Coconut-Mango Chutney is a classic Chutney and a very traditional one at that. In many religious homes coconuts are offered every other day to God and so there would be loads of coconuts at home any time of the year. So this chutney was prepared very often at my grandma's place. But I guess the taste of the chutney made in the typical Indian style mortar-pestle is out of the world!! 


This reminds me of what my mom told me the other day about the scene regarding coconuts in my paternal grandparent's house(about 50-60 years back). In their house, they never broke any coconuts at home as my paternal grandpa was more of a practical person and less religious, so to say ! Apparently my grandma used to send all the kids to the nearby temples to get some extra broken coconuts for a paltry sum and used to make many delicacies including this chutney.


Another thing is that they used the rock salt (Ralla Uppu) and not the current day processed powdered salt. I definitely think that the rock salt imparts a special taste to anything in which it is used. My mom still uses the rock salt at home. I wish we could do the same here too!!


Here is the recipe for Day 7 and that brings us to the end of this edition of Blogging Marathon which we thoroughly enjoyed. Thanks once again to Srivalli who organized this marathon. We are surely looking forward to the next edition.


Coconut-Mango Chutney


Ingredients - 


Coconut Fresh / Frozen 1 cup
Raw Mango Grated 1 cup
Green Chillies 2-3 (or to taste)
Coriander leaves few (Optional)
Salt as needed
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, Chana Dal 1 tsp, Urad Dal 2 tsp, Methi Seeds a pinch, Mustard seeds 1 tsp, Red Chillies 3-4, Hing/Asafoetida generous pinch)


Method Of Preparation - 


In a heated sauce pan, add oil and the rest of the seasoning. Just about when the dals begin to brown, add the green chillies and saute for a few seconds.


Add the grated coconut and saute for a minute or so and switch off the flame.


Mix in the grated raw mango in the warm sauce pan and gently mix. 


Add the chopped coriander leaves and grind the mixture upon cooling, adding salt as needed.


Please note that if the raw mango is not sour enough, feel free to add a little tamarind juice when grinding.


Coconut-Mango Chutney


Some might like to add extra seasoning(tadka) to have a crunch of the dals.


Serve it with hot steaming rice and ghee and experience the 'divine' taste!!


Here are my previous posts under the 'Regional Recipes' for this week of Blogging Marathon.
1.Alu-Ginger Dal ~ Urlagadda-Allam Pappu

2.Chow Chow Pala Pindi Miriyam
3.Bombay Chutney a.k.a Pitla

4.Chakkara Holigalu ~ Sugar crepes

5. Mixed Vegetable Pindi Miriyam

6. Alu Raita ~ Alu Perugu Pachadi

Check out the Blogging Marathoners doing BM#5 along with me
Curry in a hurry under 30 min: AarthiDivyaJayashreeKaveriPavani,
Seven Days of Indian Sweets:GayathriPriya Suresh,
Seven Days of Microwave Meals: Monika
Seven Days of Regional Specials: Vaishali, SumaPJ
Seven Days of Colorful Dishes Kid's Special: Kalyani
Summer Coolers: Jayasree, KamalikaSrivalli



Preparation Time 10 -15 min 
Makes 1 cup

16 comments

  1. simply.food Says:
  2. This chutney looks really tasty.

     
  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. My mouth is watering and you reminded me my mother's place. She would atleast have 2 -3 coconuts offered to god each week and I was so used to coconut in each and every dish.
    A favorite of mine but never gets a chance to prepare this since my husband won't touch it and the coconuts I get here are a nightmare. :)

     
  5. a super chutney...want to try it rt away..lovely clicks...texture of the chutney is ...ummmm.really inviting!!

     
  6. Ms.Chitchat Says:
  7. Nice combo,would like to try.

     
  8. aipi Says:
  9. That is what we call finger licking delicious :)
    US Masala

     
  10. Chitra Says:
  11. Nice tangy chutney ....love it with hot white rice ...yummmy yum

     
  12. Jayashree Says:
  13. This looks tangy and finger licking good.

     
  14. your pics are so gorgeous and live. Looks delicious

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  15. jayasree Says:
  16. Looks yummy...I would love this as side for rice kanji.

     
  17. Vardhini Says:
  18. Never made this combination before .. looks good and sure it would have tasted yummy too.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

     
  19. Priya Says:
  20. Slurp,mouthwatering pachadi, makes me drool..

     
  21. Sarah Says:
  22. this looks good! and what a delicious accompaniment this would for my meal :)

     
  23. Aarthi Says:
  24. yummy dish

     
  25. Pavani Says:
  26. I'm so poor at choosing fresh coconuts that I usually end up picking ones that are too tough. Pachadi looks amazing.

     
  27. fabulous flavourful combination looks delicious

     
  28. Absolutely love it. I am going to prepare it today itself :)

     
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