Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Green Mango Chutney

I love green mangoes. We had a mango tree in our house and I remember, how we used to rush to collect the fallen mangoes after a night of heavy rains. We had quite many night of heavy rains in Assam. I loved eating them raw with a mixture of salt and red chilli powder. The tangy and spicy taste soothed my tastebuds like nothing else. Even now the very thought sets my mouth watering!:-)!
Today, I am sharing a chutney made from this lovely fruit. I use black onion seeds( kalonji) and fennel seeds which gives a very nice flavour. Here is the recipe for 'Green Mango Chutney'.


3 small green mangoes.
¼ cup sugar.
½ tsp salt.
½ tsp red chilli powder.
½ tsp roasted cumin powder.
1 tbsp oil.
½ tsp black onion seeds.
½ tsp fennel seeds.
2 tbsp water.

Peel the mangoes, cut and deseed them. Chop it into small peices and churn it with 2 tbsp of water into a fine paste. Keep aside. Heat a pan and add oil. When heated add black onion seeds and fennel seeds. After 30 seconds add the mango paste and sauté for 2 minutes. Add the sugar, salt and spices. Mix well. Heat for another 8-10 minutes stirring continuously. Add a tablespoon of water if you desire a slightly thin consistency. When cooked take it off gas and let it cool down. Store it in an air tight container. It can be kept refrigerated for at least 5 days.
This is an excellent chutney/dip with chips or fried papad.
I am sending this to Nithu's Event - Think Beyond the Usual - Fruits



  1. Green mango chutney sounds super delicious!

  2. I too love green mangoes..chutney looks tempting..I make it too sometimes....

  3. Luks so tasty! Perfect entry 4 the event

  4. The name mango is enough to drool, i'm sure it tastes great!!!

  5. Haii.. You have a nice blog with awesome recipes. When time permits please visit my blog. vidhya-ravikumar.blogspot.com


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