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Feb 15, 2008

Pickle with Mango Pieces

In Telugu we call it as “Maamidi Mukkala Pacchadi”. This is one easy and instant pickle. I have learned this pickle from my sister R.

I used:
  • 1 raw Mango
  • 1 ½ tsp Fenugreek Seeds (Menthulu)
  • ½ tsp Mustard Seeds (Avaalu)
  • 2 tsp Red Chili Powder (or According to taste)
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tbsp Oil (Sesame Oil will be good) (I used Olive Oil)

Prepare like this:

Wash the mango well and wipe with a paper towel, because the pickle would be spoiled if it were wet. Then chop it into tiny pieces. Don’t peel the skin off, because mango pickle tastes so good with the skin. Keep aside in a bowl.

In a small pan heat 1 tsp of oil and add the mustard seeds. When they splutter, add the fenugreek seeds and fry till they turn golden brown. Be careful not to burn them. Take off from the flame and let it cool.

Meanwhile, add salt and red chili powder to the mango pieces and mix well with a spoon. Pour the rest of the oil on the pieces and mix well.

When the mustard and fenugreek seeds become cold, powder them into a fine powder. It is all right if it is little coarse. Add this powder to the mango pieces and mix well.

Let the pickle stand for one hour, so that the mango pieces absorb the essence of the fenugreek and the mustard seeds. Store it in a cool place. Serve this pickle with hot rice.


DEEPA said... [Reply]

I love this ..Esp with curd rice ...Best combhination !!

Maheswari said... [Reply]

Thats one of my all time fav pickle..esply with a day old curd rice..:)
I make this instant mango pickle with little bit of gingely oil + dosa podi...

Red Chillies said... [Reply]

Wow, I love this any time of the day. I make this too, for some instant pickles. I also add turmeric to give it more color.

S said... [Reply]

mouth watering....i know to what extend u enjoyed it

sra said... [Reply]

I really love this pachadi - am looking forward to the mangoes to make it.

Finla said... [Reply]

My mouth is wattering just looking to the picture. Delicious.

Daily Meals said... [Reply]

Mouth watering pickle...

FH said... [Reply]

I have one green mango left, will try this recipe. Looks mouthwatering Uma, good one!:)

Kalai said... [Reply]

Mango pickle is my absolute fav! Will try this when I buy some green mangoes

Sagari said... [Reply]

wowwwww ,your pic looks so tempting uma

Meera said... [Reply]

Delicious! Looks so good.

KonkaniBlogger said... [Reply]

Oh God!! My mouth is watering looking at the pic here..I love this mango pickle..

Mythreyee said... [Reply]

Curd rice with this pickle makes a great combo.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Oh my God....my mouth is watering just looking at the pic :)Thanks for the recipe.

Jaya M said... [Reply]

it looks so mouth watering...
liked ur blogs layout also ..beautiful .
hugs and smiles

Pravs said... [Reply]

oh yeah this is a bit different from how i made. Have to try this way too.Looks yum!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Hello. I am new to Indian cooking -- I've only made chole, a lemon pickle, and paneer so far -- and I have a question about your mouth-watering pickle: if I were to triple the recipe, using 3 mangoes instead of 1, would I have to triple the amount of oil as well?


Uma said... [Reply]

Hi Ma Jie,

Thanks for visiting my blog and thanks for your interest in Indian cooking. Reg. your question: Yes, you need to triple the amount of oil, say for 3 mangoes use 6 tbsp oil. Mango pickle need more oil so that the pieces absorb the essence very well. Hope this helps. Please let me know if still confused. Thanks again.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Thank you very much your reply! I understand completely, and I can't wait to try your great recipe on the weekend.

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