Daikon (White Radish) Chutney| Moolangi Chutney recipe December 31, 2013 By Raji 2 Comments Radishes are an extremely healthy vegetable, yet their pungent flavor turns many people away. This recipe is the perfect way to incorporate this amazing vegetable into your diet. IngredientsMetricUS Imperial 1medium size or 1 1/2 cup diced Daikon/radish White Radish1/2 cup freshly grated coconut7-8 dry red chillies (substitute - green chillies but dry chillies tastes better)Small marble sized tamarindSmall marble size Jaggery substitute - quarter teaspoon of sugar3/4 tsp salt Water to blend Daikon (White Radish) Chutney/Dip/Spread Tools Iron Ladle, Magic bullet blender, preethi Mixer, Stainless steel utensils, Stainless Steel wok (bandle) Instructions First add a little bit oil (around 1 tsp ) in a pan and heat it until warm.Then add diced daikon for frying. Fry it till it turns into a golden brown color.Add grated coconut, tamarind and jaggery (can substitute with sugar) and fry for a minute.Place it aside in another bowl to cool it.In the same pan, fry the red chillies with a little bit oil (we use oil to avoid the pungency). You can substitute with Green chillies.Add all the fried items to a blender, along with a small quantity of water (necessary to blend)Add salt to taste.Grind/blend the ingredients in the blender until the consistency is smooth.Pour this grinded chutney into a bowlOptional: Add a seasoning to the Chutney/Spread.Chutney/Spread is ready.As Chutney, goes extremely well with Roti's.Also, it is an extremely healthy spread for sandwiches and tortillas. It tastes great as a vegetable dip as well.This can be packed for travel and is great for those on the go. This is also popularly known as Moolangi chutney or Mooli chutney.