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Vah Mango Pickle

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Vah Mango Pickle Recipe, Aam, How To Make Vah Mango Pickle Recipe

During the Mango season, all are busy making the Mango pickle is prepared in different styles from different states.

In the summer there are plenty of raw mangoes available generously in several streets and markets. In this time, you'll also find the majority of the ladies occupied in making pickles with raw mangoes. Mango pickle is an extremely well-liked complement in the Indian Delicacies. It's popularly known as Avakaaya pachadi or Mamidikaaya pachadi in Andhra Pradesh.

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How to make Vah Mango Pickle

(66 ratings)
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Prep time
15 mins
Cook time
10 mins
Total time
25 mins
Vah Mango Pickle
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Mango
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : October 22, 2018


Ingredients used in Vah Mango Pickle
• Cumin seed - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Mustard seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Oil - as required.
• Turmeric powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Garlic crushed - 1 tablespoon.
• Fenugreek powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Mustard powder - 1-1/2 tablespoon.
• Red chilli powder - 1-1/2 tablespoon.
• Raw sour mango/aam - 1 cup.
• Red chilies dried - 3 number.
• Hing/asafeotida - pinch.
• Garlic - 6 cloves.
• Curry leaves - 3 springs.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Slice the chopped mango into small cubes and keep it aside.
  • Take a bowl add red chili powder, mustard powder, fenugreek powder, garlic mashed, turmeric powder, salt and mix this well and keep it aside.
  • Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, red chilies, hing, garlic once it is done switch off the flame and add curry leaves keep this tempering aside till it cool down.
  • Now take spices mixture add above tempering in it and mix it well, now add cut mango cubes into it and mix it well again. Keep this mixture for 24 hours aside.





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In the summer there are plenty of raw mangoes available generously in several streets and markets. In this time, you'll also find the majority of the ladies occupied in making pickles with raw mangoes. Mango pickle is an extremely well-liked complement in the Indian Delicacies. It's popularly known as Avakaaya pachadi or Mamidikaaya pachadi in Andhra Pradesh.

You will find huge variations of preparing the mango pickle in India with every area featuring its personal kind of recipe. Pickles produced in south India are usually diverse in flavour and taste compared to North India. The components also differ. Even utilizing the same main components, South Asian pickles are available in numerous flavours because of variations in spices and procedure. A mango pickle from South India may taste quite different from one produced in North India. Within the southern states, sesame oil is chosen, whilst mustard oil is chosen in northern states to make pickles.

Mango pickle is usually finger licking, fragrant and would simply lure anyone because of its aroma, appealing colour and spiciness. It's a preferred recipe of numerous particular flavours yummy when consumed with hot steamed rice and ghee. Usually, once the Ugadi festival is the appearance of the raw mangoes useful for pickles. Mango pickle is filled with tastes, flavour and explains the south Indian goodness. The key ingredients for making this unique pickle are cumin seeds, curry leaves, fenugreek powder, garlic, hing (asafoetida), mustard powder, mustard seeds, oil, raw sour green mango, dried red chillies, red chilli powder and little turmeric powder. All around the mango pickle provides a sour, tangy and spicy taste.

Pickling method in India is different from other areas generally because of extra spice combination put into them post anaerobic fermentation. Pickles are primary side dishes and lots of types of veggies are being used. Nevertheless, raw mango or tender mango is regarded as the common selection of fruit used in pickling. You'll find several selections of mango pickles prepared based on the area and also the spices used but, commonly there are two kinds of - whole baby mango pickle or cut mango pickle. Whole baby mango pickle is actually a conventional range extremely popular in Southern India and makes use of baby mangoes which are couple weeks old. You'll find specific types of mangoes particularly used only for pickling and they're never eaten as ripe fruit. Baby mangoes are pickled using salt, veggie oil and a mix of hot spices, in a really cautious procedure which assures pickles are stored for a long time

 South Asian seems delighted on making of the homemade pickles from a number of veggies, fruits or meats. Usually, the veggie or fruit is chopped into small portions, prepared in edible oils like sesame oil or brine with numerous Indian and Pakistani spices like asafoetida, red chilli powder, turmeric, fenugreek, and lots of salt. Salt usually serves as the preservative for the pickles. Some locations also focus on pickling meats and fish. Veggies may also be mixed in pickles to produce mixed veggie pickle. 

Mango pickle and lime pickle is regarded as the common south Asian style pickles. Other contains tomato, amla, garlic, red chilli peppers, drumstick pickle, cauliflower, egg pickle, meat pickle, tamarind and chilli pickle and many others. Fenugreek powder keeps a unique place in many of these quality recipes primarily because of its rich, nutty, slightly bitter flavour. In contrast to pickled cucumber that is sweet and vinegary, this Indian pickle is spicy, salty and pickled in oil. It delivers plenty of flavours, so a bit goes quite a distance! Raw Mangoes are popular to produce numerous dishes. The sour, unripe mangoes are being used in chutneys, mango rice, mango dal or simply eating raw with little salt and chilli powder. Green mangoes may be used in mango salad with fish sauce and dried shrimp. It's also found in making a specific summer cooling beverage known as Aam Panna.

There are lots of variations of making a delicious mango pickle. Soft whole mango pickle is a conventional pickle of Karnataka. That is stored completely by drying soft whole mango with salt and it is really salty and sour. An exclusive type referred to as jeerige midi is prepared to make use of particular soft mango having a rejuvenating fragrance. The majority of the homemade pickles are prepared in the summertime and kept under the sun during daytime whilst kept in ceramic or glass jars with airtight covers. The high levels of salt, oil, and spices behave as preservatives. A lot of commercially produced pickles use preservatives like citric acid and sodium benzoate.

 The word pickle in English is famous in several names. It is named achar in Hindi, Oorugai in Tamil, Ooragaya in Telugu and Uppinakaayi in Kannada. The Malayalam term for pickles is pronounced as 'achaar' or uppillittuthu, every type of pickle being given its very own name, for example maanga acharu for mango pickle and ingi acharu for a ginger pickle. Tamil Nadu includes a standard mango pickle, maavadu, that is generally made early in the summertime when mangoes are hardly one-inch long. The preservation method employs castor oil providing the pickle with its distinctive flavour. 

Methods for making an outstanding Mango pickle:

For this pickle, use raw sour mangoes. The mangoes need to be tight, not soft or wrinkled. Clean them completely and dry them nicely. Any leftover dampness might ruin the pickle.

 Ideal used would be the Guntur chilli powder which provides that colour, taste and flavour. There is also the chillies freshly ground in the mill if you're producing large amounts. You are able to boost the chilli powder according to flavour. Don't compromise on components like oil, salt and chilli powder because these three components would be the soul for preparing this pickle!

 Ensure that you do not touch water whilst producing the pickle and clean every single device or vessel used for mixing bowl, ladle and mangoes using a dry cloth and dry them effectively. Keep in mind that the amount of the spices could be more on the very first day and definitely will steadily decrease on the third day because they get soaked perfectly in the raw mangoes. Merge it completely. Numerous make it in the big container because it is easier to mix nicely. Later on, it may be moved to smaller containers or jars.

 Benefits of Raw mango:

Raw mango is extremely praised for nutrients. They're a superb way to obtain Vitamin C, that is relatively a lot more than ripe mangoes. Raw mangoes will also be a great way to obtain B vitamins which are beneficial to maintain good health. This fruit is used in many forms such as juice, sauces, Indian chutneys, pickles, and dried powder.

 Using and Storage Instructions: 

  • Wetness is definitely the largest killer for pickles; in moisture and hot conditions, it is advisable to keep pickle inside the fridge. Wait for a pickle to get marinated for a month before you decide to refrigerate.
  • Ensure the cover is closed tight all the time without allowing dampness in.
  • Make use of a clean dry spoon so that there's no dampness any time you go ahead and take pickle from the bottle.

For simpler and frequent use, shift little portions to a smaller jar.



 

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Najma202 Posted on Mon Jul 25 2011

namaste, salaamalaiku, sasrikaal

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myhomelandSA Posted on Tue Jul 26 2011

You always make me laugh. Love your sense of humour. Your wife is very lucky.humour combined with good food.

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Marflet11 Posted on Mon Oct 17 2011

Vah chef....where can i get under ripe mangos in the US? So hard to find!!!

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fijiboy68 Posted on Fri Dec 30 2011

@SDPaldora1 Use Mustard

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this is great stuff

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OMG LOL Yaar you at too funny eating Chawal with Masala left over! LOL I do that too PaJi. Please make all your recipes onto DVD so we can buy them watch them on TV at home.

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