Bisipinakaya (Rasa Gaya)

This has been one of the traditional recipes prepared for generations in our family and also popular mostly in the Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. Made with ripened raw mango, its slightly sweet-tangy flavour makes it a delight for our taste buds. I got raw mangoes to make a pickle from it but found it too soft for it. 

My mom reminded me of this almost forgotten age-old recipe which tempted me to make it at home for the first time. It came out very well and my husband who's not aware of this dish, enjoyed it too!

Bisipinakaya (Rasa Gaya)


Ingredients -

1 Ripened Raw Mango (Cut into bite sized pieces without peeling the skin. Discard the seed and the hard lining stuck to the mango)
1 tsp Mustard Powder
1 tsp Methi Powder
1 tsp Red Chilli Powder
Salt to taste
1 tsp Sugar or Jaggery
Urad Dal, Mustard Seeds, Dry Red Chillies, Hing (For Seasoning)
2 tsps Oil

Bisipinakaya (Rasa Gaya)

Method of Preparation -



Heat oil in a pan and add the seasoning ingredients When the seeds splutter, add the raw mangoes to it and add about a cup of water to it and let it cook.


Add Salt, Mustard Powder, Chilli Powder and Sugar to it.


That's it. Bisipinakaya is ready to be served with hot rice.

Note : You could also add roasted Sesame Powder to this.



This goes to Niloufer Riyaz's Twenty-20 Cooking Event and also to Anupama's Mango Moods.





Serves 3 Adults
Preparation Time 5 mins
Cooking Time 10 mins
Posted by Jaya on Wednesday, April 21, 2010

9 comments

  1. Madhavi Says:
  2. nice recipe

     
  3. Ms.Chitchat Says:
  4. Wow, very simple yet sounds tasty.

     
  5. Priya Says:
  6. Super delicious dish, looks spicy and yumm!!

     
  7. simply.food Says:
  8. Beautiful mango dish.My 1st visit here following your blog.Do drop by simply.food sometime.

     
  9. Very unique dish,looks lovely as well

     
  10. Panchpakwan Says:
  11. Sounds so spicy and delicious..

     
  12. Suma Gandlur Says:
  13. Mouthwatering pickle. Never heard about the name. The recipe looks familiar sans the sweetener though.
    BTW, any rayalaseema connection?

     
  14. Harini Says:
  15. thx everyone,
    @Suma, sure we r from rayalaseema and bisipinakaya is popular in mostly Brahmin families around there!

     
  16. My fav recipe with mango, we too call this with same name, chala happy ga undi telugu blogger ni plus telugu flavored vantalni chudatam.

     
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