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Raw Mango Pachadi | Mangai Pachadi
A Scrumptious and Traditional Pachadi

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 Raw Mango Raw mango should be sour
0.5 cup Grated Jaggery 1 Cup - 250ml
0.25 Teaspoon Turmeric Powder
To taste Salt
For Tempering
1 Teaspoon Oil
1 Teaspoon Mustard Seeds
1 Red Chili
Few Curry Leaves
1 Tablespoon Neem Flower

Nutritional information

100gms
1 bowl
110
Calories
1 g
Fat
27 g
Carbs
27 g
Sugar
10 mg
Sodium

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Packed with 6 flavour of tastes like sweet(Inippu), salt(Uppu), spice(Urappu), bitter(Kasapu), sour(Pulippu) and astringent(thuvarpu)

Features:
  • Naivedyam (Offering to God)
  • Traditional Recipes

Ingredients

  • For Tempering

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Raw Mango Pachadi (Mangai Pachadi), is one of the traditional and scrumptious pachadi we used to prepare for Tamil New Year’s day or for any auspicious occasion during mango season. Generally a pachadi for Tamil New Year’s day should have all the 6 flavour of tastes like sweet(Inippu), salt(Uppu), spice(Urappu), bitter(Kasapu), sour(Pulippu) and astringent(thuvarpu). Significance of this is to make us understand that life is a combination of mixed emotions like good, bad, happy, sorrow, victory and defeat and we have to face them equally. Here jaggery for sweet, salt for salty, red chilli for spice, neem flower for bitter, Raw Mango for sour and Turmeric for Astringent.

Like Ugadhi Pachadi, this Raw Mango Pachadi (Mangai Pachadi) is a traditional food we make on the auspicious day of Tamil New Year’s Day. Along with this yummy Pachadi, we have a tradition to make Paruppu Vadai, Vepampoo Rasam, Paruppu Payasam. Check out more about Tamil New Year’s Day Recipes.

Video Making of Raw Mango Pachadi | Mangai Pachadi

Raw Mango Pachadi | Mangai Pachadi

Notes:

  1. Color of the Pachadi may change depends on the jaggery type.
  2. If you don’t have jaggery we can use sugar. For festivals and offerings to God, its always preferred to use jaggery instead of sugar
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Steps

1
Done
10 mins

Peel, Chop, Cook Mango

Peel the mango skin and cut it into larger pieces and add some water and turmeric to cook

2
Done
10 mins

Sweeten up Pachadi

When the mango pieces are being cooked, Lets prepare the jaggery syrup in separate pan or bowl. Add the jaggery to a vessel along with a 2 tablespoon of water and bring it to boil and let the jaggery gets completely dissolved in the water. Our mango pieces would have been cooked by now.

3
Done

Now add the jaggery juice to the cooked mangoes using a strainer to remove the dust in the jaggery juice. Also add a pinch of salt and mix well. Bring the pachadi to boil and then remove from flame 

4
Done
5 mins

Tempering Process!

In a separate pan, pour the oil and when the oil is hot add the mustard seeds and when the mustard seeds begins to sputter, add curry leaves and broken chilli and fry for 10 seconds. Add these seasoned ingredients to the pachadi. Then in the same pan fry the neem flower till they turn golden brown and add these to the pachadi

5
Done

Serving Time!

Serve the Delicious Raw Mango Pachadi (Mangai Pachadi) and devour it!

Sowmya Venkatachalam

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Hi, i tried this with ripe mangoes and it was delicious. My husband got a huge quantity of mangoes.I were not knowing what to do with that. Finally found out this and it was great. thanks a lot. Radha

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