Thursday, April 8, 2010

RAW MANGO PACHADI RECIPE

mango pachadi
Normally we make this pachadi for the TAMILNEW YEAR and last time when i went to the market,i thought of making it before since we all love it . Manga pachadi is made with jaggery and raw mango. Check out my ripe mango pachadi too.


Raw mango pachadi

  Preparation Time : 10 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 3-4

     Raw mango  1 (medium sized)
               Jaggery   1/2 cup (adjust acc to the sourness of the mango)
               Salt   a pinch
               Oil   1/4 tsp
               Mustard seeds    1/4 tsp
               Red chili   1
     
     
raw mango pachadi

Method:
  • Peel the skin of the mango and cut it into thin slices.
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  • In a kadai put this mango slices and add 1/2 cup of water and a pinch of salt and cook the mangoes are soft.
  • If u want the mango slices not to visible and get it mashed pressure cook the mango slices.
  • Melt the jaggery in a pan by adding little water to it.
  • Filter it and allow it to boil for 5 mins.
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  • Now add the cooked mango pieces and mix well and allow it to boil for 3-5 mins.
  • Temper the mustard seeds and redchilli to it.
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  • Transfer to a serving bowl and enjoy it .
  • We had for our dessert.
  • In my mom’s place they have it as an accompaniment for curd rice.
pachadi
AFTER MAKING IF YOU STILL FEEL IT IS NOT VERY SWEET,DON’T WORRY JUST ADD A TBLSP OF SUGAR TO IT AND MIX WELL.
IF THE CONSISTENCY IS WATERY, JUST ADD A TSP OF RICE FLOUR WITH A TBLSP OF WATER AND BRING A BOIL.
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31 comments:

  1. Looks very tempting Jeyashri,long time its been since I made,will amke yearly once for new year only,love the texture of ur,i usually mash the mango,by over cooking! ...

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  2. thats so quic annamalaian and raji

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  3. Looks very gud..can't remember when was the last time I ate this...tempting now

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  4. wow..delicious pachadi...Looks great da...

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  5. wow mouth watering pachadi..nice clicks.

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  6. This is my absolute favorite and everytime I get raw mangoes I tend to make this. The golden colour on yours is just too perfect.

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  7. Sounds so easy n yumm..will giv a try

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  8. very beautiful click, havent done it this way but surely looks yum

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  9. My all time fav dear... mouthwatering..

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  10. Wow, iam drooling..Thnx for trying samosa and iam happy u liked it :)

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  11. I love this mango pachadi..:) my mum used to make it..mouthwatering!

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  12. Looks tangy and sweet pachadi..

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  13. My grandma's signature dish, make me nostalgic..

    Am drooling rite now here..

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  14. Looks like mango chutney .simply delicious.

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  15. Ate this as a child.This taste is too nostalgic for me!

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  16. Hy Jeyashri,
    Thank u very much for visiting my blog n dropping ur sweet comments. Mango Pachadi looks divine..goes to my must try list.

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  17. my fav....looks so have it anytime

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  18. wow, looks so delicious..

    www.foodlyrics.com

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  19. Yummy pachadi dear.. I am also planning to do it for the tamil new year, only thing is it would be too much for 2 people... But nevertheless.. :)
    Lovely step-by-step pics..!

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  20. looks yummy! surely will try it.

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  21. i love the tangy taste of mango

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  22. MMMM.My mouth is watering here. wONDERFUL CLICK. U have a lovely blog here. Very happy to follow u.. Do visit my blog if time permits.

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  23. Yummm, looks awesome...very tempting pictures, infact.

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  24. I love thi...s with curd rice.. thanks for sharing!!
    Need to ask my amma to make it..during my India trip.

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  25. yumm...we use ripe magoes and add coconut too in mago pachadi..will try your version sometimes :-)

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  26. my all time favourite....mouth watering ...triggered of my taste buds..atlast today its getting ready..

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  27. I love this very much .We do this for Tamil New Year but we fry a little neem flowers and add to it .

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  28. looks damn tempting :)

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  29. i love mango pachdi...can finish off in few min...it looks yummy thanks for posting recipes for tamil new yr.

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