Mambazham morekuzhumbu recipe|mango in yogurt gravy — Mango recipes

    I got this recipe from my grandmom during my recent visit to India.She wanted to make it one day when we were there, but our trip was so short that we could not taste. But I do have vague memories of having this mango morkuzhumbu during my childhood days. This is supposed to me a delicacy of Tirunelveli, I guess. Mango gives a nice taste and flavour to the morkuzhumbu.Any variety of mango can be used and its really okay even if the mango is bit sour.Try it during this summer and enjoy this mango delicacy!!

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Mambazham morekuzhumbu recipe|mango in yogurt gravy -- Mango recipes Yum
Course main course

Cuisine
south indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course main course
Cuisine south indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine the grated coconut, cumin seeds,green chillies,tuvar dal in a blender and grind it to a smooth paste.
  2. Cook the mango in a pressure cooker till two whistles. Allow it to cool. It will be easy to peel the skin and squeeze out the entire juice properly into a bowl. Keep the pulp aside till use.
  3. Take the curd in a bowl. Beat well with a whisk.Add the ground paste. Mix well together. Add a glass of water and dilute it a bit.
  4. Place this bowl over low heat and allow it to boil a little(maybe for 4-5 minutes. Dont over boil otherwise it will curdle.
  5. Now add the mango pulp to this and mix well. Switch off the flame.
  6. Heat the oil in a pan. Add mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, hing,curry leaves and dried red chillies. when it crackles, pour it on the gravy. Mix.
Recipe Notes

Serve with rice and some kind of parappu usli which is the best side dish for this.

Usli recipes--

Vaizaipoo usli

Beans usli

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8 Comments

  1. Sangeetha Nambi

    Wow ! That’s a super dooper flavored recipe…

     
  2. Yum it looks …being very long had this ..looks super fab

     
  3. notyet100

    This one looks scrumptious 🙂

     
  4. Yummy 🙂

     
  5. Swasthi Blank

    An exotic Dish. Thanks for sharing this soumya. very unique one.

     
  6. Looking yummy and delicious! Tempting clicks too:)

     
  7. Jayashree

    Lovely recipe. I have a slightly different version of this – the Kerala mambazha pulisseri posted on my blog.

     

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