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Artisan Food with Daikon Radish


Daikon and Chana Dal (Mullangi mariyu Sanaga pappu)

A tablespoon of grated radish eaten daily for several weeks has long been recommended by traditional healers in the East as treatment for Kidney and bladder stones, and for sinusitis. Low in calories and an all around detoxifier, radishes are excellent for us health wise.

The following is my mother’s recipe in which the white radish also known as Daikon, Mooli or Mullangi, is cooked with chana dal and potatoes, and seasoned with dahi mirchi tadka. The recipe is easy to prepare and incredibly tasty. Great when eaten with rice, roti, pasta or with millet.


White Radish Subzi with Pita Bread and Aachar Avocado ~ Brunch Today

Recipe Details:

Artisan Food: Daikon Subzi (Mullangi Kura)
Ingredients: Daikon, Potato, Chana Dal and Tadka Ingredients
Skill level: Easy. From Novice to Expert
Labels: Traditional-India, Vegan, And Wholesome Food
Price: $2.00
Format: PDF

Artisan Food with Daikon Radish Recipe PDF


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How it Works: After payment via Paypal, PDF will be emailed to you to download the recipe. For any questions about the recipe or the download process, please email me at mailmahanandi@gmail.com .

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Artisan Food Aim and Purpose:

“Artisan Food ~ Revenue through Recipes” program aims to raise money, however small the amount, to support the children at Swami School at Nandyala. This will also lend a sense of purpose to my food blogging, and help me feel like I am accomplishing something through my activity in this Web world.

Previously in Artisan Food:

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3 comments for Artisan Food with Daikon Radish »

  1. Hi Indira,

    This looks wonderful. Just wanted to let you know that I purchased ‘Cooking at home with Pedatha’ and absolutely loved it.

    Comment by anitha — May 12, 2008 @ 7:03 pm

  2. Anitha, congratulations on your book purchase. It’s a very neat and useful cookbook. Enjoy!

    Comment by Indira — May 13, 2008 @ 8:13 pm

  3. Dear Indira, I really like your concept of Artisan food…very thought provoking. Hope this venture of yours is a grand success and helps your school. As I wrote to you earlier, if there is anything else we can do for your school, do let us know. The Jain community does good work out here through the Food bank and Cloth bank. That really helps My School Satya Surabhi in Kodaikanal where Jigyasa and myself are trustees.

    Comment by Pritya — May 18, 2008 @ 6:06 am

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