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Radish is an edible root vegetable, with numerous health benefits. It has very less calories, high water content, rich in vitamin C and fiber. They are also rich in wide range of essential vitamins and minerals like potassium, folate, manganese, copper, magnesium, calcium, vitamin B6 etc. Radishes can be either cooked or can be had raw in salads
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Au Mun Yin Posted on Mon Mar 03 2014
You made good food but where are the recipes??Reply 0 - Replies
Dr. Mariyam Ajani Posted on Mon Mar 03 2014
Nice recipeBut please introduce your self.?Reply 0 - Replies
Mimma kazi Posted on Thu Mar 13 2014
Hello Mrs. Ragini Thumma , I hope you and your family's going great .I'm glad that you've started to post recipes, the recipes are very helpful , and I am loving your recipes so far! I'm already a big fan of sir Sanjay Thumma's cReply 0 - Replies
laxmi gajawada Posted on Mon Apr 07 2014
Hi Ragini,Your Chutneys are simply superb.Could you please post Ridge Gourd Chutney.?Reply 0 - Replies
Nirali Patel Posted on Thu May 15 2014
you look same like Deepika Padukone!!! Even your voice is like her!!?Reply 0 - Replies
BRIJINDER DOGRA Posted on Fri Aug 08 2014
everything about your presentation is perfect except showing your index finger repeatedly. Please reduce it.?Reply 0 - Replies
houndjog Posted on Sun Mar 29 2015
Many thanks for this recipe! I have radish growing in my garden - but I only use the greens in my smoothes. I think I will dig one out and give this recipe a try! :)?Reply 0 - Replies
sudha matada Posted on Thu Apr 30 2015
Hi, i want to share a variant from karnatake where raw radish is made into chutney, by just adding fried chillies and the rest chutney ingredients like garlic, salt, very little tamarind because we add curd in the end. Add little coconut and fried beReply 0 - Replies
Mrs.Vahchef Posted on Thu Feb 27 2014Reply 0 - Replies