One of the simplest yet lip-smacking chutneys, Pacha Manga Chammanthi is a no-cook dish made by coarsely grinding raw mango and coconut with spices.
I was clueless when it came to the letter R for this A to Z Challenge. Having done Kerala Style Rasam last year, all I could think of was Rava Upma but then, my heart wan't in it. Dad, Mom and I were pulling our hairs apart and finally when I looked at the mango tree in our courtyard in full bloom, I had the Eureka moment. Nope. Not exaggerating one bit!
Chutney is usually served as a side-dish with Dosa and Idli and as a dip with evening snacks like Bajjis. But then there are these no-gravy, dry chutneys that are served with rice gruel/kanji and rice.
Kerala Pacha Manga Chammanthi is prepared with unripe mangoes. They are slightly tangy and sour and a wee bit spicy. Traditionally, it is prepared with the help of a stone hand grinder but we can always grind them using the blender/mixer-grinder.
How to make Raw Mango ChutneyPrint
Mango season is here! Make sure that you prepare this easy yet delectable dish!
That's all for now!
Have you had Raw Mango Chutney? Will you try it this mango season? Let me know.
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My theme for the A to Z Challenge this year is '26 Kerala Dishes that have my heart', where I would share a multitude of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from the Spice Capital of the World- Kerala!
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