Radish Chutney Recipe | Mullangi Chutney | Radish Thogayal

Radish Chutney Recipe | Mullangi Chutney | Radish Thogayal

Radish Chutney Recipe | Mullangi Chutney | Radish Thogayal recipe with step-by-step pictures and instructions. Radish Chutney is a quick and easy south Indian accomplishment for rice, idli, dosa, and chapati. The method of preparation is quite similar to other south Indian chutney we make with any vegetables. I made it without coconut but you can add little grated coconut too. Best way to feed radish to fussy eaters. 

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SHHH COOKING SECRETLY CHALLENGE

Challenge for this month in Shhh Secretly cooking challenge FB group is Chutney suggested by Priya VJ. I have bookmarked her maangai thogayal to try during this summer. My partner for this month is Mayuri who blogs at mayuris-jikoni. Check tempting Brazilian Carrot Cake and many more interesting recipes from her blog.

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This time I missed the announcement and joined late. Mayuri was kind enough to accept and gave me the secret ingredients though she had another partner. She gave me onions and chilli as secret ingredients and I made this simple radish chutney. Don’t forget to check out the mouthwatering garlic and tomato chutney by Mayuri. 

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Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes

Tamarind Dates Chutney

Green Chutney

Pizza Sauce

Coriander Chutney

Mint Coriander Chutney

Ridge Gourd Peel Chutney

Coriander Thokku

Allam Chutney

Beetroot Chutney

Garlic Chutney

Sesame Chutney

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Radish Chutney Recipe | Mullangi Chutney | Radish Thogayal

Radish Chutney is a quick and easy south Indian accomplishment for rice, idli, dosa, and chapati.

5 minPrep Time

10 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • Radish 1/2 cup
  • Onion 1 small optional
  • Tomato 1 small
  • Oil 1 tsp
  • Chana dal 1 tbsp
  • Urad dal 1/2 tbsp
  • Red Chilli 4-5
  • To temper
  • Oil 1 tsp
  • Mustard 1/2 tsp
  • Urad dal 1/2 tsp
  • Curry leaves few

Instructions

  1. Heat oil and add chana dal, urad dal, and red chilli
  2. Once it browns, add the chopped onion and radish.
  3. Saute nicely for 4-5 minutes till radish is crunchy and cooked.
  4. Then add chopped tomato.
  5. Saute for a minute and switch off the flame.
  6. Once it cools down, take them in mixer.
  7. Grind to a fine paste adding little water.
  8. Transfer to a bowl.
  9. Heat oil and add ingredients given under to temper.
  10. Once it browns add it to the chutney.
  11. Radish chutney is ready. Serve it with idli/dosa/rice

Notes

You can use tamarind instead of tomato.

Saute nicely to remove the raw smell of radish.

I use Byadagi chili which is less spicy. If you are using normal ones you can use 2-3

You can also add 2-3 tbsp of grated coconut to the chutney

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How to make Radish chutney with step by step pictures

Heat oil and add chana dal, urad dal, and red chilli

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Once it browns, add the chopped onion and radish. Saute nicely for 4-5 minutes till radish is crunchy and cooked.

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Then add chopped tomato.

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Saute for a minute and switch off the flame.

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Once it cools down, take them in mixer.

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Grind to a fine paste adding little water. Transfer to a bowl.

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Heat oil and add ingredients given under to temper.

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Once it browns add it to the chutney.

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Radish chutney is ready. Serve it with idli/dosa/rice

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14 thoughts on “Radish Chutney Recipe | Mullangi Chutney | Radish Thogayal”

  • Narmadha, I really love how the South Indian Cuisine makes chutneys out of practically anything that is edible. I would have never thought of using radish to make a delicious looking Radish Chutney. With Ramadan just round the corner, we will start getting fresh radish and this recipe is bookmarked to try then.
  • What a delicious way to include radish in one's diet! Love the use of tomato here - it must have added so much more flavour. The deep red colour of the chutney is so enticing! ❤️
  • We made mullangi chutney every day during the radish season in Bangalore. It was one I look forward to with dinner as it was so easy to make after a long day at work. Coming here I have totally forgotten about it. So glad you bought it back.
  • Wow Narmadha, yummy chutney made with radish.. no one can say looking at the beautiful color that it has radish .. it is definitely a delicious way to include radish in meals other than regular stir frys and salads.
  • I just love the way our south indian cooking makes chutneys out of everything from veggies to fruits to even veggies peels . I prefer radish chutney as it cuts out the pungency and makes it very tasty to enjoy .
  • Such a healthy and tasty chutney recipe, loved your version radish chutney. I d't like radish that much but love this radish chutney alot. I never added tomato in radish chutney, will try it next time.
  • Radish chutney? Wow never thought of making chutney with Radish. Delicious as well as healthy chutney to pair with our meal or snacks. All the dal red chilli sauteed onion etc definitely made this chutney mouthwatering. I would love to try it soon.
  • You know what Narmadha you are just great! I know of a way to feed my daughter radish! She will never suspect I making chutney! :D love the idea of using radish and it definitely is yum.

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