Friday, April 8, 2011

Maangai Sadham/ Raw Mango Rice


This being mango season, I wanted to make use of this opportunity and relish as much mangoes in all possible forms as possible. I bought raw mango from the Indian grocery store and was actually thinking of making some pickle with it. But I ended up making this rice. It came out really good. It had nice flavor and great taste. How I landed up with this recipe????? 2 weeks back, we had gone for dinner to our friend's house and there I tasted this rice. We really liked it and immediately what do you think a bloggers' mind would do???? ;-) Yes, made a note of the recipe and tried it out and posting it now. It is very simple and has little ingredients but tastes very good. Its a nice dish for potlucks rather than regular pulao and biryani varieties. Especially if you do not like too many spices added to the dish, this is very good. 

Ingredients:

Raw Mano - 1 peeled and grated
Basmati Rice - 1 cup
Yellow Onion - 1 medium
Oil -1 tbsp
Mustard - 1 tsp
Urad dhal - 1 tsp
Curry Leaves - 6 to 10
Turmeric - a pinch
Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tbsp or to taste.
Salt - to taste
Asafoetida - a pinch

Preparation:

Soak basmati rice for about 10 mins and cook in 2 cups of water and keep aside. 

In a pan, Heat oil, add mustard seeds. When it splutters, add urad dhal, curry leaves, asafoetida. When It turns golden brown, add onions and saute very well till it caramelizes. 

Now add grated mango and keep frying till it becomes tender. Sprinkle water to help the mango cook faster. Add turmeric and red chilli powder and keep frying till all water is absorbed. Add salt and mix well. Remove from heat and keep aside. 


When the heat reduces, add cooked rice to it and mix well. 

Serve warm with chips or raitha. 


See you soon!!!

18 comments:

  1. yummy combination looks wonderful

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  2. mango rice looks delicious

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  3. Raw mango rice is tangy and wonderful! It's yummy!

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  4. Great combo and looks delicious!

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  5. My fav rice anytime,i can survive for many days with this wonderful rice..

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  6. Mango rice looks so super delicious !!

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  7. lovely and tangy rice and my favourite too.

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  8. Thanks dear for visiting my space n following also.. Happy to follow u too..

    Mango rice is my mommy's favorite.. happy blogging !

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  9. Yummy Mangai saadham Ak - I blogged this too a while back - made a manga thokku and mixed rice in it - naak ooring photos :)

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  10. I've been out of town all weekend, and going to all sorts of restaurants, and my blogger mind has taken over. "I could make that." or "That looks delicious." I love getting ideas from others.

    I need to use mango more often, because it is just so tasty. I didn't realize it was in season now, so I'll have to take a look. This rice looks so yummy!

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  11. Easy to make & loven the flavor of raw mangoes...slurp...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  12. Just reading the title itself i am drooling.:) How i wish i had raw mangoes here. Super duper delicious n tongue tickling one pot meal!!

    US Masala

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  13. lovely recipe... nice and tangy ..thinking about eatinf this making me drool ... love to try this one !!

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  14. Raw mangoes brings out the best taste in any dish. This rice sounds tangy and delicious
    Deepa

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  15. Yummmilious manga saadham, perfect for lunch box

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  16. Nice one. Best rice for this season. I had made it for the new year, posted it quite later though. But love it.

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