Thursday, July 21, 2011

Raw Mango Rice / Maanga Sadam Recipe

I am taking a off tomorrow so my weekend starts from tomorrow itself :) Its a great relief actually as I've planned few pending works to be completed this weekend and now having 3 days in hand I've to utilise it.This time not much on the cooking front for sharmis passions so my drafts should speak for few more weeks :) When I saw this recipe from a tamil magazine I instantly wanted to try, as it looked flavourful and tempting. And it didnt disappoint me at all, yummy tangy rice ready.
Raw Mango Rice / Maangai Satham Recipe


Raw Mango Rice / Maanga Sadam Recipe:

Serves 2

Ingredients:
  • Cooked Rice - 1.5 cups
To be ground to a paste:
  • Raw mango (skin peeled and grated) - 1 cup
  • Coconut - 4 tbsp
  • Red Chillies - 2
To temper:
  • Vegetable oil - 2 tbsp
  • Channa dal - 1 tsp
  • Urad dal - 1 tsp
  • Peanuts - 1 tbsp
  • Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • Dry red chillies, broken - 1
  • Hing(Perungayam) - a generous pinch
  • Turmeric powder - a pinch (optional)

Raw Mango Rice / Maanga Sadam Recipe
Method:
  1. First grind the ingredients under 'to grind' without adding water to a slightly coarse paste. Keep aside
  2. Now heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds let it crackle. Now add channa dal , urad dal and turmeric powder, perungayam. When the dals turns slightly browned, now add dry red chillies and peanuts. Roast until the peanuts turn slightly browned.
  3. Now add the ground paste and saute until the moisture leaves. Add salt and keep sauting until it collects to thick pulp when oil oozes out slighlty with a shine in the texture it may take 5-7 mins. This is the correct stage. Switch off.
  4. Take cooked rice and add this paste to it and mix well until it is coated well. Check and add salt only if required. Serve with chips or papad.
Raw Mango Rice RecipeMy Notes:
  • Do not add water while grinding as raw mango will leave water by itself.
  • Grinding it to a smooth or a coarse paste is upto ur choice.
  • Add little water while adding the thooku to the tempered paste to make it a little runny in consistency if you feel difficult to mix it with rice
Raw Mango Rice Recipe
This is sure a easy variety rice which is quick fix for lunch. Potato chips or papad is a nice combination for manga sadam. There are lot of ways this manga sadam can be done but recently I found this recipe suiting to our family taste so this is going to be my keeper :)

Have a nice happening weekend and see you all on Monday.....!


Maanga Sadam Recipe

46 comments:

  1. Yummy.. love raw mangoes in every form possible.

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  2. Surely the raw mango rice will be tasty.My mom also use to prepare in the mango season.Nice pics too.

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  3. i have it in one cookbook I have...grinding mango and coconut..we loved it...tangy n yummy rice...

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  4. Tangy and flavorful rice..looks so delicious.

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  5. We too make it exactly the same way. Nice pictures.

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  6. Looks very delicious.. Sanjeev Kapoor's recipe also involves grinding of masala similar to this.

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  7. Wow you are tempting me!
    lovely clicks..

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  8. I love raw mango rice too :) tangy and yummy. We make it pretty much the same way except the coconut. Will try adding next time. But if you skip the coconut, you can preserve the thokku for a week and use too I guess :)

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  9. I can have mango rice anytime of the day!! Yours looks so yummy!! Great photography as well :)

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  10. I love this ground paste. I have some raw mango at home, so I might give this a try :)

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  11. Just reading the ingridients makes my mouth water.

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  12. a quick fix for lunch as you said..looks delicious...lovely clicks

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  13. They look awesome, should be a great entry to Quick and easy recipes event in my blog. Can you step ahead to make an entry.
    EVent-Quick & Easy Recipes-FBN
    Event-Healthy Snacks-GFR

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  14. Lovely rice! I know how yummy this one tastes. :)

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  15. nice clicks! and it seems like it would taste heavenly!

    Richa @ http://hobbyandmore.blogspot.com/

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  16. Absolutely love this tangy yummy rice ~ something I can have on regular basis :)
    US Masala

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  17. Ahhh such a tangy and delish one pot meal !!

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  18. looks fabulous! Lovely presentation :)

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  19. the thokku itself looks very lick-able :)

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  20. I love this...we make the same wat at home...looks delicious..:) N'joy ur weekend

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  21. lovely and yummy...nice clicks as always dear..

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  22. delicious looking mango rice looks wonderful

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  23. Looks so good and tempting ...lovely clicks as always

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  24. Tasted this mango rice at my mil's place...Thanks for sharing the recipe.Loved your ramekins:)

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  25. Yummy and tasty rice dear..Ennakku konjam!!:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  26. I love raw mango rice too :) tangy and yummy

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  27. Loved those ramekins and that mango rice looks delicious in them!

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  28. deliicous mango rice and love the addition of coconut in that

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  29. I have never tried rice prepared this way...it looks so lovely.

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  30. Reminds me of home. Thanks for sharing. This is Munir over here at Focus.

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  31. wow, such a wonderful rice, looks great..

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  32. Enjoy your long weekend Sharmi. I understand how it feels to get this break while working. Isn't it good.
    Love the grinding part, looks so yumm.

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  33. I love mango rice. THis looks perfect.

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  34. Who doesn't like a bit of tang? Not me! I've always wanted to try thing tangy rice and now you are tempting me with your beautiful clicks and styling!

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  35. Who doesn't like a bit of tang? Not me! I've always wanted to try thing tangy rice and now you are tempting me with your beautiful clicks and styling!

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  36. Mouth started watering as soon as I read the title! The rice looks delightful, Sharmilee.

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  37. @Nithi : Sure nithi will try to skip coconut and try when I want to store the thokku for future use, sure a good idea...:) Will try n let u knw! :)

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  38. nice and tangy rice,good photos.

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  39. nice click.. looks lovely and the rice texture is awesome..!!

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  40. Thank you for leaving your lovely comment on my blog, this recipe looks so up my street and totalllyyyy scrumptious, a perfect side dish in its own right. You have a wonderful blog indeed! :)

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  41. This is tempting. I never thought of a raw mango in a rice galore. I'm gonna try it.

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