Oct 21, 2011

Mambalam Pachadi (Ripe Mango Pachadi)


As soon as you start making this pachadi the aroma of sweet mangoes just fills your house...This can go perfect with any pulavs or with any spicy dishes..

I hope you will try this...I am giving you step by step recipes with pictures...


Ingrediants:

Ripe Mangoes-2 chopped finely
Turmeric powder / Manjal Podi-1 tsp
Curd-1 cup
Salt to taste
Sugar -2 tsp

For Grinding:
Coconut-1 cup
Cumin seeds / Jeerakam-1 tsp
Green chillies-1

For Seasoning:
Mustard seeds / Kaduku-1 tsp
Dry Red chilli-2
Curry leaves-1 spring
Coconut Oil-1 tblspn

Method:

Grind coconut,green chillies and cumin seeds into a smooth paste..

Peel and cut mangoes very finely...

Take mangoes,salt,sugar and turmeric powder in a kadai..

Pour in water and cook until the mangoes are completely cooked..

Add in ground coconut paste and mix well..Simmer for 5 mins.

Switch off the flame and let it cool down..Add in curd and mix well..

Make seasoning by heating coconut oil..Add in mustard seeds and let it crackle..

Now add in dry red chilli and curry leaves..

Pour this over the pachadi and mix well..

Serve with rice..


Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Take coconut, green chillies and cumin seeds in a blender

make it into a smooth paste
Take mangoes

peel off the skins

cut in very finely

add that to the kadai

add in turmeric powder and sugar

pour in water

add in salt and mix well

bring to a boil

simmer untill cooked

Add in coconut paste

mix well and simmer for a while..

Switch off the flame and add in curd

mix well
make seasoning

pour that in

and mix
Serve

11 comments:

  1. Must try this recipe. I'm sure it tasted great. Nice clicks.

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  2. Flavorful and yummy pachadi,my favorite

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  3. Ficou com um aspeto fabulosoooo!!
    Beijinhos

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  4. tasty pachadi.....nice combo of ingredients....do send it to the event
    kerala kitchen

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  5. Looks so yummy!!!!1I wish i could get mangoes here now!!

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  6. I really love your site, the food looks amazing. I am going to try a few of your recipes. I am curious, I see you use 'curd' a lot. Is that just milk curd?

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  7. @gay Gourmet..Thanks for your comment...I am really happy that you loved my blog..The curd is just milk curd, which is also called as yogurt..

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  8. Lovely blog!! Very interesting collection of recipes :)

    Rosh
    Chef Al dente

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  9. hello....all ur recpes are really super....eggless baking recipesr a blessing for people like me who do not use eggs....is the kadhai used in this recipe made of clay?? can we make the curry in an ordinary kadhai also?? keep up ur gud work...ur pictorial repreentation is really helpful...thnks for such an informative blog...

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  10. @sujatha umeshThank you...Yes i have used a earthern ware pot. You can use normal kadai too.

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