Radish or moolangi sambar recipe using explained with step by step pictures. Radish or moolangi sambar is prepared using fresh roasted spices, onion, tomato and grated coconut. This is a very tasty sambar recipe using radish or moolangi or mullangi or mooli. In Karnataka sambar is called by different names like "Huli" or "Huli-saaru" in malnad region, "Koddel" or "Huli" in mangalore and udupi region, "saaru" or "sambar" in rest of the places.
Radish is very haelthy and I have posted few more tasty recipes using radish like radish or moolangi or mooli recipe, radish raita or moolangi sasive recipe and radish chutney recipe. Do try them as well.
The Karnataka cuisine is so rich that there are so many varities of sambar recipes. Actually the sambar recipe varies from region to region, family to family and the type of vegetables used. I prepare this type of radish sambar regularly and it tastes very good.
Please note, that I have marked jaggery and tamarind as optional ingredients. So depending on your taste adjust jaggery and tamarind. I generally do not add tamarind because of tomato. Or you can even skip tomato and increase the tamarind quantity.
If you are looking for more sambar or rasam recipes then do check my amaranthus or harive soppina huli, upsaaru, dill leaves rasam, bendekayi kayirasa, massoppu, yellow cucumber sambar, tomato rasam, recipes from doddapatre, shunti thambuli and okra sambar recipes.
Preparation time: 5 min
Cooking time: 30 min
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