Mambazha Pulissery/Ripe Mango Curry and Onapookalam

Mambazha Pulissery/Ripe Mango Curry


Ingredients
  • 1 cup ripe mangoes
  • 1/2 cup thick beaten yogurt
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 green chilli
To grind
  • 3/4 cup coconut
  • 1/2 tsp cumin seeds
  • 1 green chilli


To garnish
  • 1/4 tsp cumin seeds
  • 2 to 3 shallots
  • curry leaves, fewfenugreek powder(roasted and ground)
  • 1 to 2 red chillies
  • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1 tsp coconut oil

Directions
Cook mangoes adding turmeric, water,salt and green chilli. Once cooked add ground coconut paste. Cook for few more minutes.Turn off the heat .Heat oil in a small pan and splutter mustard seeds followed by cumin seeds,curry leaves, red chiliies ,shallots and and fenugreek powder.Pour this over the mango curry. To this add beaten yogurt and mix well. serve with rice.
                        

Comments

  1. Curry looks fabulous! do you still find ripe mangoes there?

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  2. lovely curry... We call it khatta in Orissa. One of my favorite dish...
    The flower decoration is awesome...

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  3. Wow!!! One of my fav's!!!!! makes me drool!!!

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  4. The pookolam looks amazing Vrinda..very pretty...lovey picture of the dish too :)

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  5. Very beautiful rangoli.....nice recipe

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  6. Wow Vrinda...ur sis is quite the artist. The pookolam is beautiful. Thats one of my fav curries, love the sweet n sour taste. Gosh, my mouths watering:)

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  7. ithethu mambazham kondudakky dear....nalla colourful ane...

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  8. yummmm Mambazha pulissery so tempting looks great and mouthwatering. very beautiful pookalam.

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  9. Wow such a beautiful kolam..Mango pulissery looks delicious..

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  10. Looks very nice Vrinda.....anything with mango is so inviting and mouthwatering ....Nice click :)

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  11. WOW, are you serious that your sister made that from flowers! Looks like it should be a painting in a room for hundreds of years - gorgeous!

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  12. The mango dish looks pretty, so is the flower decoration from your sister!

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  13. Onam pookalam is superb...

    As suggested by you I will also include onam pookalam in the my next post.

    Maambazham pulishery, aah! the taste has not yet left my taste buds... Thanks onam

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  14. Wow wonderful pookolam dear.. say our regds to her. Hey the mango dish looks awesome.

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  15. It looks too good, Vrinda!Delicious!And a great pic

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  16. This curry looks wonderful! The Onapookalam is beautiful!

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  17. this sounds great new to me oh i adore keralan food and the onapookalam is great

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  18. Pookolam looks very beautiful....

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  19. lovely recipe..and looks so yumm too

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  20. A wonderful curry with mango! Can't wait to try it!

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  21. I love the colour of your mango curry it looks delicious.

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  22. Hi Vrinda, thanks for stopping by my blog and for your generous and lovely comments dear.

    I was so astonished by your talent, what an array of baking recipes and variety of Kerala recipes. I had recently started my baking experiments and ur going to be my idol. I loved ur site, will be frequently visiting to try out your bakery recipes:) Cheers!

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  23. Curry looks really good! Lovely pic!

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  24. It's pretty new to me.....looks good....
    Flower decoration is superb!!!!!!

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  25. Very cute pics.! ooooh i love this pullisery

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  26. Curry looks awesome...The Onapookalam is beautiful!

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  27. Such a great combination of flavors!

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  28. What a gorgeous photo!! Sounds lovely.

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  31. Paita ;Yes,mango is available in all seasons here.
    Tina ;Manga ethanennariyilla,etho nalla madhuramulla manga aayirunnu...

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  32. WOnderful recipe, awesome click. Poo kolam looks gorgeous.

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  33. wow, that looks delicious! and i just picked up some mangoes...maybe i'll have to make this!

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  34. The curry looks so lovely.... we made this on the first day of onam aweaome clicks.....

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  35. The curry looks so lovely.... we made this on the first day of onam aweaome clicks.....

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