Jan 25, 2009

MOOLLANGI CHUTNEY (WHITE RADISH CHUTNEY)

Moollangi --- mooli -- white radish ---- 2 no. 1 cup cut in to small pieces
Ground nuts 0r pea nuts --- 1/4 cup
green chilies --- 6
tomato --- 1 cut in to small pieces
capsicum -- 1 cut in to small pieces
Cumin seeds --- 1 tea sp
chana dal -- 1 tea sp
urad dal --- 1 tea sp
Coriander and mint leaves --- 1/2 cup
Tamarind --- 1 inch piece
Oil ---- 1 tab sp + 1tea sp
Garlic --- 5 cloves
Salt to taste
METHOD :-----
Heat a pan and fry ground nuts and cumin seeds,chana dal, urad dal till light brown color remove and keep a side.
Now add 1 tab sp oil to the same pan and add green chilies fry for 3 min. remove and add to ground nuts and keep a side.
Now add radish and tomato pieces to the same oil add salt to taste cover and let it cook till radish become tender then add mint and coriander leaves, capsicum pieces, tamarind mix well and switch off the flame
Let it cool itself,add raw garlic cloves to this.
Now first grind ground nuts and cumin, chanadal, urad dal in to a fine powder then add all other ingredients and grind in to a smooth paste
Heat 1 tea sp oil in a pan and add mustard seeds let them popup and add this to the chutney.
Another way is heat oil and add mustared seeds, curry leaves and 1 choped onion and fry till onion become soft and add this to the chutney
Enjoy this chutney with idli, dosa, and also with hot rice
This is my entry for chutney/dip mania event at ramya s Mane adige

10 comments:

LG said...

we love this chuteny also. Hot rice and chutney and little ghee...yummo!

Dershana said...

hi rekha, never tried making chutney with mullangi. sure sounds like a yummy thugayal!

Priya said...

Lovely chutney n looks delicious..

Ann said...

this is first to me..lemme try,looks great

Ramya Bala said...

rekha,
eppovum bala n akhilesh both hate radish chutney :)i like it for some reason..aana urs is a very different way,capsicum,peanut and tomato and all...kandippa try panren:)

Cham said...

Mullangi sounds good and delicous too

notyet100 said...

neve rknw could prepare chutney of mooli too,..:-)

Adlak's tiny world said...

Its new one for me.. not tried so far.. must give a try.. thnks for sharing

Ramya said...

Got to try this chutney asap. I'm impressed. :)

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Ramya's Mane Adige said...

oh, I love the color of this chutney!!! Would taste great with some hot steamed rice.... thanx for the wonderful entry :)