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Monday, August 24, 2015

Kachi Keri ni Chutney | Raw Mango Relish

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Well which girl don’t like raw mango with salt, red chili powder on it? I used to eat that a lot back home and when I was kid. When mom used to make pickle and put the raw mango pieces in salt and turmeric powder and spread it on clothe , few pieces always find their way into my stomach. Now I cannot handle that much sourness but still love to eat this chutney because it’s not sour but sweet and spicy one. Just grate raw mango along with red onion , put cumin in it and lots of red chili powder and sugar, mix it , leave it for 10 minutes and easy yummy spread is ready to enjoy with your dinner. My mom used to make this in summer and that day dinner always done in no time and we all enjoyed it. So keeping that tradition here also I make this. Until my husband used to join me but due to his healthy he cannot consume raw food, I solely finish in two days whole bowl of chutney and still craving for more.

Ingredients :

1 raw mango grated
1 red onion grated – white will do too but red give nice flavor
Pinch of Roasted cumin
2 tbsp. Badshah Red chili powder – add more cause we are going to add sugar so it will be not that spicy
1 tbsp. sugar or as per sourness of mango

Method:

Take a bowl. Add grated mango and onion in it, if you don’t want to grate onion, you can finely chopped it too.
Crushed cumin in your palm and add it in mango mixture.
Add red chili powder and sugar and mix it.
Leave it outside for 10 minutes till sugar dissolves.
Then enjoy it with your diner or pulav or as it is. I used to literally drink that chili powder and sugar water.
In my home it don’t last long so don’t know how long it last but try to eat fresh and make it in small quantity.







Hearth & Soul Hop
http://www.amummytoo.co.uk/2015/08/recipeoftheweek-22-28-august/

15 comments:

  1. good to see your post after so long...this chutney looks so yumm and tempting

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    1. I was India so took a break from blogging, Thanks Gloria

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  2. This one is a must try. My neighbours mango tree is fruiting. Will wait to pluck a mango and to make.

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  3. We love this hot tangy chutney, its perfect with samosas.

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  4. I found your description of eating mango with salt and chilli powder so interesting as here in the UK mango is often served as part of a sweet dessert. Even the mango chutney we have is often quite sweet. I really like the spicy/sweet flavours in your Raw Mango Relish. It sounds delicious! Thank you so much for sharing it with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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  5. Looks delicious, this is my favorite, thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning, and tweeting.

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