Jun 1, 2010

RAW MANGO AND CABBAGE CHUTNEY

In the array of my mango recipes, this chutney recipe is new one to me also. Few day back Harichandana of Indian cuisine posted this spicy and tempting chutney with Raw mango and cabbage Really it is a perfect side dish for every thing like rice, dosa, idli and chapati. I made little changes like I gave a seasoning after grinding the chutney and increase the red chilies.thank you so much for the recipe Chandana...


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INGREDIENTS:----
Cabbage --- 1 cup chopped(I used the bowl what I presented the chutney in the pic. that is nearly 200g of cabbage)
Raw mango --- 1 medium size, very sour and green mango
Dry red chillies -- 12 to 15 or according to your taste
Chana dal -- 1 tab sp (split chick peas)
Urad dal -- 1/2 tab sp (split urad bean)
Fenugreek seeds -- 1/4 tea sp
Mustard seeds --- 1 tea sp
Oil --- 4 tea sp
Salt -- 1 1/2 tea sp or according to your taste
FOR SEASONING:----
Oil --- 1 tea sp
Mustard seeds -- 1/2 tea sp
Asafoetida -- 1/4 tea sp
Curry leaves -- 1 spring
METHOD:----
1. chop cabbage, peal and chop mango in to small pieces and leave a side.
2.Heat oil in a deep frying pan add chana dal, urad dal,mustard seeds and fry till light golden color then add fenugreek seeds and Dry red chilies and fry for 3 min. remove from flame and leave it to cool.
3. In the same pan add chopped cabbage and fry for 2 to 3 min. or till the raw smell disappears, remove fro the flame and let it cool.
4.Grind roasted dals, mustard, fenugreek seeds,red chillies in to afine powder then add cabbage, chopped raw mango pieces, salt and grind in to a coarse paste if required sprinkle water(I did't add any water, if you run your blender with gaps for every 2 sec. that will help you to grind your chutney with out water).
5. Heat oil for seasoning in a small frying pan add mustard seeds let them splutter then add asafoetida and curry leaves add this seasoning to chutney mix well ti combine every thing check salt one before you serve.If require add some salt and mix well.
Serve with hot steamed rice, dosa, idli, chapati or any thing you like...enjoy...


24 comments:

Nithu Bala said...

Yummy chutney..

sowmya's creative saga said...

so you are on a pickle making spree..this looks yummy too..

Asha said...

I have a huge Cabbage right now, might give this a try without Mango. Looks yum.

Priti said...

Gud combo...looks delicious

Divya Kudua said...

A different yet innovative combo..need to try this out!!

Subhashini said...

never heard this.s[ounds yummy

Hari Chandana said...

Yours came out perfect rekha and the addition of tadka dats really good.. I am really drooling and now I am again hungry.. Thanks for the link back..

Priya said...

Beautiful and delicious combo for chutney, lovely..

srikars kitchen said...

kalakunga.. romba nalla irukku..

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Mouthwatering chutney recipe. looks so good. YUM!

simply.food said...

Chutney looks wonderfully delicious.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

looks yum...

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

yummy chutney...luks very colourful and tempting.first time here.Do visit my blog,if time permits...
http://premascooking.blogspot.com

Dibs said...

Your mango pickles and chutneys are delicious.Slurrrrrrp!

Valarmathi said...

Looks so tempting and yummy. Nice combo. Mouthwatering....

Pavithra said...

Wow sounds delicious.. surely must try ..I have bookmarked it.

Malar Gandhi said...

Very unique chutney , never tried this combo' sounds delish.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Never thought of this combo,so unique and sounds good too Rekha!

jayasree said...

Mango and cabbage looks like a delicious combo. I make chutneys out of mango and cabbage separately.

GayathriRaj said...

Hey thats a nice yummy chutney...perfect for all types of breakfasts i feel....nice pic too....
U have alovely blog...nice to come across...
Drop in my blog if u have some time...

Usha said...

Very interesting combination, looks delicious !

Cham said...

Such a wonderful combination, i feel tasty right away!

suma said...

spicy, yummy chutney, with mango and cabbage...

Parita said...

Love the color of the chutney..looks too tempting!