Goan Moolyacho Ross Recipe (Goan Radish Curry) by Archana’s Kitchen

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by Sil Pancho

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10.09.2021


Goan Moolyacho Ross is a traditional Goan preparation. Ross means Goan curry and moolo means radish. This curry is similar to Goan drumstick curry or sangacho ross, but to this curry mom does not add black pepper seeds. You can have this curry with steamed rice, rava fried vegetable, stir fry or bhaji, kokum kadi, papad and salad to have a simple Goan veg lunch. This curry may appear simple, but it is nutritious as radish is loaded with fibre, vitamin B6 and folic acid which are very good for health. Also radish controls blood pressure and if good for diabetics. Dal is rich in protein and folic acid.

Serve Goan Moolyacho Ross along with Steamed Rice and Cauliflower Thoran for a perfect weekday meal.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Goan recipes such as

  1. Goan Kaju Curry Recipe
  2. Goan Mackerel Curry Recipe
  3. Goan Mushroom Xacuti Recipe





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