BM #99 Day 5 - 

The next letter in the alphabet is E for Ellu Maangai Saadam. This is a slight twist to the traditional Maangai Saadam or Raw Mango Rice/Mamidikaya Pulihora.

The addition of sesame powder gives a whole new flavor to this already flavorful rice. Off late we have been using a lot of sesame seeds and we are definitely in love with the flavor.

The No Onion No Garlic platter showcases Vankaya Kothimeera Kaaram, Sambar, Ellu Maangai Saadam, Rice, Yogurt, Dosavakaya, Mysore Pak, Mirchi Bajji, Vadiyams and Fried Chilies



Ingredients - 

Rice 1 1/2 cups (I used Sona Masuri Rice)
Raw Mango 1 medium (1 cup approx) Grated
Roasted Fenugreek powder 1 pinch
Turmeric  1/4 tsp
Green chillies 4-5 nos (vertically sliced)
Salt to taste
Seasoning (Oil 1 Tbsp, Chana Dal 2 tsp, Urad Dal 1 tsp, Mustard Seeds 1 tsp, Jeera 1/2 tsp, Dried Red Chili 1-2, Curry Leaves few, Peanuts handful, Cashews few)
Lemon/Lime juice 1-2 tsp (Optional or if the raw mango is not sour enough)
To Roast and Grind - 
Sesame Seeds 1 Tbsp
Coriander Seeds 1/2 tsp
Cumin Seeds 1/4 tsp
Coconut Powder 1 tsp
Red Chilies 2



Method Of Preparation -


Cook the rice in any preferred method. After the rice is cooked, spread the rice in a wide platter allowing it to cool.

Roast the ingredients one by one as listed under 'Roast and Grind'.

Grind all of the roasted ingredients into a fine powder and set aside.


In a skillet on a medium-high flame, heat some oil add seasoning, peanuts and cashews. 


After the mustard seeds start crackling, add green chillies turmeric, roasted fenugreek powder.

Add salt, the grated mango and the sesame powder. Mix for a couple of minutes.


Remove from the flame, add this mixture to a bowl with the cooked rice and mix well.

Squeeze the lemon juice if required.


Serve hot.


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Preparation Time 30 minutes
Serves 4-5

12 comments

  1. Harini that platter looks absolutely fantastic ! All the dishes there tempt me and the rice sounds so good ! Can you believe I have never tried these raw mango rice ?

     
  2. Lovely and flavourful Rice.. Mango and sesame is really a unique to go together!

     
  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. Everything on the festive platter looks amazing. I guess that sesame and spice powder adds a nice flavor to 'chitrannam'style rices.

     
  5. Srivalli Says:
  6. That's an interesting twist Harini, and the whole platter looks so inviting!

     
  7. I love the addition of spice powder in the rice. Sesame adds a nice flavor in variety rice. The whole spread looks fantastic.

     
  8. sushma Says:
  9. Wow such a flavorful rice with sesame and mango.

     
  10. Srividhya Says:
  11. I love the flavor of sesame but never tried it with mango. I am both it would have been an amazing combo. The entire spread looks amazing.

     
  12. Kalyani Says:
  13. we add sesame to the normal tamarind puligogarai.. teaming it with mango rice makes it so nutritious,.. loved the thali , Harini...

     
  14. Sowmya :) Says:
  15. I am a big fan of ellu but never tried it with raw mango. Sounds absolutely delicious. Fabulous pick!

     
  16. CookwithRenu Says:
  17. I am drooling just reading the ingredient list. Love raw mango and addition it to the rice , yum yum yum

     
  18. Pavani Says:
  19. Wow, the rice looks so flavourful and tasty. Just reading the ingredient list is making me hungry! Thank you for sharing

     
  20. Swati Says:
  21. Raw mango in rice must have added a tangy touch to this flavourful rice platter.. looks so good!!

     
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