Radish / Daikon / Mooli, has an amazingly long shelf-life and we figured this would be a great recipe to add to our collection during these days. In this Rashish and Collard Greens Subzi, what we love is the simplicity of the dish and yet, allowing the Radish and the Greens to shine and bring out their true flavors. It’s a quick dish to make and very versatile. Enjoy this very rustic dish that will have you craving for more.
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Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Daikon / Radish / Mooli – 1 lb, washed, peeled and cubed
Collard Greens (or any greens) – 1/2 lb, washed, thick stalk removed and thinly sliced
Ghee / Oil – 1 Tablespoon
Dry Red Chili – 1
Cumin Seeds / Jira – 1/2 teaspoon
Asafoetida / Hing – 1/4 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder / Haldi – 1/4 teaspoon
Onion – 1/2 medium, finely chopped
Salt – to taste
Minced Ginger – 1 Tablespoon
Minced Garlic – 1 Tablespoon
Green Chilies – to taste, finely chopped
Tomato – 1 medium, finely chopped
Red Chili Powder – to taste
1. Prep the Radish and the Greens.
2. In a skillet, heat Oil/Ghee on medium heat.
3. Add in the Dry Red Chili and allow the Oil to heat up.
4. Add in the Cumin Seeds and allow them to sizzle.
5. Add in the Asafoetida and the Turmeric Powder. Mix.
6. Add in the Onions and sprinkle a bit of Salt to help the Onions cook faster.
7. Cook for a minute till the Onions turn translucent.
8. Add in the Ginger, Garlic and Green Chilies and cook for another minute.
9. Add in the Tomato and cook for 2 minutes.
10. Add in the Radish and a bit of Salt. Mix well.
11. Cover and cook for 4-5 minutes, till the Radish soften up.
12. Uncover and add in the Greens.
13. Mix in well allow the Greens to wilt.
14. Check Salt and add if needed.
15. Add Red Chili Powder.
16. Reduce the flame to a medium low and allow the Greens to cook.
17. Serve hot with Chapatis, Parathas or Rice.
Other Greens that can be substituted for the Collard Greens are Kale, Amarnth leaves, Spinach, etc.
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4 thoughts on “Radish with Greens Subzi”
If I had any idea how to do a puja to Annapurna for you both I would most happily do so. This recipe is fantastic and turned out very well. Too bad I am unable to share this dish with anyone due to present conditions. I guess that means more for me to enjoy.
Thank you both. Be well. Be safe.
Thank you, as always for your love, support and your constant feedback, we honestly , thrive on each and every message we get from our friends, like you, around the world!
This really is such a simple, yet awesome dish and we are so glad you enjoyed it all! This phase shall pass and we will all come out stronger from it (and better cooks ?).
Looks so, so yummy. didn’t know the leaves could be used as very rarely seen in grocery stores. Will definitely Try. Thanks
Yes, those are the best…if you can get your hands on them! The flavor is very similar to that of a radish and it compliments the dish even more so.
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