Kerala Mango Pickle

Mango Pickle

Kerala Mango Pickle

Mango Pickle

Category : Vegetarian, Pickles

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By Maneka Nirmal

Published On: 18 Nov 2003

Rating: 4
44 Votes, 19 Reviews
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20 Minutes
Served : 20
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

Cut the mango into small dices and remove the pit.

Step 2

Add salt and turmeric and keep it aside for 5-6 hrs.

Step 3

Add red chilly powder and mix it well.

Step 4

Roast fenugreek seeds, dry grind it and keep it aside.

Step 5

Heat oil in a pan.

Step 6

Add mustard seeds and when they start to splutter, add asafoetida.

Step 7

Allow it to cool.

Step 8

When the oil becomes room temperature, mix it with the
mango pieces.

Step 9

Add the roasted fenugreek powder and mix well.

Step 10

:- Serve with rice and curd.

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Bijoys

njanumundakki & its gooooood?..thanks 4 giving me such confidance

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Shanti

Good & simple recipe. The pickle came out well..Thanks!

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neha

tasty and so yummy mouth is watering to eat more

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Biju

Too good, it came out very well.

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Shadan

Very simple and easy to make. Very tasty too!!!

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soumya

Good & Easy 2 make pickle

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DeeDee Messersmith

My friends loved the pickles. I followed the recipe exactly and was afraid it would be too hot but they loved it. They are from Hyderabad.

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Dee Dee Messersmith

Can I ask if 1/2 cup red chili powder is really correct? I followed this recipe exactly and it just tastes like hot hot chili powder and burns my lips. I eat and fix all my Indian food very spicy with many peppers so I was surprised. I looked up other mango pickle recipes and they only called for 1/2 tsp up to 3 tbsps of chili powder for many more mangoes. I did everything else according to the directions. I used mustard oil for the oil. Can you help? Everyone loves my lemon pickles but I am afraid they won`t be liking these very much. Perhaps I can repair them.

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nancy

superb recipe

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Preethy

Sounts mouthwatering!!!Could u please help me with the measurements for 1kg for the same pickle

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Preethy

Sounds mouthwatering!!!Could u please help me with the measurements for 1kg for the same pickle

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yogesh bhat

the pickle has turned out to be fantastic.itz really mouthwatering..

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Pooja Rajeev

Maneka, thanks for sharing this recipe. I tried this recipe and it came out well.

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shalini S

Great Recipe!!! Thanks.

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meena

its very good

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Moni

Wow. The pickle I made turned out delicious. Thanks for the recepe

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priya varma

very nice recepie,its sooooooooooo good that im goin to make it again,my hubby loved it and same goes to me as well.thankyou

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resa

Fantastic! i couldnt really find a pickle i liked- and i eat A LOT of curd rice.. really really good accurate recipe..will look forward to more recipes by this chef on this site!

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suma nambiar

The pickle is hot!!! Really good with curd rice and rice verities...the measurements were accurate.

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