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Jun 26, 2012

Mampazha Pulissery - Ripe Mango Khadi


The aroma, sweetness & royal colour of mango blended with spices, coconut oil & sour curd makes it the king of all dishes. Aboslutely royal and stunning dish from God's Own Country the greener of green India - Kerala!




Ingredients :

  1. Ripe Mango - 3 Nos (flavourful & sweet mango variety of your region)
  2. Sour thick buttermilk - 1 cup
  3. Grated coconut - 1 cup
  4. Red chillies - 4 nos
  5. Peppercorns - 1 tsp
  6. Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
  7. Fenugreek seeds - 1/2 tsp
  8. Turmeric Powder - 1/4 tsp
  9. Salt to taste
  10. Sugar - 3 tsp (or to taste)
Tempering :-
  1. Coconut Oil - 1 & 1/2 tbsp 
  2. Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
  3. Curry leaves - 1 sprig




Procedure :-

  • Slice the mangoes with skin. Remove skin from few pieces and keep it aside. this we are going to use at the finishing stage of the dish for garnishing.
  • Boil mango pieces with skin (this will emit complete flavour of mango) adding 2 and 1/2 tea cups of water, salt and turmeric powder. Once cooked, remove skin from the mango pieces and let it cool separately.
  • Dry roast Fenugreek (methi) seeds till they turn light brown in colour, powder it using mortar & pestle (or prepare and powder it in large quantity & store in an air tight container to use in khadis & other preparations)
  • In a small pan, heat 1/2 tsp coconut oil and roast the red chillies (this will give nice flavour to the dish)
  • Grind coconut, Cumin seeds, Red Chillies, Peppercorns together adding water to a smooth paste (you can use the water in which mango is boiled)
  • Mash the boiled mango pieces and add the ground masala paste to it, add sugar, roasted fenugreek seed powder and boil
  • Add the thick & sour buttermilk & cook on medium flame  stirring continuosly for 4 min or till foam forms on top.
  • Remove from flame and temper with mustard seeds & curry leaves in coconut oil and add to the dish.
  •  Now add the saved ripe mango pieces to garnish the dish.

  • Tounge tickling royal pulissery is ready to make you drool :p
Mezhukupirati / mezhukuvarati is the best side dish for this. Fried Kerala Urad Papad is added bonus!







Linking this recipe to the following events

  1.  "Dish Name Starts with M" in Akila's Kitchen


2. The Kerala Kitchen in Erivium Puliyum of Julie




29 comments:

Leelagovind said...

hmmm nice aroma from your dish..i use the nadan manga and peel the skin pulling from mango and put as such ,not cubes or mashed ones mira..i like your procedure and will try soon..which mango have you used here?

Shama Nagarajan said...

flavourful ...yummy

radha said...

Totally new. A different taste altogether

Vishku said...

Dear Mira...
Its making my mouth water......

Mira said...

nadan tastes the best leela chechi. But i am in western part so I use badami, aapoos, upvariety, rajapuri etc. in the one showed in the pic is UP variety. thank you chechi.

Thank you Shama, VJ, Radha

Meg's Delicious Adventures said...

looks delish.

- Meg's Delicious Adventures

Spice up the Curry said...

mango kadhi recipe sounds yummy

faseela said...

wow...drooling here....nostalgic feeling....

Dr Sonia S V said...

Oh I love this--and since mangoes are in season have to try them soon..Thank You for the link to the Kerala kitchen!

Cheers
Sonia
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வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

Very Nice item. Happy to see in picture. Process is also well explained. Thanks for sharing, Mira.

kitchen queen said...

he he my mouth is already watering and want to taste this dish.

Mira said...

thank you Meghana, Faseela, Sonia, Gopu Sir, Kitchen queen

bhavna said...

will try this soon.... this new for me...

Julie said...

Very delicious dear,love it a lot,Mira:-)
Thanx for linking!

Ongoing Events at(Erivum Puliyum)-
1. The Kerala Kitchen(June'12)

2.EP Series-Basil OR Cardamom

Maayeka said...

Delicious and very flavourful mango curry..Happy to follow you:)

Mira said...

Thank you Bhavna, Julie, Maayeka

IyerViji said...

Mira dear yummy dish. My mouth is watering. Will come one day to taste the same.

Mélange said...

Yummy and nostalgic.Who can resist the flavor and aroma ?

Mira said...

thank you viji mami. Most welcome :-)

Thank you Melange :-)

Mythreyi said...

This looks interesting and new to me..

-Mythreyi
Yum! Yum! Yum!

Mahi said...

Am coming across this dish very often Mira! Looks so good! love the bright yellow colour of the mango as well as the curry! :)

Mira said...

Thank you Mythreyi, Mahi

Animesh said...

I like this item,specially mango juice preparation.

D.Nambiar said...

This dish is new to me. I'm crazy about mangoes, I'm sure I'm gonna like this. And since this sounds so easy, I'm gonna try this one too...just need to get some good Mangoes.
I'm yet to try out your pulinji. I'll get back to you on how they come out.

Mira said...

Thank you Animesh, D. Nambiar (you will like both the toungue tickling dishes.)

Kalyan P said...

Just mouthwatering...would love to have some!

Mira said...

thank you Kalyan

Meenu said...

Mira I love morkootan,but I don't like to add jeera,it gives Molakoottal taste,thank you for the recipe

Mira said...

It will not Meenu ka. Just a bit of cumin will never give you molakootal taste. Moreover, this dish recommends for roasted fenugreek powder and the flavour of mango dominates. Just give it a try.

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