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Jul 15, 2011

Punjabi Mango Pickle for Indian Cooking Challenge

Punjabi Mango Pickle
This is recipe is for Indian Cooking Challenge for this month..This is originally started by Srivalli..And this particular recipe is given by Simran from Bombay Foodie...Coming back to this recipe,I didn’t have kalonji at that moment,so I leaved that ingredient...This is really so easy to make,since it calls for only whole spices..Hope you all will give this a try and let me know what you think..

Ingrediants:

Raw Mangoes - 1/2 kg
Mustard oil / Kaduku Ennai- 50 ml
Salt - 70 grams
Sugar - 1/2 tsp

Whole Spices:
Methi / Fenugreek / Vendayam - 10 grams
Kalonji / Nigella seeds - 5 grams
Saunf / Fennel Seeds /Sombu- 10 grams
Turmeric powder/Manjal - 10 grams
Pepper - 5 grams

Method:

Chop up the mangoes and dry it in sun for 1 hour.

In a mixing bowl add in mango,salt,sugar,fenugreek,kalonji,saunf,turmeric,pepper together.

Add in oil and toss well.Put this into a large jar and put this in sun for one day.

Now add in more mustard oil to cover the mangoes and store this in a dry place..

Just shake the jar once in a day for 15 days.

Enjoy this for upto 1 year..

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants for pickle

Add turmeric and salt in mango

Add in pepper,fennel...

Add in fenugreek and sugar...

drizzle in oil

Mix it up..Set it in sun and enjoy for many days

Enjoy...

17 comments:

Vatsala. said... Best Blogger Tips

Mango pickle is my fav....yours looking yummy.
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Pretend Chef said... Best Blogger Tips

Sounds very delicious. I love mango but have never had it pickled. Do you eat this on it's own or with something?

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

we can have it with some rice with dal or curd rice...

Valerie said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks really flavoury! In my island there's something similar, i'm used to eat it, a delight ;)

Carolina said... Best Blogger Tips

It's a very interesting receipt. What do you use it? For meal?
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DD said... Best Blogger Tips

wow dear even I wanna try but , there are no mangoes in this place, your pickle looks awesome!



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Jennifurla said... Best Blogger Tips

Very interesting dish, lovely color.

La cocina de mi abuelo said... Best Blogger Tips

hello
good prescription, I like the combination of flavors.
I am going to remain in your kitchen because there are very rich things in her.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said... Best Blogger Tips

I love mango pickle but sadly I never see them for sale here!! Diane

Lydia said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi! Thanks for your comment! Your blog is wonderful, everything looks delicious!

Santosh Bangar said... Best Blogger Tips

ur pickle is very tempting and perfect

Dzoli said... Best Blogger Tips

Definitely must try this.I eat a lot of mango..such a pity it has such a big seed as when I am eating and just get to enjoy it hits the seed;)

carmen said... Best Blogger Tips

Hola Aarthi! Gracias al comentario que me has dejado en mi blog me has dado la oportunidad de conocerte, tienes unas recetas fáciles y muy apetitosa, por lo que me quedo por aquí para no perderme nada, un saludo

Mury said... Best Blogger Tips

I loved the recipe! Never seen anything like it, I love meeting new recipes. Thanks for sharing. =)

pd: please follow me too =) thanks!

Hamaree Rasoi said... Best Blogger Tips

Very tasty and tangy looking mango achar.

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Maria Pilar-COCINICA said... Best Blogger Tips

Que bueno se ve.

Feliz verano.

aditi said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Arthy, I want to tell you that I really like you. Though being from the Southern part of the country, you are abiased. Your recipes are diverse and I see you are a secular person. Very rare quality, found among very few, please keep it up and I made laddoos and kaju katli by following your blog, I shall post the picture soon, stay the way you are, an inspiration to all