May 11, 2010

MAMIDIKAYA TURUMU PACHADI - GRATED MANGO PICKLE

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Here is the next pickle from Mango season,which is very easy to make and stay for long time(more then one year).This is an instent pickle which you can use from the next day.It tastes little different then Avakaya but process is almost the same only thing we grate the mangoes for this pickle instead of making pieces.For this pickle we can use any verity of raw green mangoes. Mangoes should be fully mature, raw, green and very sour in taste. You can serve this pickle with any thing like Idli, Dosa, Pongal, Curd rice,Rice . But my choice is when you mix this pickle with leftover rice (don't add ghee or butter that will spoil the pickle taste because ghee dominates the pickle flavor) in the next day morning mmmm that is the best way to eat this pickle for me. and here is the recipe.... INGREDIENTS:----
Mangoes --- 6 no. really big size mangoes measure the grated mango that should be 2 kg s or 12 cups with rice cooker measurement cup.
Salt ---- 250 g
Mustard powder ----200 g
Fenugreek powder ---- 1 tab sp
Red chilli powder --- 250 g
Turmeric powder --- 1 tab sp
Oil ---- 1/2 kg
Dry red chillies --- 10 no. broken
Mustard seeds --- 25 g

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METHOD:----
1. Wash mangoes and wipe with a clean dry cloth and great with skin till the seed and remove the seed and take this grated mango in to wide bowl
2. Add turmeric powder,fenugreek powder, mustard powder, salt and red chilli powder and mix well to combine all ingredients very well.


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3. Heat oil in a deep frying pan till smoking point add mustard seeds and let them splutter then add broken red chilies remove the pan from fire and let it cool to room temperature.

4. Then add this oil with mustard seeds and dry red chilies to grated mango mixture mix well and cover with a lid and leave a side for 1 day.


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5. next day morning again mix with a clean,dry ladle and check salt if required add salt or red chilli powder at this time mix well and enjoy the pickle.

19 comments:

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

you have a lovely collection of pickles. this looks yum too...

Varunavi said...

Hmmmmmmm u have come again with mango pickle,very bad.

I am missing that here :(

jayasree said...

Mouthwatering pickle... Neat step-by-step pics.

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Excellent with curd rice...........

Life is beautiful!!! said...

Rekha, thats one of my favourite. With idlies it is just awesome. Beautiful presentation as usual.

Pavithra said...

OMG I am drooling over ur pickles rekha.. I really missing all these yummy stuffs here.. as mango tastes like cucumber here...

Nithya said...

Wow.. interesting pickle. :) looks hot

Priya said...

OMg, wat a tempting pickle...makes me drool..

Aruna Manikandan said...

Wow!!!!
Looks awesome...
Nice clicks :-)

Ms.Chitchat said...

Tempting clicks,u made me crave for some now:) Nice version.

Rachana Kothari said...

Another mouthwatering pickle recipe, Rekha :) Nice step by step pics!

Curry Leaf said...

Lovely pickle again.Now I will be dreaming about this pickle as well.I always leave the pickle job to my mom. Love this one as well as avakkaya

Asha said...

Mouthwatering literally! Gravy looks delicious.

Apu said...

lovely looking pickle!!

Hari Chandana said...

Wowwwwwwwww... aa color chusthuntene norooruthondi.. em cheppalo kooda ardham kavatam ledu.. nijamga superrrrrrrrrrr

kitchen queen said...

lovely mouth watering pickle.

CHAITRA said...

Chala andanga present chesarandi mana pickles ni.Avakayi chala bavundi.Ghatu telusthondhi.
Oka sari na aathidhyam visit cheyyandi

sowmya's creative saga said...

drooling here..

Dipika said...

wow...Tempting !!!
The word Avakai is itself so tempting....Have mangoes in store and Would love to try Andhra pickles for sure..thank u for posting such wonderful Mamidi recipes :)