There are so many side dishes are cooked for chappathi. Kurma varieties, curry varieties and dal curries are there to enhance the taste of chapathies. Up course, there are non-veg dishes too. This radish curry is a mouth-watering recipe which goes well with parottas and chappathies. This I have learned recently from my friend. Until that minute, I never believed that radish can be cooked so deliciously as a kurma variety.
Oil- 3 tbsp
Finely chopped small onions- 1 cup
Small garlic flakes-15
Chopped coriander- half cup
Medium sized radish-2
Chilli powder- half sp
Coriander powder- half sp
Turmeric powder- half sp
Salt to taste
Grind the following ingredients to a paste:
Shredded coconut- 3 tbsp
Fennel seeds- half sp
Poppy seeds- half sp
Put the tomatoes in full of hot water for some minutes and then remove the outer skins.
Grind the tomatoes in to a paste.
Heat a kadai and pour the oil.
Add the cinnamon, cloves and the cardamom and fry for a few seconds.
Add the sambar onions with the coriander and the garlic flakes.
Fry for a few minutes.
Then cut the radishes in to small cubes and add to the frying mixture.
Fry for a few seconds.
Add the powders with the tomato paste.
Pressure cook this mixture for 1 whistle.
When cooled, again pour the radish gravy in the same pan and add the ground paste with enough salt.
Cook for a few minutes.
The delicious radish curry is ready to serve now!