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Friday, August 31, 2012

Mooli Sabzi-Radish Curry Recipe-Indian Radish Recipes

If I am not in front of the computer, my family knows that I will either be in the kitchen or in my small kitchen garden, so much is my passion for cooking and gardening. I love growing vegetables with natural fertilizers at home.I harvested a bunch of radish and cooked it along with its leaves. Radish and it leaves has many health and nutritional benefits. In fact the leaves contain more Vitamin C, calcium and protein than their roots. This curry goes well with both rice and chapati.

white radish
Me and my harvest

Radish

How to make Radish curry 

Prep time -under 10 mins
Cook time - under 30 mins
Serves -2

Ingredients needed

Radish chopped - 1 cup heaped
Radish greens -1 1/2 - 2 cups
Onion - 2 (medium size)
Green chilli -1
Tomato - 1
Ginger - 1 inch piece

Turmeric powder - a pinch
Chilli powder -3/4 -1 tsp
Coriander powder -2 tsp
Salt to taste

For the seasoning 

Oil - 1 tbsp
Cumin seeds/ jeera - 1 tsp

Mooli Sabzi-Radish curry
Radish curry- picture taken in my garden for a change
Preparation

Wash radish well, peel the skin with a peeler and chop it into cubes.

Wash leaves, remove the thick stem and chop it finely.

Chop onion, ginger, green chilli and tomato finely.

Method 

Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds, when it splutters, add finely chopped onions, green chilli and ginger.

When onion turns golden brown, add tomatoes and cook till it becomes mushy.

Then add chopped radish, radish leaves, chilli powder, turmeric powder,coriander powder, salt needed and saute for a few minutes.

Add 1/4 cup of water and cook covered in low flames until the radish becomes soft. Check for salt.(Keep stirring in between for even cooking. Also sprinkle water if required.)

Serve hot with chapati or rice.

More Radish Recipes (Indian)


radish paratha


Radish greens

Radish Channa Curry (protein packed)

channaradishgravy


araichu vitta radish sambar

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20 comments:

  1. Although radish is something that people don't relish, but your wonderful clicks tempts to have this radish curry. A Wonderful dish.

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  2. padhu so cute presentation and our fav araichutu vitta sambar from your kitchen ..yummy

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  3. waw.. you are amazing! I just popped into ur blog yesterday & what a great blog u have. Happy following you. Check mine sometime http://corporatetokitchen.blogspot.sg/

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  4. wow...lovely dear... nice radish in your garden... n recipes too yumm...
    VIRUNTHU UNNA VAANGA

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  5. Looks tempting to see the radish recipes... even I am not a radish lover..Nice clicks

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  6. NIce one, we call it muli ki bhujia and i love it with paranthas!

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  7. That is so nice Padhu... if only everyone of us could do this, then no need to go hunting for fresh organic veggies..:))
    Hats off to your passion.. Lovely..
    Reva

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  8. Homegrown radish, wow you rock Padhu..Sabzi looks fabulous.

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  9. i am also interested in gardening, tell me it has seeds or you have to cut the stem and plant?

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  10. very nice and all the four recipes are yummy. i will try the subzi.

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  11. thank u,very nice recipe. i will try the subzi.other mooli parata and sambar we prepare like yours.

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  12. Wow... Looks delicious and very tempting dear :)

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  13. padhu u r really amazing :) the veggies look so fresh and healthy. ur family is very lucky to have u :)

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  14. Dear Rajirk
    You have to sow seeds for radish.

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  15. hai padhu yesterday i did ur raddish curry , but ididnt add the leaves it was super hit in my family. my children loved it a lot. enaku kuda micham vaikama saptutanga. so avungalukua thirumba innaiku pannen. thanks for ur recepies

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  16. unable to congratulate you for a single dish.....
    Really i wonder at all of ur recipes...
    Hats off...
    Thanks a lot for such effort...

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  17. Excellent post..! Nice to know abt ur passions in life..Truly appreciate... Pls link a kids recipe to my event page on
    www.deepsrecipes.com
    Thanks,Dear.

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  18. I just made the first recipe listed, the Mooli Sabz, from home garden grown young "daikon" radish roots and greens, one small green cayenne pepper, a small onion and a store bought tomato, ginger and spices. It's very delicious! I think I'll serve it with onion kulchas. Thanks for another great cooking lesson!

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