Saturday, April 23, 2011

RAW MANGO PICKLE

VENDhaya mango

    A simple mango pickle recipe that goes well with curd rice and I love to eat this with  to have them with Bisibelabath.  Now comes the recipe for the RAW MANGO PICKLE.

MANGO PICKLE

INGREDIENTS:

RAW MANGO 2 NO(MEDIUM SIZED)
REDCHILLI POWDER 1 TSP
TURMERIC POWDER 1/2 TSP
FENUGREEK SEEDS 1 TBLSP
MUSTARD SEEDS 1/2 TSP(TO GRIND) AND 1/4 TSP(TO TEMPER)
CUMIN SEEDS A PINCH
SESAME OIL 1/2 CUP
ASAFEDITA 1/4 TSP
SALT AS NEEDED

pickle

METHOD:

  • Cut the mangoes into small bite size pieces.

cut mango

  • Dry roast the fenugreek seeds,mustard seeds and the cumin seeds for 3 minutes.

dry roast

  • Allow it to cool and finely powder it in the mixie.

powder

  • Heat up the oil and throw in the mustard seeds and asafoetida.

oil

  • Add the redchilli powder, salt and the dry roasted powder to the cut mango.
  • Pour the oil over the cut mango and mix nicely.

mix well

  • Mango pickle is ready to serve.
  • It can be stored  in the fridge for 3-5 days.
  • Always use a clean dry spoon to take the pickle.

raw mango picklle

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29 comments:

  1. My fav pickle, yummy... Love that jadi jeyashri:)

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  2. This is a yummy pickle...I add dry red chilly with mustard.Hey that vessel is very cute...loved it...

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  3. so cute bowls !! so tempting pickle and delicious !!

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  4. Mouthwatering one... My fav. Feeling like to grab one bowl.... YUM!

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  5. Yum yum... am drooling here. my all time favorite...

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  6. Mouthwatering here. Slurp.

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  7. Instant pickle sure to liven up any meal.Sure to try.Is this the kilimooku manga variety?

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  8. Easy and yummy! Love that bowl you've used...

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  9. @sanctifies spaces:Yes it is the kilimooku manga variety

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  10. I love this instant maanga uruga...can just feel its taste in my mouth.

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  11. Mango pickle looks so tasty and tangy that I would love to have it with most of my meals every day.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. Mouth-watering pickle,looks so tasty.This is very famous pickle of south India.

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  13. Love this pickle a lot..:)
    I love to eat it with curd rice...hmm ..1st seeing like some1 eating this wid BBB..interesting!!!

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  14. Oh what a beautiful bowl .My daughter prepared that mango pickle .It can be used for a day or two.Yours can be stored for a week .I love this pickle with everything

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  15. My families fav, but I dont eat pickle. Looks yummy and nice pic.

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  16. Awesome- The masala blend used here is great.. totally droolworthy stuff!
    US Masala

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  17. Looks truly mouthwatering!!!! I make it the same way too & sometimes toss the mangoes with the tadka in the pan to soften it a wee bit...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  18. Wow nice presentation and clicks too...Looks tongue tickling :)

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  19. 1 Jaadi to me please... my fav n love it...perfectttttt..

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  20. I love this with curd rice - reminds me of summers in India.

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  22. instant pickle.........perfect.........first time here........happy to follow u........pls visit my space vn u r free..........
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  23. bisibelabath kuda illa, neenga panna oorukaiyai, apdiye saapidalam pola iruku....

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  24. truly awesome...the tasty tangy mango pickle is an all time fav and ur pics are making me drool.

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  25. Tongue tickling pickle, soooo irresistible..

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  26. Beautifully captured,simple pickle,very handy!

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  27. looks very tangy and delicious!!!!

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  28. I bought a green mango last week specifically for this recipe. I made this the other night & it came out great. I ate some of it up right after I made it(with roti). My sister added jaggery to her pickle for a gujju touch hahaha. =D Both ways came out great! Thank you for sharing & keep these simple and tasty dishes coming! =)

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    Irene Jennings (Oriental Rug Cleaning)

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