much! You are a meal saver! I have a recipe for this pachadi with coconut...but i was out of coconut! and i had some friends coming over!! this recipe was truly delicious!! i did it exactly as you said. thanx again!