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April 14, 2011

Mango Pachadi (Chutney)




Happy Tamil New Year!! 
It is customary to make this sweet, sour and spicy mango pachadi on New Year day. This is my mom's recipe. It's my favorite and I love it with curd rice. 


Ingredients:
1 Raw mango
2 tsp oil
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp urud dal
1/4 tsp hing
Few curry leaves
1 Green chilli
2 Red chillies
Salt
1/3 cup Jaggery
1 Cup water
1 tsp rice flour

Method:
Chop mango into big pieces (with skin).

Heat oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, urud dal, red chillies, hing, green chilli, curry leaves. 
When mustard seeds crackle, add mango pieces and fry for 10 minutes.

Add 1 cup water, jaggery and salt. Cook until mangoes turn soft. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes.

Take rice flour, add little water and make a thick paste. Add this to the mango mixture. Cook for a minute. 
Vepamboo (neem flower) is roasted and added in the end. But I didn't have any. 
Serve along with rice, sambar and curry. 

21 comments:

  1. its irresistible, finger licking good!

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  2. Happy New year to you too..

    Mango Pachadi looks delicious..love the mango flavor..

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  3. Mango Pachadi looks yum !

    www.appetitetreats.com

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  4. Wish you & your family a very happy Tamil New Year!

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  5. Yummy looking pachadi...adding rice four is new to me...Luv it with curd rice. Beautiful pics :)
    Reg the serving bowl that I used for Aval payasam...I got it as a gift for my marriage :)

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  6. Was just wondering what to make with the last raw mango lying in the refrigerator as I was done with making mango dal and mango pulihora in the last two weeks... and thanks to u I made this today, yet to eat it with hot rice and tomato curry.. hope it tastes as good as it looks... :)

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  7. Pachadi looks awesome. Looks so tasty and tangy. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. nice Tangy pachadi .. great with curd rice

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  9. this looks very close to what we make mango gojju..yum

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  10. Looks delicious and tangy.I too prepared ydy.

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  11. so colourful..looks yummy .

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  12. very warm wishes for a happy new year. manga pachchidi looks delicious.

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  13. What luck I have just the raw mangoes I will need. New to me but will try it.

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  14. hmm.. I can feel that tanginess.. looks yumm..

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  15. My favorite... Mom makes this during the raw mango seasons...Will try to post my version soon. YUM!

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  16. First time here!! Found your blog when I was looking for dosa recipes. I tried your spinach oats dosa and it was simply superb! My 4 yo ate it without a peep :) Thanks so much for sharing this.

    In Mangalore, we make a similar mango dish called ambe upkari. It's one of my favorites!

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  17. hi mahimaa
    i have seen and tried ur recipes on sify.they came out well.............i will try pachdi too.

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  18. This is the second tangy thing I have seen in a row! How i wish...i have a taste of it :(

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  19. looks yummy !!! a typical traditional dish :D
    do stop by my blog...

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  20. hi mahimaa
    mango pachdi is my fav
    it came little watery....is it required to add more rice flour?

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