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Kadumanga/Mango Pickle


Kadumanga/Mango Pickle

Kadumanga is indispensable in Kerala Sadhya and it is hard to resist this spicy condiment. We rarely get raw mangoes here and last week I was so glad to come across raw mangoes in our grocery store. I took a few and planned mango pickle and a batch of kadumanga for Onam Sadhya. I am not sure about the authentic version. This is how my mom makes at home,so sharing her recipe. This is quick and instant and spicy relish made with green mangoes.



Ingredients
Raw mango chopped- 3cup
Mustard seeds- 1 tsp
Green chilly chopped- 4
Chilly powder- 4 tsp
(Or according to your spice tolerance)
Asafoetida- 1/2 tsp
Fenugreek powder- 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Gingerly oil- 1/3 cup
Curry leaves-2 springs




Wash and wipe the mangoes dry and chop into small pieces. Mix in salt and keep aside for 2-3 hours.
Boil 1/2 cup water and keep aside to cool.
Heat a pan and dry roast 1/2 of the mustard seeds. When it just begins to splutter switch off the flame and grind this into a coarse mixture and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan and add the rest of the mustard seeds. When it splutters add green chilly and curry leaves and after a minute reduce the flame to low and add chilly powder,fenugreek powder and asafoetida. Add 1/2 cup of the boiled water and also strain the water from the mangoes and mix in. Bring this mixture to a boil and allow to reduce. 
Next add the chopped mangoes and coarsely grounded mustard seeds and mix well. After a minute switch off the flame. At this stage the mangoes will be crunchy. If you like it softer continue to simmer in medium flame for three minute. Allow it to cool down and keep in air tight containers.

Try this,
Hope you will all enjoy.

Comments

  1. i like this version.. my mom too make this way..

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  2. pickle looks wonderful just posted a pickle too :)

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  3. tongue tickling pickle..just love it

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  4. Tasty and tangy pickle. Lovely preparation.
    Deepa

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  5. Absolutely mouthwatering Suja..I feel the sourness within...And what a composition there..I loved it.perfect !

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  6. Lipsmacking good Suja. Love this colous. All time favorite pickle.

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  7. Kadumanga pickle adipoli Suja, Onaam vannu allae.

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  8. Looks so good on that plate of rice. Lovely colour too.

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  9. Slurp, tangy pickle looks inviting..

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  10. wow...mouthwatering pickle..looks sooooooooo tempting

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  11. wow those snaps make me drool...delicious!

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  12. looks so delicious Suja... i will sure try this have green mangoes handy :)

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  13. kandittu kothiyavunnu.........great click...........

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  14. Looks delicious Suja; love the Kadukku Manga. I will make a small batch of this too. Onam Wishes to you.

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  15. slurpppp... Very tempting... I Love pickles and this is irresistible...

    Inviting you to join Onam Sadhya~Grand Feast


    Cheers,
    Sharanya
    Sharans Samayalarai

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    1. Thanks Sharan,nice event, will surely take part,Happy Hosting:)

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  16. Looks yum!
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  17. Curd rice and this pickle divine combination..

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  18. Loved this tangy and delicious pickle..nice colour and tempting presentation !

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  19. wow! Love the look of this pickled mango. I'm sure it's so good with fried fish and a bowl of rice! Yum!

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  20. WoW Lovely color Suja, good clicks!

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  21. Lovely clicks..yummy pickle :)

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  22. Just looking at it my mouth waters!! Love them so much!!
    Made it perfectly!!

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  23. slurp and fingerlicking pickles.. looks so tempting!!!
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  24. i want to try my hand at a pickle and this is perhaps an easy recipe. happy onam in advance

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  25. Looks tempting and super inviting.

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  26. I am just drooling over these pics ....yum

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  27. Wow.wow..this looks amazing. I too mame it the same wAy but add a bit of vinegar too. Urs look tempting

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  28. Just looking at that mango pickles makes my mouth water. Tongue tickling, we don't add garlic, shud try your way next time..

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