Friday, September 21, 2012

Mango Ginger & Chickpeas Lemon Rice

Bought some fresh mango ginger pieces during my recent visit to Indian grocery. Back home i prepared thokku with it and this wonderful looking lemon rice with grated mango ginger aka manga inji or maa inji and cooked chickpeas. Its an excellent lunch box dish, gets ready very much easily and quite flavourful,obviously healthy too. This mango ginger is a family of ginger, they tastes like raw mango and looks almost like fresh turmeric.

Ususally we make some fingerlicking kuzhambu, thokku and pickle with this mango ginger, but i want to make something different thats y i went for a quick,easy breezy rice dish with it.This mango ginger have loads of medicinal values and its quite often used various forms in most of the cosmetics, beverages and pharmaceutical products.Sending this rice to my own event CWS-Chickpeas hosted by Kavi.



1/4cup Fresh lemon juice
2cups Cooked rice
1/2cup Cooked chickpeas
Salt

For tempering:
1/4tp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Urad dal
1/4tsp Channa dal
3tbsp Mango Ginger pieces (minced finely)
2nos Green chillies (slit opened)
3nos Dry red chillies
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Few Peanuts
Few Curry leaves
3tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Turmeric powder

Mix the already cooked rice,cooked chickpeas with lemon juice and salt, (add lemon juice as ur need).

Now heat the oil and add all the ingredients from the list one by one for tempering except turmeric powder to the hot oil and fry until everything turns brown, add finally the turmeric powder, take care not to burn the turmeric powder.

Add this tempered spices to the rice,toss everything well until the rice and chickpeas gets well mixed.


29 comments:

  1. My mom used to make this combo...tongue tickling recipe and perfect with egg roast or potato roast..

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  2. Delicious and inviting dear...Rush your entries for Know
    your flours - Corn flour Event in my blog.

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  3. wow..such lovely and different combo rice....like the colour and click...looking yummy and tasty,,,,

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  4. Your rice has such beautiful color.This really sounds delicious. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  5. I love rice dishes like this and yours look so good. Love the color too

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  6. Nice clicks and the rice looks yumm.

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  7. Delicious and interesting combo!never tried adding amba haldi in rice preparartion!!

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  8. This is so flavourful and tasty. I love the combo of chickpeas and rice.

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  9. A scumptious rice dish. Very inviting clicks dear.

    Today's recipe:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.com/2012/09/murg-makhani.html

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  10. Good combination Priya..Keep it up..

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  11. You add all my favorites in one dish. delicious.

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  12. Can imagine the flavor and taste of the rice,yummy and healthy

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  13. Mango in any dishes will be tasty....loving this...

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  14. Sounds very flavorful..Mouthwatering!

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  15. addition of mango is new to me but am sure its yummy

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  16. Lovely Priya, my mother makes this though without chickpeas, additional protein.

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  17. looks really good. i will try it sometime.

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  18. I am a huge fan of lemon rice <3 cant wait to try it

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