Raw Mango Chutney~Mavinkayi Chutney

Perhaps Mango, Avarekaalu seasons are most awaited fruit/veggie seasons every year in my house. From tangy raw mangoes to sweet ripe mangoes we love all of them . Wide array of dishes cooked using them are just lip smacking. In case, you get hold of some good raw mangoes in season and you would like to preserve it to make some of your favorite dishes, check out my post on preserving raw mango on Cooking Station. The grated mango you see in the picture here is a year old..

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I use them whenever I feel like eating mango rice, chutney etc. Ofcourse nothing can beat freshly grated raw mangoes though...

Raw Mango Chutney :
Grated Raw Mango : 2 cups (1 cup=100ml)
Dry Red Chillies : 5 (adjust them according to your taste)
Mustard Seeds : 1tsp
Menthe/Fenugreek Seeds : 1/4 tsp
Turmeric : 1 big pinch
Jaggery : 4 tbsp (add more if required)
Salt
Oil, mustard, Asafoetida and curry leaves for seasoning

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Method :
1.In a drop of oil fry dry red chillies, mustard and fenugreek separately.
2.Take all ingredients (except the seasoning ingredients) in a blender/mixer grinder and blend to a smooth paste
3.Taste the chutney, adjust the flavors using salt or jaggery.
4.Heat half tablespoon of oil in a pan pop mustard, add asafoetida and curry leaves. Reduce flame, and scoop out chutney to this seasoning mix.
5.Continue to fry it for 2-3 mins. Remove the pan from heat and keep it aside. Let it cool
6.You can store this chutney in a airtight container in refrigerator for 2-3 weeks.

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Raw Mango Chutney goes to Ramya of Mane Adige for her Chutney/Dip event..

24 comments:

DEESHA said...

i love mavinkai chutney too ... tastes amazing with rice

rekhas kitchen said...

I can have my meal only with this chutney that looks like that much tempting lakshmi mmmmm yummy

Mangala Bhat said...

wow ...i am drooling right now! tumba chennagide ee dish ..thanks kanri recipe kottiddkke :)

RAKS KITCHEN said...

This should be so yummy and tangy,flavorful too with methi and asafetida!!

Asha said...

Eshtu maavinkayi tindi madtheeraree alli!! Hottekicchu aagtaaide nange!!:D

Slurp! and I hate you again!

Just used that Ultra grind! Idli batter is so spongy, I can't wait for it to ferment and make some spongy idlis soon!

notyet100 said...

new version of chutney,,,/////;-)

Smitha said...

Mavinkai chuntey..slurp!! super ag kantaide Lakshmi..Hope to make some this season

Happy cook said...

I think i will need few buckets ti catch my drool.
Looks so yummy delicious.

Ashwini said...

wow my mouth is watering seeing all your mango posts these days...I will definitely get some mangoes this time from Indian store..Chutney thumba superaagide. Hage thinuthini katare..bayali neeru surithide ree

Cham said...

The chutney is different than we make. Looks very tasty LK. I imagine it should go well with the sago idli too!

n33ma said...

Lovely chutney.my mom makes this chutney during the mango season!!!!!!looks nice

sowmya said...

chutney looks nice and spicy..wish i knew earlier about the preservation of raw mangoes..will do it next time..

Nithya Praveen said...

Ahh i guess its Mango season,am reading alot of Mango recipes...i made Mango pickle and some Mango sweet pachadi too:).Never tried chutneys using Mango...looks perfect for Roti's/dosas.Bookmarked!

Priya said...

Wow this is new n looks delicious..

Anu said...

Raw Mango chutney is totally new to me! Looks yummy and tempts me to try! Loved browsing thru foood blog. Let me introduce myself. Am Anu, a novice blogger from MyScrawls.

Do visit my blog (Anu's Kitchen) when u get time. Would be happy to receive your comments.

farida said...

I love mango! I usually buy mango chutney from a grocery store, but why not make your own, righ? Great recipe. thanks for sharing

Ramya Bala said...

its so temptg..send it here :)good one laks..

Varsha Vipins said...

Oh droooool...want to grab it with a bowl of curd rice..so yum..nice click too..:)
Guess its ma first time at ur place..I see so many nice dishes here..:)

Rajee said...

It's new to me. I think it's more flavorful and tasty.

Ivy said...

I can imagine how delicious this must taste. Lovely flavours.

TheKeyBunch said...

Looks delicious. I wish I had some in my fridge that I could take out and spread on my toast:(

Sharon

Sanghi said...

These are simply delicious Laksmhmi! :)

UjjU said...

how did I miss this out! I want it badly! :( Will try to get some raw Mangoes over the weeken n try your recipe!

Anonymous said...

MAde it Taste Awesome!