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Indian Mooli Bhaji

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Ingredients
  Radish 2 Bunch (200 gm)
  Green chilies 5
  Garlic 2 Clove (10 gm)
  Tomatoes 2
  Turmeric 1⁄4 Teaspoon
  Salt 1 Teaspoon
  Oil 1
  Hing 1 Pinch
Directions

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Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Very Easy
Channel: 
VeganLife
Cuisine: 
Indian
Course: 
Side Dish
Taste: 
Savory
Method: 
Stir Fried
Dish: 
Curry
Restriction: 
Vegan, Vegetarian
Ingredient: 
Vegetable
Interest: 
Healthy
Preparation Time: 
2 Minutes
Cook Time: 
20 Minutes
Ready In: 
22 Minutes
Servings: 
2
Subtitle: 
Indian Radish Curry
Indian Mooli Bhaji is a typical dish that is very popular in some regions of India. This radish curry is cooked in many different styles all over the country. Watch this video to learn on of the simplest ways to make this dish.

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12 Comments

sfehmi's picture
Those were frozen tomatoes Freezing Tomatoes: The simplest way to preserve tomatoes is to freeze them whole. Just rinse them, spread them out on a cookie sheet, and freeze overnight. When frozen, put them in a freezer bag and return to the freezer. To use, remove from bag and thaw. When thawed, slip the skins off, and use in your favorite recipes. For this dish you do not have to thaw as pressure cooker will do this for you. And in any case you need to blend everything so why bother.
sfehmi's picture
The recipe remains the same for the long raddish too. Some stores do not sell the long ones with the greens. To add greens you can add a bunch of spinach.
AnjaliD's picture
Finally a easy recipe for those tiny tiny radishes :) I have cut my fingers a lot of times trying to cut those red radishes. I know they are healthy so try to include them in my meals. I love the idea of pressure cooking them. Good stuff.
bigkhan's picture
hi ifood.tv, lovers,mooli,vegetable is very-very common vegetable in indians every day food and its procurement is easy.it is found evrywhere in india.its use is very simle u can eat it in natural raw shape and as well as by cooking it.its combination with tomatos and potatos in india is commonly used.sfemi has made its recipe in very nice way and must be appreciated. big khan
Heebay's picture
I agree with bigkhan - this is a very simple way of cooking this tasty dish.
ormtrm's picture
thanks Sheba, for sharing this recipe with us. I used Mooli regularly in meal. But never thought of this type of recipe.
Nisha's picture
Hi Sheeba, If am not wrong its turnips(the pic thats used) & it belongs to the family of radishes - right ? & called shalgham in hindi
sfehmi's picture
Hi Neesha - I am familiar with Turnip. What I used in the video looks like small turnips but is radish. There are two types the long one and the one used in the video. You can use turnips too using the same recipe. Thanks for asking.
Nisha's picture
hey kewl yeah i do know about smaller radish..well nice video thou..and yeah you are pretty..
NAUSHABA.TABASSUM's picture
I donot like Mooli ki sabzi, but my husband's favourite is Mooli ki sabzi and I cook it time to time.
Anonymous's picture
The presentation would hv been better "sans puton accent....like ur simple recipe though...thnks
Sivy's picture
I've worked with the English and the Americans teaching English as a foreign language for more than 12 yrs, although I don't claim to be an expert, I do have certain knowledge about how the language is spoken, and I do not think that she has a "puton" accent. She spoke spontaneously. I couldn't call her a native speaker however i had no problem understanding what she was saying. Why do we unnecessarily involve ourselves where not required? You liked the recipe.... period...keep your opinion to yourself...! Cheers!