It’s raining Radish this season. Fresh produce aisles are filled with colorful bright red ping pong ball shaped radish.It is important to choose the right radish which is fresh and healthy. There are so many recipes to try with fresh healthy radish. Radish chutney it will be for me, today !
A root vegetable with crispy peppery flavor, sometimes sweet, sometimes pungent can provide both flavor and an esthetic appeal to a dish.They come in a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. One can cook them in so many different forms.They can be eaten raw, cooked or pickled. Radishes are served whole, sliced, diced, minced, and/or grated, depending on the recipe.
Today, I decided to use the radish bulbs in making a chutney. I did not use any coconut or onions like I do in my other chutneys for this Radish chutney. It’s a quick and easy recipe. The chutney can be stored for a week in the refrigerator.This chutney can be used as a spread, dip or a side to a main dish.
The links to my previously published chutney recipes are below for your interest :
Chutneys, go very well with South Indian breakfast items like Idli, Dosa, Paniyaram to name a few. Sharing links below of some of my previously published South Indian breakfast items for your interest.
Sharing links to my published posts using radish, for your interest :
would be all right to make radish and aple chutany.
Haven’t tried that combo until now, though I have a separate post on my site for apple chutney if you are interested. Do try & let me know how it turns out for you.Thank you