Friday, May 17, 2013

Grated Mango Pickle

After a small break from this blogging world, am here with a fingerlicking mango pickle with raw mangoes. Am running blogging marathon with dishes prepared with mangoes as theme for this week,obviously the next two days is going to be dishes with mangoes. Its peek mango season in India and obviously we are getting some super fresh mangoes in all Indian groceries here. This time i picked a couple of super fresh raw mangoes from the Indian store and prepared this most awaited grated mango pickle.This fingerlicking, tongue tickling pickle will gets ready very quickly.

Needless to say this grated mango pickle is an instant pickle to relish with any foods. As a spread with some toasted bread slices or even as a side dish along with a simple curd rice, this pickle is definitely very addictive. Do select some super sour raw mangoes to prepare this pickle and am sure this pickle will definitely tickle your tastebuds.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this 28th edition..


1cup Grated mangoes
1tbsp Chilly powder
1/2cup Gingelly oil
Salt
1tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Fenugreek seeds
1tsp Asafoetida powder

Dry roast the fenugreek seeds and asafoetida powder together,once they get cool,grind as fine powder,keep aside.

In a pan,heat the oil,add the mustard seeds and let them splutters.

Add the grated mangoes,salt,chilly powder and saute everything for few seconds.

Add the fenugreek-asafoetida powder, cook until the oil gets separates from the pickle.

Cool completely and store in a bottle.

Enjoy with ur favourite food.

48 comments:

  1. The pickle makes me drooling . Nice click and the bread stars are super.........

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  2. Really finger licking mango urukai Priya.. Just love it

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  3. Welcome back akka. looks sooo goood

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  4. Looks delicious perfect with parathas.

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  5. Mouth watering pickle! Loved your presentation too.

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  6. Looks so delicious priya..I love those star shaped bread..so cute..

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  7. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm, yum yum yummy, mouthwatering already :):) can you please pass some?

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  8. I am a real pickle Lover... Whenever I have my lunch.. pickle is the must one item.Mango pickle looks just yummy Priya.

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  9. This looks amazing!! What can we substitute for gingelly oil, or is it essential for flavor? Don't have gingelly oil at home, and want to surprise my husband tonite with his fav "Mango"!!

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  10. This really is a wonderful time to make all those pickles with mangoes. Looks very good and I love your jar

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  11. Super delicious Mango pickle,love it anytime...

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  12. Luv this all the time, awesome shots dear.

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  13. welcome back girl! lip smacking pickle..

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  14. lipsmacking pickle,perfect for curd rice.

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  15. finger-licking :) superb akka..

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  16. Priya this one is absolutely fantastic..love it, my MIL makes this, but have not made it since some time...must thank you for reminding:))

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  17. delicious combination of flavours

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  18. Glad to see you after a break...finger licking pickle,perfect with curd rice...

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  19. Yummy and finger licking all time favorite pickle.. I wish to have it with my curd rice.

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  20. wow..mouth watering pickle..looks so tempting Priya! lovely pic :)

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  21. I love grated mango pickle. It is awesome with curd rice.

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  23. Hope you are feeling Ok now Priya. i thought you were in India.
    Never thought of making this pickle in grated form. My mouth is watering just looking at the bottle. The next time I am making the instant mango pickle is by grating. :)

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  24. wow gratg makes the gravy thick....wanna have it now

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  25. Love it with some curd rice..

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  26. Finger licking pickle n simply drooling here :-)

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  27. For the first time I am hearing something like a pickle with grated mangoes..how yummy that can be makes me drool here priya dear..

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  28. this is my fav pickle recipe, ur pics are drool worthy

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  29. Mouthwatering pickle I love to have it with everything.

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  30. Ah, delicious mango thokku, yummy. Missed your posts Priya. Hope everything is alright.

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  31. Tangy and spicy mango pickle.. Yumm!!

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  32. Priya your pickle is simply amazing....we both loved it and I can see it becoming a regular in my Kitchen! Thx a lot for the recipe! I tried it with mustard oil....will try with gingelly next time!

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  33. oh i'm drooling here priya, its just amazing!

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  34. Everybody is quite curious and enthusiastic to cook the dish. It gives extra taste with wonderful dishes. Pickles are my favourite companion for lunch. I will try amazing pickle Indian Recipes and share my experience.

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  35. Good to see you back Priya! With a bang, I should say, with a tang!!

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  36. A delicious pickle I should say. Mango is one of the fav for many and I love this season. Nice click Priya.

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  37. This is my all time fav pickle. I have eaten kgs of this mango pickle. Just looking at the pickle makes me so happy...! Thanks for sharing!

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  38. Such a lovely pickle Priya. The star shaped bread pieces looks so cute :)

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  39. yummy, tempting toooooooooooo.very good picture. finger licking omg.can i make this from thothapuri mango?

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  40. Malini,yep those thothapuri mango suits prefectly for making this pickle.

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  41. love to have it with curd rice...

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  42. I am doing this today. It is great. Just added sugar to it.

    -Raksha
    Raksha's Kitchen

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