Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Peanut Mango Sundal

It has been ages i prepared sundal with peanuts, this peanut sundal with mango brings me loads of beautiful memories, especially our Pondicherry beach sundal..Yesterday i soaked some groundnuts for making this sundal and prepared it today for our snacks along with grated mango..A mild tangy sundal to enjoy along with a cup of tea,both together turns out our snack truly great.

Peanut mango sundal

2cups Raw groundnuts (soaked overnite)
1/4cup Grated mango
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
Few curry leaves
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Salt
Oil

Pressure cook the soaked groundnuts with enough water and salt for upto 3 whistles,once the steam get released, drain the cooked water and keep aside..Heat enough oil, fry the mustard seeds,urad dal,dry red chillies,curry leaves and asafoetida powder, add immediately the cooked groundnuts and grated mango,sauté for few minutes and put off the stove..

Enjoy with a cup of tea..

47 comments:

  1. Mango and peanut sundal is super Priya.

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  2. Delicious sundal and love the mango in them.

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  3. u r amazing at whipping up dishes...the sundal looks very tempting
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks for this recipe. Never ate peanut sundal. We just eat boiled and salted peanuts.

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  5. Easy to make and tummy filling snack.
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  6. Ahhh..remembering my chennai days..Looks good

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  7. Wow Can have that any time looks yummm.

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  8. Tempting and yummy snack, mango and peanuts sounds great combo.

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  9. Peanut sundal is new to me .They look so yummy.

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  10. Omg, sundal makes me hungry..Soo tempting!

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  11. Maanga sundal is THE favorite one...
    Yours looks super-good...

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  12. very easy and delicious recipe..

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  13. Nutty with the tanginess from the mangoes..yummmm!!


    US Masala

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  14. Very interesting combo-sounds delish!!

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  15. Amazing snack,Priya.The Pondicherry sundal is a different name for a similar recipe? I am wondering....or are you referiing to Pondicherry.I happened to live in Pondicherry in the year 94 and 95 are you from Pondicherry ???

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  16. This sounds great for an evening snack

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  17. This is my most fav. sundal - I make it whenever we have bhajans at home - also craved it when pregnant with my daughter and my mother most sweetly indulged me almost every afternoon :)

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  18. Sundal looks to be delicious and fulfilling. Great Recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  19. Mango with peanut is superb combo. Love it.

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  20. I love this.... Thank you for the recipe.

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  21. Yummy peanut sundal..Superb combo..

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  22. This is one of my favorite sundal. Love those Mango shavings on the top.

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  23. exotic recipe.this is my all time fav

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  24. add mango really gives yummy taste...thanks for sharing!!

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  25. I love this priya..I make this during navratri.. my husbands fav..glad you shared it.

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  26. Great combination of the mango and peanut. I just love them.

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  27. lovely twist to the usual sundal..adding mango is a nice idea..

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  28. Tis one reminds me of beach...its been very long time since i had tis one at beach..its one of my fav munch..

    Kalpana Sareesh

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  29. appears easy to prepare recipe. Lets try it.

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  30. clicks are gorgeous and love the peanut sundal

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  31. Reminds me of marina beach, the sand , the breeze and the wonderful people of our place... Missing home... but your recipe pic makes me crave for more..
    Reva

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  32. Wow.. reminds me of rainy day snacks and beach at vizag :)
    Love the tangy peanuts :)

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  33. mm super..remembering me those days!!

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  34. Lovely gorgeous pics! Makes me wanna try out all the recipes you post :)

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  35. Healthy and delicious peanut sundal...

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  36. Thanks for the lovely entry priya..

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  37. such a simple and flavourful sundal recipe... i love peanuts in salads.

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  38. Wow priya even when most won't get an ingredient you manage to do it..rocking as always!

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