Mar 11, 2012

Sweet Mango Chutney / Aam Ki Chutney / Aam Ki Chatni / Golkeri / Mango Launji

I came across through a cookbook which came as a compliment when we bought our microwave oven.  I was so tempted to try it out immediately and I did so..The result was the entire bowl got over within 5 mins..Yes my lovely family emptied the whole lot in no time..I took some portion in a small bowl and was very busy taking pictures and my caring family which includes my sister, mom and even my loving pet joe finished the whole lot before the photo shoot was over..When I realized this, I thought thank god I took some for photo shoot, I ate a spoonful of this chutney and reserved some to eat later,but believe it or not that too got over within minutes..Unlucky me..

The reason I was illustrating this whole incident is only one thing..Actually this chutney was so HEAVENLY, that is my whole point..You can have it as it is without any regrets…If you are a so generous(not like my family) you can have it in fridge and have it with roti every now and then..I hope you love this too and let me know what you think…


Raw Mango – 4 large peeled and sliced thinly
Sugar – 1 cup / 200 gms
Black Salt – 1/2 tsp
Salt – 1 tsp
Mustard Seeds / Kaduku – 1 tsp
Cumin Seeds / Jeerakam – 1 tsp (crushed)
Fennel Seeds / Saunf / Sombu – 1 tsp (crushed)
Dry Red Chilli – 2
Oil- 3 tblspn


Heat oil in a heavy bottom pan. Add mustard, cumin, fennel and dry red chilli and sauté for 30 sec.

Add sliced mangoes and mix well. Add a dash of water and cover the pan and cook for 15 min untill the mangoes are cooked.

Now open the pan and add salt,black salt and sugar. Mix well.

Cook for 10 mins untill the chutney gets thick and leaves the sides of pan.

Serve or store in air tight container in  fridge.

Take all your ingrediants
You need lovely raw mangoes

Peel em

slice them

Heat oil

add mustard



dry red chilli


and toss well

add a splash of water

cover and cook

when it is cooked

add salt

black salt


and mix well

cook it till it gets thick

like this



  1. wow..ive got to try this...nice click

  2. This looks scrumptious! Thanks for publishing the chutney recipe!!

  3. I love mango chutney but I have never seen a white mango before! All of ours are orange. Will try this out thanks Diane

  4. looks very appetizing ............will try it .............

  5. am a big fan of this .. but hv never tried it .. Bookmarked.!!!

  6. looks yummy aarthi...

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  7. This looks delicious. I have now cooked several of your recipes and every one has been so tasty. I have even told all my blogging friends about you. Thank you for such a lovely blog xxx

  8. Tongue ticking yummy looking chutney

  9. mouthwatering here :) Chutney looks very tempting.

  10. This looks really really good! Unfortunately green mangoes are difficult to find iin the UK, or I would try it immediately!

  11. Something very new to me...mouth watering here

  12. Aarthi this looks so delicious and I love the spices with the mango.

  13. very delicious looking chutney..wonderful recipe dear!!

  14. looking tangy n sum sweet too.....yum yum...

  15. Yummy with all the different tastes. Usually i add Jaggery in this

  16. This super quick mango chutney looks inviting

    Hamaree Rasoi

  17. mouthwatering and yummy chutney..

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  18. excellent aarthi..Lots of patience..Just started to follow your blog.

  19. Torture torture !!
    Am drooling over this one.

  20. similar to manga pachadi that we make home except for saunf adn sugar !

    slurpy tangy chutney Aarthi !

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  21. Aarthi I want to eat it right away...looks yummm...

  22. Certainly something new to me. When I saw the pix, I was asking myself, "Is this a dessert or appetizer?" Very interesting, dear!

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  23. Yummy chutney n mouthwatering presentation.

  24. Unlucky for you dear but when the chutney looks so heavenly what else do you expect.

  25. Never made Sweet Version, but I have tasted one, that is made with GUD ( bellam). Will try your sugar version soon, Aarthi!!

    Yum! Yum! Yum!

  26. bookmarked! cant wait to try it, i LOVE pickles that are sweet & sour

  27. wow...lip smacking recipe! You've perfectly done too!

  28. Nice :-) The Bengali style of aamer chuntney is similar. Do checkout my recipe blog when time permits.


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