Mamidikaya Mukkala Pachadi is so common a pickle in Andhra households that I totally forgot that I hadn't blogged about it. I was reminded by one of my cousins and I had promised him that I would include that as soon as I prepare it and here I am. Now that the mango season is upon us, the mangoes are best suited for pickles and such (in India I mean !) and what a time to enjoy this pickle with hot steaming rice and a blob of ghee. This is a foolproof and mouthwatering pachadi recipe from my MIL!!


Mamidikaya Mukkala Pachadi

Ingredients -

Raw Mango (chopped pieces - 2 cups)
Mirchi powder - 2 tsp (or as per taste)
Mustard powder - 3 tsp (or as per taste)
Salt - 2 tsp  (or as per taste)
Fenugreek powder (roasted methi powder) - 1/4 tsp  (or as per taste)
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
Oil - 1/4 cup
Asofoetida (Hing) - 1/4 tsp


Method of Preparation -

Wash and dry the Raw Mango. Remove the center seed and chop it into small pieces.

Add salt and turmeric and mix it well. Leave it aside for an hour or so.

Add mustard powder, mirchi powder, methi powder, oil and asafoetida and mix well.

Serve this pickle after 7-8 hours with steaming hot rice and ghee for a satisfying meal.


Sending this delicious pachadi to 'Design A Menu - 2' happening here at Tamalapaku



Preparation Time - 10 min (excluding resting time)
Makes about  2 cups
Posted by Harini on Wednesday, April 27, 2011

11 comments

  1. Now Serving Says:
  2. What a tongue tickler - all I need with that is some curd rice :)

     
  3. hmm.. tangy pickle.. love it.

     
  4. Archana Says:
  5. Love this one with anything.

     
  6. so many mango based recipes on the blogging world today. Mouthwatering

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  7. Yum, yum, yum. I am coming over to get my share of the pickle :)

     
  8. wow this makes my mouth to water....

     
  9. Priya Says:
  10. Tongue tickling pachadi,would love simply with some rice..

     
  11. Smitha Says:
  12. yep...thats what i am waiting for!....whenever my mom is here she makes it for me!....:)
    yummy yum yum!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

     
  13. divya Says:
  14. Wow! that looks very inviting and totally yum!

     
  15. Nandini Says:
  16. Tangy pickle. Mouthwatering!

     
  17. wow mouthwatering pachadi.cant resist
    South Indian Home

     
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