Showing posts with label mango pulp. Show all posts
Showing posts with label mango pulp. Show all posts

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Sweet Mango Gojju

Mangoes are seasonal fruits and one should make use of seasonal fruits and vegetables since they are filled with loads of minerals and vitamins.


We have mango trees in Our Birthimane (name of the area near Brahmavar / Udupi, my father in law's house). Normally during the mango season we do get good mangoes. Even the same mangoes are used for  pickle. This tree gives yummy mangoes. I do bring them here and prepare so many dishes from it.
These wild mangoes are bit savoury in taste and I used lots of JONI/liquid form of jaggery to it and prepared Sweet Mango Gojju.
This Sweet Mango Gojju taste sweet and good to have as one of the side dish with idli, poori, chapati, dosa, guli appa and bread.
I have squeeze out pulp from mango fruits, used that with jaggery, pepper and green chilly. Mango seeds/ಓಟೆ are dipped in the curry. It is very nice to have the seeds and enjoy having juice in them.
No Onion or Garlic is used in this Recipe. This is one of new creation from old traditional taste.
Let us see the recipe now :

Things needed : 

Wild Mangoes : 10 to 12
Jaggery : 1/2 Cup. (Powdered)
Pepper Pods : 5 to 6
Green chilly : 2
Salt : As required
For Seasoning :
Coconut Oil : 1 Teaspoon
Mustard seeds : 1 Teaspoon
Ingh/Asafoetida : A little
Methi Seeds : 5 to 6
Curry Leaves : 6 to 8.


Method :

1. Wash and clean all the mangoes. Wipe out all the moisture from mangoes and keep it aside.

2. Powder jaggery. Wash green chlliy and cut in to halves. Slit them in middle.
3. Now squeeze out the pulp from all the mangoes. Do not add any water.

4. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Put 1 tsp of coconut oil, mustard seeds and methi /Fengrik seeds.
5. Let mustard seeds splutter. Add ingh / Asafoetida, curry leaves and fry nicely till the leaves get crispy. Add mango pulp.

6. Add required salt and jaggery. Add turmeric powder and mix the curry well.
7. Add crushed pepper and slit green chilly. Let it boil for 5 to 6 minutes or little more.
8. Let the curry mix it well with jaggery and boil till it gets slightly thick.



9. Put off the fire and leave it to cool. Shift Sweet Mango Gojju to a serving dish.

10. Serve with the main dish of your choice.

Note :

You can add cut chilly to seasoning and fry nicely. Adding pepper to the curry helps to digest the
food properly.
Adding more / less jaggery is optional. Do not use much oil. It might give a bad adore later.
Adding more green chilly is optional. Use of curry leaves is optional.
Time  20 Minutes.
Serves : As you like it .

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Channa Dal - Mango Fruit Chutney

Channa dal chutney is one of the traditional side dish. Here I have used mango fruit pulp instead of tamarind.

Channa dal chutney is prepared from ages. When guest arrives without notice or if the side dishes turns shortage in the night or when your tongue wants some yummy spicy chutney this channa dal chutney comes to in hand. It is very easy, tasty and simple chutney.
We can have channa dal chutney with plain hot rice and a spoon of fresh ghee. It goes well  with idli, dosa, chapatis or any type of roti or rotti. This chutney serves the purpose of dips, sides for pakodas, fried fritters and on bread spread.
I have used channa dal, red byadagi chilly, mango pulp and coconut.

No onion or garlic Recipe

Let us see the recipe now :

Ingredients :

Channa Dal : 1 Tablespoon
Red byadagi chilly : 3 to 4
Curry leaves : 6 to 8
Ingh/Asafoetida : A pinch
Coconut : 1 Cup
Mango pulp : 1 wild mango pulp
Salt : As required
For Seasoning :
Coconut Oil : 1 Teaspoon
Mustard seeds : 1/2 Teaspoon
Ingh/Asafoetida : A pinch
Curry leaves : 5 to 6

Method :

1. Wash and squeeze out the mango pulp


2. Grate coconut and keep it aside.
3. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Add a teaspoon of coconut oil.
4. Add a tablespoon of channa dal and fry on low flame.


5. Add byadagi chilly and fry with channa dal. Let channa dal turn slightly golden brown.
6. Put off the fire and add curry leaves and ingh. Let all the ingredients get cool.
7. Grind it with mango pulp, fresh coconut, salt  and required water. Grind it till it gets paste consistency.


8. Remove it from mixi jar to a bowl.
9. Season with coconut oil, mustard seeds, 1 red chilly, curry leaves and ingh.
10. Channa Dal - Mango Fruit Chutney is ready to serve.

Note :

Do not over fry dal. Chutney turns bitter. Adding more / less chilly is optional. Adding tamarind instead of mango pulp is optional. Use of more coconut adds to the taste.
Time : 10 Minutes
Serves : 2 to 3.



Sunday, June 24, 2012

Yummy Mango Pulp

Mango fruit is every one's all time favourite fruit and we can prepare many tasty items. Here is a Mango recipe with nuts and dates which even children like to have this and yummy too. This mango pulp is good to have with chapatis, pooris, dosa, plain home made shavige and as desert.


Mango fruit is every one's all time favourite fruit and we can prepare many tasty items. Here is a Mango recipe with nuts and dates which even children like to have this and yummy too. This mango pulp is good to have with chapatis, pooris, dosa, plain home made shavige and as desert.

Things needed:

Mango Fruits : 4 to 5
Mixed Nuts : 2 to 3 Tablespoons.
Honey or Jaggery : 2 to 3 Tablespoons.
Milk : 1 cup.
Dates : 6 to 8

Method:

1. Wash and squeeze out the pulp in a big bowl. Take some water in an another bowl and dip mango outer layer and squeeze out the remaining pulp.
2. Cut dates into small pieces and grind it with mango pulp.
3. Add jaggery and grind it for 2 minutes.
4. Powder /crush almonds/cashews and keep it aside.
5. Add 1/2 cup of milk and grind for a few seconds and remove the mango pulp mixture from the jar to serving bowl.

6 .Add nuts and mix the pulp well and serve as desert or as side dish.



Note :

Do not use much water. You need to get good ripe mangoes to do this desert/sides. Adding honey instead of jaggery is optional. Roasting dry nuts is optional. Dry roast and then powder or crush it.
Time : 10 Minutes.
Serves : 2 to 3 .

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My name is Nalini Somayaji. Teaching is my profession. Cooking is my passion. Reading, travelling, visiting new places, having fun with kids are some of the hobbies I can say. My recipes are Healthy, quick, easy and simple. Grown up being a traditional family member I love and respect Indian culture and traditions. Love classical dance and music.
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