Radish Rice


It feels like I haven’t posted anything here in ages. Ever since I started working again, things got hectic. This Monday parents returned back to India. So I don’t even find a single moment to relax, forget about spending time on blogging. Anyway, I do not want to give up so easily, I will post when I get few moments.

I tried this radish rice few months ago. I was in a mood to experiment with radishes. The rice came out really flavorful. I used tender radishes which do not have a strong smell. It goes well as a lunch box item.

Ingredients:
1 and 1/2 cups rice
1 cup sliced onion
1 tea spn tamarind extract
1 and 1/2 cups radish
7-8 curry leaves
1 tea spn mustard
1 tea spn urad dal
A generous pinch of asafoetida
2 tea spns red chilli powder
Ghee
Oil
Salt

Spice powder – Dry roast and powder
2 tea spns chana dal
2 tea spns urad dal
2 tea spns coriander seeds
1 tbl spn desiccated coconut(or dry coconut chopped finely)

Method:
Cook rice so that each grain is separate. Cool to room temperature.
Heat oil and add mustard seeds, urad dal. When mustard starts popping, add curry leaves, asafoetida and onions. Fry till onions turn brownish.
Now add radish pieces, salt, spice powder, chilli powder, tamarind, mix well. Pour in 1/2 cup water, cover and cook till radish pieces are soft (add more water if required).
Now add rice and mix well.
Serve on its own or with yogurt and pickle on the side.

Serves : 4
Preparation time : 30mins

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24 Comments for “Radish Rice”

Pratibha

says:

Wow looks delicious. I must try it. Managing job,baby and blogging can be tiresome. So far all the recipes I have tried from your postings have come out perfect. Keep it up.

Mamatha

says:

That spice powder would have made all the difference in the taste Shilpa. Good one!

I can imagine how hectic it must be. We all be here, so blog only when you can.

says:

I am amazed to see you do a post! I don’t know WHERE you get your energy to do all of this…but this sure looks good, Shilpa! I used my last radish to make mooli-ke-parathe, but next time, yes!

Akshtha

says:

I really need to learn a lot from you..After learning u manage baby with job and also blog.. i really feel how enerjetic u r.I had been to my moms palce in Banaglore for a month justto take rest and break from my job. I learned many konkani things there if i find some recepies u havent posted i will do that for u.Take care

says:

Hey Shilpa.. that’s amazing! Good luck with the multi-tasking. Quite normal if one thing or another takes a backseat every now and then. I love your suggestions for lunch box items. That’s a big part of daily cooking for me. Thanks and best wishes!

Revati

says:

Shilpa ,
U r just amazing . I can see how passionate u r about cooking . Way to go ! Iam planning to try this dish tonite itself .

rachana

says:

hii shilpa,really very nice recipes..m just learning to cook and its helping me soo much…can u pls find out ecipe for pineapple mudduli..the one they serve in marriages..and any new recipes:)thanks:)

vani sudarshan

says:

hi shilpa,

nice recepi. will surely try it out.. i am looking for urad vada . i remeber seeing this recepi in ur site. cannot find it.. if i am right i think it is urad dhal and moongdhalll mixed vada. can u pls send me the link. i donot remmeber the exactname on ur site.. but i need it very badly… thanks

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