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Monday, May 9, 2011

Raw Mango Chutney / Kancha Aamer Chutney



This particular dish is not only useful to beat the summer heat but it also tastes tangy and delicious to crave for it after a heavy meal.
                                                                       
Ingredients:
 1 Kancha Aam / Raw mango
1/3 cup Jaggery (you can adjust the amount of jaggery according to the sourness of mango)
2 whole Red chilly 
1/2 tsp Panch Phoron (roast dry & then ground to powder)
1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
1/2 tsp Saunf / fennel seeds
1/2 Red chilly powder
Pinch of turmeric powder
Pinch of salt
2 cups of water
1 tbsp Mustard oil


Method:
Wash and peel the mango. Cut into small pieces and do not discard the pit. Heat oil in a pan and add mango pieces, sprinkle little salt and red chilly powder and fry till light brown. Now keep these fried pieces aside. In the same pan add whole red chillies and  mustard seeds, when the seeds starts spluttering add saunf and fried mango pieces along with 2 cups of water simultaneously . Cover and cook till the mangoes soften. Add the jaggery and stir well till it gets dissolved. Cook till it thickens to your desired consistency. I prefer it little runny texture. Remove from heat and transfer the chutney to a serving bowl. Once the chutney is cooled sprinkle panch phoron powder over this and serve chilled.


                                                                              


This aamer chutney goes to Flavors of Bengal guest hosted by Priya, started by Nanya.
                                      

66 comments:

  1. One of my fav Deeps ...we made almost same way but more thicker ...yum ...so tempting

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  2. That mango pickle looks lip smacking..anything wid mango is really delicious..:)

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  3. Wow! Looks fantastic. I am drooling now!!!

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  4. Wow, the sweet n sour taste of this chutney is sure to be a treat..we prepare a variation to this without the panch poran masala. I bet this version tastes as good as what I prepare!!

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  5. Woww.. yummy and tangy recipe.. looks awesome !!

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  6. so tangy and yummy. I too make this but a thicker version.:)

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  7. Love this chutney ~ so flavorful n tongue tickling!
    US Masala

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  8. love anything with mango.. looks absolutely delish!

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  9. Delicious chutney,tangy and yummy with lots of flavors..yum yum

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  10. yummy dear..we cal it pachadi... looks lovely..

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  11. This is so irresistible! Looks very awesome...

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  12. I love this mango pachadi in southindian style.. never tried using panch phoran though... add to (to do) list.. :)
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  13. very yummy and tempting version of making raw mango chutney. never tried in this style

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  14. Wow....amba khatta....its one of my favs and i love the way you have used the roasted & ground pancha-phoran!!!

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  15. absolutely perfect for this season, I made it a month ago. rawness of mango sounds so tickling with flavour of panchphoron.

    and abt linking your sandesh to my post it will be great Deepa, I cant ask for more :)

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  16. Tangy & lip smacking chutney!!! Love the addition of panch poran!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  17. That looks so delicious..Bookmarking it...Gotta try this..

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  18. Looks wonderful and tangy. We call it as pachadi

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  19. My MIL makes this for mango season and I just love it... Nice flaovors...

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  20. this is mouth-watering! love it!

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  21. WoW... That is a mouthwatering one. Nice recipe... YUM!

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  22. I drooling looking at the picture.Nice chutney.

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  23. wow...superb chutney....the clicks made me drool...yum yum

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  24. The picture says the story!! How delicious it would taste... A wonderful chutney and good clicks :-)

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  25. Irresistible mango chutney...mmm mouthwatering

    Aaha Oho

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  26. It is certainly a drool worthy pickle/chutney..

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  27. Love this delicious mango chutney Deepa. I have to search your blog to get some bengali veggie side dish.

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  28. Pls pass the scoop of the awesome chutney here yaar.. Slurp !!!!

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  29. Really tempting chutney..and mouth-watering clicks!

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  30. Slurp,tongue tickling chutney, feel like having some with curd rice..

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  31. nice chutney deepa- yummm looking !

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  32. hmmmmmmmmm...........this is irresistable.......

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  33. I'm loving the sound and look of this sweet mango chutney. Bookmarked!

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  34. Drooling and flavorful chutney....

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  35. So yummy and mouth-watering chutney,wonderful preparation.

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  36. We make something really very similar in goan cuisine , i dont really know what its called but sometimes i make it with shrimp and sometimes v muc like how u make it above.
    Also there are lods of raw mango goodies being whipped during the season like lentil curries , coconut chutneys , shrimp curries et all , all different and delicious!
    THis looks absolutely delightful!

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  37. I love the flavour of panch phoran and adding this in raw mango chutney is a wonderful twist.

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  38. OMG..we must be sisters Deepa..I just made it yest and would be posting soon.Looks tangy!

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  39. this looks too tantalizingly good! Love to taste!I have made a dish that I will be blogging but with very different spices! much simpler :)

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  40. My mom makes this..its looking great!!

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  41. Chutney with raw mango makes me drool:) Yummy one Deepa.

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  42. this sounds great with the mango!

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  43. Deepa, I tried and posted your dal makhani today. Thanks for the wonderful recipe and permission dear.

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  44. Tempting achar. It so mouthwatering. Wanna lick it.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran,
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  45. Chutney looks very tempting dear....I would love to have some of that right now :)

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  46. Aamer chutney to amar all time favourite. Darun hoyechhe. Khub sundor r ektu different recipe ami nischoi try korbo. Shomoy pele amar notun recipe dekhte esho.

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  47. absolutely a stunner! love the combination of flavours the chutney offers ... nice clicks

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  48. Are you a bong ? :) This is bong dish .. making me miss home! Last week I made Anarosher chutney same way ...and I am just waiting for it to get over so that I can make this next :)

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  49. i am so so drooling after seeing this

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  50. This looks really good..My mouth is watering now...Will try soon...and nice blog you have ..I am following you now..Please visit my blog and follow me...
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  51. This is my kind of chutney ..tangy and nice ..yum!

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  52. Love this chutney.ai goromer akdom ideal khabar.tumi aam porar sorbot banate jano go?post koro janle.accha sono akta choto help chai.ami solo microwave oven kinte chai agerta LG r chilo kharap hoye gache.kichu siggest korte paro pls.- Rajasree from bangalore.

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  53. Oh Deepa, its not fair...this is very irresistible one for sure...and I can't find mangoes here:( Delish recipe:)

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  54. Looks so tangy and delicious. Perfect chutney.

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  55. Lovely Deepa. One Bengali didi told me that she calls this Amer Ambol.

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  56. love love love this cutney... the sauce is nice and thick and mongoeyyy
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  57. wow looks yummy and tangy!! It's lunch time here and I have one raw mango....let me give this a try!!! :)

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  58. This pickle looks deliciousand so inviting. Please do send it to lets cook pickles event on simply.food.

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