Radish Chutney

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Radish has a lingering flavour similar to other pungent ingredients like onion, ginger and garlic, but is surprisingly not commonly used to make chutneys. Here, radish is combined with flavourful mint and coriander, and tangy curds, to make a chutney that is well-balanced in flavour, colour and texture. The Radish Chutney makes a great accompaniment for all Indian starters, but can be innovatively used as a dressing for Salads , topping for open Sandwiches , spread for bread rolls, dip for chips and so on.

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Preparation Time:     Makes 1.5 cups
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  1. Combine all the ingredients in a mixer and blend to a smooth mixture.
  2. Serve immediately or store refrigerated till use.

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 on 25 Aug 15 05:16 PM

Radish chutney.. never thought of it.. but after trying this recipe.. it was just superb.. with tangy sharp taste of the curd and radish.. with mint and corainder which gives nice flavour to the chutney.. this is a must try recipe.. goes well as an accompaniment.
 on 11 Jul 13 09:12 AM

This chutney is really very unusual and tasty...it is spicy and great to serve with tikkis and kebabs...
 on 10 Jul 11 02:10 AM