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Thursday, May 26, 2011

Mango raita
















Cooking time required: 20-25 mins
Cost of preparation: 15-20 rupees

Ingredients: Large green mango ( i used one that was just begining to ripen)(1 no), red chilli (2 nos), jaggery ( to taste ), garam masala ( 2 pinches ), jeera-lanka (
cumin-chilli ) powder ( 1 pinch ), salt to taste.

Cooking: Wash and put the whole mango inside the oven. Bake at 170-180 degrees for 18-20 mins.

Remove the mango and allow it to cool down. Remove the peel and scrape the pulp into a mixing bowl. Add the jaggery ( powdered ), cumin-chilli powder, garam masala and salt.

Roast the broken dry chillis on a pan without any oil for 30-40 secs, and add to the
mixing bowl. Slightly rub it into the mango.

Serve with rice and a non-vegetarian side dish.

Note: This is an authentic Malwani preparation which i happened to watch on the telly and the mango is traditionally cooked on a wood fire. The red chillis and cumin-chilli powder are not part of the original recipe.

12 comments:

  1. looks super gorgeous and irresistible..yummy!!

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  2. tats a tongue tickling raita...looks so good :)

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  3. Tonguetickling raits, would love to finish that bowl rite now..yumm!

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  4. This recipe is new to me, would prepare it now, looks very tempting.

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  5. Wow Raitha with mango...delicious..
    Saranya
    http://www.foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  6. Tangy raita looks yummy.....
    A small compliment is waiting for you at my blog plz do collect it.

    Chandrani
    http://cuisinedelights.blogspot.com/2011/05/award.html

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  7. the raita looks soo yummy and mouth tickling...:)

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  8. Nice raita! Love the twist of the flavours with mango!

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