Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Mampaza Pulisheri -Mango Curry

Sorry friends! I know its been really long time since i have posted a new one..... though i have been visiting all my friends blogs( lots of yummy posts), i have not been able to send in comments to everyone...but i surely did try a few recipes, i am missing all you guys.

These are a few recipes that i enjoyed and will surely try recipes:

Zebra cake, looks yuuuumy ....surely will try and let you know & I enjoyed "The mango masthi roundup", from Tasty Recipes, i have a lots of mangoes with me and i will surely try a few.
The spinach rasam, Baked rava Idly from Passion for Cooking was new for me and i tried pinach rasam and it was a hit. Thanks for sharing Ramya!
Tomato pickle form Annapurna was delicious too Srilakshmi.
Pachai puli thaneer rasam, Butter bisuit form Viki's Kitchen was so mouthwatering. Loved it will surely try them soon.
Mampazapulichery from My Home Cooking..... you scored it this time too :)
Pepper mushrrom Fry form Lemon n Spice um....deliciouso...super click!




This was a impossible thing to imagine until i tasted it. I used to wonder it would taste horrible to taste a fruit curry and i might never like it. After i got married my in law prepared this curry and i tasted and fell-in for it. Now I wait for the mango season and when i get them I make this curry at least once a week. My daughter loves this curry too.

Ingredients:

Ripe Mango 3
Turmeric - 1/2tsp
Chili powder as required
Green chili as required
Coconut 1/2 cup
Cumin(jeera) 1 tbs
curd 1/2 cup
Salt as required
Oil
Mustard
Red dried chili
Fenugreek seeds a pinch
curry leaves

Method:

-> Wash and Cut the mangoes into big pieces.

-> In a pan add mango, 1/2 glass of water, turmeric, chili powder & salt cover and cook


-> In a blender grind the coconut, cumin, green chili. Once it turns to a paste form add the curd or yogurt and blend once.

-> When mangoes are cooked add the blended mix and stir.

-> Let it boil for 5 min.

-> In a small pan heat oil, splutter mustard, red chili, Fenugreek seeds and curry leaves.

-> Its good to serve now but the taste enriches the longer it stays.

Note: The mangoes are really delicate so when string be cautious that you don't break the pieces.



17 Comments:

Mangala Bhat

wowo1 nice mango curry ! :)

Pavithra

Thats looking so mouthwatering ..and perfect for season ..i Have never made it.Recipe is interesting i have bookmarked it dear.. noted some more recipe too.

Ramya Vijaykumar

Oh Sangeetha look at the Mango Pulishery lovely and mouth watering!!! I wish I could have them with some steaming rice!!! Thanks for trying the Spinach Rasam!!! and btw why dont you send this to http://cooking4allseasons.blogspot.com/2009/05/announcing-mango-mela.html!!!

Home Cooked Oriya Food

Where were you ? Missed you dear.
Welcome back with such a lovely dish...

Lena Rashmin Raj

This is my all time favorite..wonderful presentation.. :)

Parita

Wow i have never tried making ripe mango curry..new to me and looks mouth watering

Shama Nagarajan

yummy recipe

Vrinda

Welcome back Sangeetha..mambazha pulissery is my all time fav..looks perfect

Kitchen Flavours

New to me...looks yummylicious...

Subhie

mangos looks mouhtwatering yar...i love tis dish too..thx for sharing..visit my site when u got time...

Vij

Hi girlie! first time here. U have a lovely space.
Yummy dish n I love any pulisheris. :-)

Happy blogging dear!

Sangeetha

Thanks Mangala Bhat,Pavithra, Ramya, Home Cooked Oriya Food, Lena, Parita, Shama, Vrinda,Kitchen Flavours, Subhie, Vij for all your lovely comments.
Will surely chk out the new friends blogs and thanks for visiting my blog friends.
Ramya thanks for your suggestion but the event rule says that the only condition is it should be sweet...so this curry may not qualify the requirement :)

Dhanya Nambirajan

Same pinch. Looks lovely and colorful.I also made mambhazha pulissery and posted in my blog. Evidhey aayirunnu?

sangi

Mango pulissery is my favourite dish..thanks

ammu

அப்டியே எடுத்து சாப்பிடனும் போல இருக்கு..



அன்புடன்,

அம்மு.

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Fathima

love mambazha pullisheri... this looks yum!

the mad

looks quite like sasav that Goans cook but they use coconut. Like this one. will try it out sometime when we get ripe mangoes now. Hopped over from O taste n see

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