Monday, May 21, 2012

Mambazha Curry / Mangappazham Curry



Ingredients:
  • Ripe mango 5
  • Coconut 1 cup
  • Green chilly 2 to 4
  • Turmeric pdr ¼ Tsp
  • Cumin seeds ½ Tsp
  • Fenugreek seeds
  • Mustard seeds
  • Curry leaves
  • Dry chilly 2
  • Shallots 5
  • Water
  • Salt

Peel off the mango skin and cook it with sliced shallots, curry leaves, green chilly, salt and little water. Grind together coconut, chilly, shallots, cumin seeds and turmeric pdr into a fine paste. Pour it into the cooked mango and combine it well. Heat it for a few mins and remove it from fire. Season it with mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, curry leaves and dry chilly.

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44 comments:

  1. wow...very delicious one,long back i tasted it at my friend's home n loved it a lot...yours looks so tempting...nicely done!!
    Spicy Treats

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  2. Delicious looking curry. Amazing preparation using mango.

    deepa

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  3. Looks so tempting, delicious curry

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  4. curry looks super tempting. nice one dear

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  5. This is one of my favorites especially when my mom in law prepares it!

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  6. kothiyaavunnu... very tempting

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  7. You made my DAY .............. I just love this curry a lot ............. every year this time my MOM used to make this ............. you refreshed all my memories ............

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  8. absolutely yummy curry, kothipikkale Tina :)

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  9. Slurp,mouthwatering here..SUper tempting curry.

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  10. mouth watering. we make pulishery. But this is slightly different. Will try this version

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  11. wow never heard of this recipe dear....awesome with mangoes....perfect for the summer....

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  12. missing mangoes this year..this looks yumm

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  13. Lipsmacking curry, sounds yummy...

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  14. Adipoli curry. missing that bounty of mango.

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  15. I love the way you have used whole mangoes, delicious..

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  16. Yummy n mouthwatering curry.

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  17. Tina..
    I am here after a long gap
    Manusyane egine kothippikkallee molee
    Evide nalla nadan mambazham kittilla

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  18. yummy!....amazing the way the whole mango is sitting in really tasty coconut gravy!

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  19. Curry loos delicious,it's new for me

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  20. Love the flavor of coconut and mango, almost like kootan :)

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  21. Curry looks yummy and delicious,tempting clicks.

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  22. Un caloroso saluto dall'Italia...ciao

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  23. I remember my friend's mom preparing this curry for afternoon lunch when I visited. Lovely taste and aroma. A perfect harmony of sweet sour and spicy. Thankks for the recipe.

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  24. kothi vannittu vayya..superb!!!!!!

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  25. In love with this curry after seeing the pics.
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  26. Yummy!! Lovely presentation :)
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  27. this dish sounds lovely , kinda like Mango Dal, right? I've tried the Andhra version of it.

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  28. I've never heard of this before...looks delicious!

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  29. one of my fav dishes...looks so yumm...

    Regards,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com

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  30. your happy follower now...http://megdeliciousadventures.blogspot.in/

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  31. Never tasted it before but looks so awesome

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  32. Love love love this curry, mom used to make and last time i ate this was in sis place. Yours look super delicious.

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  33. First time here, came via a comment you left on my blog. Lovely space. I love the curry, we make it without onions/shallots. The spicy, sweet and sour dish is great accompaniment for rice. Will visit again.

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  34. Wow thats looks delicious....

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