BM #93 Week 4 Day 3 - 

To conclude this series of mini meals for this week, check my favorite no onion no garlic platter of the week. This platter features Yellow Cucumber Dal, Drumstick Rasam, Corn Methi Stir Fry, Lauki Mango Chutney, Rice and Yogurt. The bonus in this platter is the Uppu Mirapakaya.

I remember when I made this platter, I was cleaning out the fridge and found half of a small bottle gourd, and one yellow cucumber. Since the bottle gourd wouldn't be enough for a sabji, I looked into my freezer for more veggie options when my little one picked up corn for a stir fry. So I had to come up with the chutney and make a meal out of the veggies on hand.

These are the regular components in an everyday meal at my mom's place even today. Sambar is a rarity for some reason. 

Ingredients - 

Lauki cubed 2 cups
Tomato cubed 1/2 cup
Salt, Turmeric, Green Chilies as needed
Raw Mango peeled and cubed 1/2 cup
Seasoning (Oil 1 Tbsp, Chana Dal 2 tsp, Urad Dal 2 tsp, Methi Seeds a pinch, Cumin seeds 1/2 tsp, Asafotida 1/8 tsp, Curry leaves few, Coriander seeds 1 tsp, Sesame seeds 1 Tbsp)


Method Of Preparation -

In a heated pan, add oil and the rest of the seasoning ingredients. After the dals brown and the mustard seeds splutter, saute green chilies.

Add the chopped lauki and tomatoes, mix well. Cover and let them cook through. 

Sprinkle salt and turmeric. Mix well. Remove from heat. Add the cubed raw mango. Add coriander leaves if using.

Grind into a fine paste.


Serve with steaming hot rice and ghee!


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Preparation Time 20 minutes
Serves 7-8
Posted by Harini R on Friday, October 26, 2018

11 comments

  1. Srivalli Says:
  2. That's an interesting chutney Harini, never combined these two myself. Your mini thali series was very nice and interesting combination of dishes!

     
  3. Rafeeda AR Says:
  4. The ingredients for the chutney sounds interesting... I love your mini thali, such a mix of healthy vegetables and comforting food...

     
  5. Suma Gandlur Says:
  6. Such a homely and inviting meal. Never tried to combine two tangy ingredients - mango and tomato to bottlegourd in the chutney preparation. Sounds interesting and must be a chatpata one.

     
  7. Pavani N Says:
  8. Lauki and raw mango combination for a chutney sounds amazing and interesting. That methi corn curry is an interesting combo too - will have to try it out some time.
    Enjoyed all your everyday mini thalis this week Harini.

     
  9. Code2cook Says:
  10. amazing innovative chutney recipe with lauki. bookmarking to try it. looks great with the texture with raw mango it must have tasted great.

     
  11. Your mini Thali looks appetizing Harini..Mango and Bottle Gourd! I am yet to try this combo..

     
  12. sushma Says:
  13. Lauki and mango a unique combination. Must try for sure

     
  14. Priya Suresh Says:
  15. Seriously very interesting chutney, am sure that am hearing this combo for the first, what fingerlicking goodness chutney.

     
  16. That is quite an unusual combination for chutney. This is so innovative and looks yum. The whole platter looks so inviting..

     
  17. This is such a unique combo...lauki and mango...Wow! It shows our blogger mind can do anything :)

     
  18. lauki is one of my favorite Indian vegetables This is definitely one chutney I would love to try

     
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