Radish Curry

Radish Curry / Arachuvitta Mullangi Kuzhambu:

Healthy white root Radish has wonderful health benefits, mild taste and pungent smell are the reason we try to avoid this root but, the fresh ground aromatic masala will completely change it to delicious curry.

Radish Curry
Radish Curry

Glance on its health benefits:

Regulates blood pressure

Helps you recover from jaundice:

Good for diabetics

Keeps the kidneys healthy

Keeps you looking younger

Good for asthma patients

Fights constipation

Beats cold and cough

Helps with weight loss: Radish is extremely low in calories, and the fibre content in it promotes satiety. A single 100g serving of raw radish contains just 16 calories, radish can be a part of any weight loss diet.

Ingredients to prepare:

Radish- 2

Onion=1

Tomato-1

Tamarind extract-2 tbsp

Salt-1 tsp

Turmeric powder

To Temper:

Oil-1 tbsp

Mustard seeds=1/2 tsp

Curry leaves-1 twig

To Grind:

Dry red chilli-5

Coriander seeds-1 tbsp

Methi seeds- 1/4 tsp

Cumin seeda-1/4 tsp

Fennel seeds-1/2 tsp

Coconut-2 tbsp

Shallots – 5

Tomato small optional

 

Fry the above ingredients in a teaspoon of oil to golden brown, aromatic.

Method to prepare:

Round cut radish, cut onion, and tomato.

Heat pan, season it with the above mentioned to temper ingredients, add curry leaves.

Add onion saute for a while, add radish saute till golden yellow. Finally, add tomato saute till it leaves its skin.

 

Add ground masala, tamarind extract, turmeric powder, salt, and water.

Cook until the vegetables gets soft and curry little thick.

The wonderful aroma on cooking this curry will increase you hunger to eat.

Ready t serve with plain cooked rice or roti.

 

 

 

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