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Maavadu/Baby Mango Pickle


This is my favorite pickle but never tried on my own.Last month when i saw this cute baby mangoes in tekka market I got so tempted over this and bought some.I called my sil and asked her the recipe as she is an expert in making pickles.

Here I am sharing this with you.




During our school day's this use to my hubby's ususal lunch box and I grab his lunch box only for this maavadu and enjoy to core...well confuse?  We both studied together :D  ...I'm so glad I tried this on my own and it came perfect. 


Ingredients:


20-25 Baby Mangoes
6-7 Dry Red Chillies
1/2 tsp Mustard Seeds
1 tsp Castor Oil
1 tsp Turmeric Powder
A pinch Hing
1 and 1/2 tbsp Salt




Method:


  • Wash the Mangoes well in tap water. 
  • Leave little stalks in mangoes and discard the remaining.
  • Wipe the Mangoes on a clean cloth/towel.
  • Keep the mangoes in a large bowl.Drop Castor oil in it, using your hand mix well.
  • Grind the Dry Red chillies and Mustard seeds in mixie into course paste with little water.
  • Add grounded paste, turmeric powder, salt, hing with mangoes and mix well.
  • Transfer it in a jar and once a day shake the bottle well so that the top part mangoes goes down and the bottom ones comes up.  Initially it will looks dry but after 3-5 days mangoes will start ozzing water.

After a week Fragrant Mangoes Pickle is ready.




Try this Pickle with Simple Curd Rice n enjoy.




Have a Nice Day!

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  1. really mouthwareing pickle...east to make...superbb...

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  2. Prema..thatz really mouthwatering..especially the last click...!!
    How I wish i was ur neighbor!!!

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  3. Yummm! tasty looking maavadu...My hubby;s favorite...First time to your blog...Yummy collection of recipes...Love to follow you..

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  4. love this a lot....
    tangy tickling pickle :)

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  5. Aha! I just want to dash into the screen and grab all the tempting baby mangoes and have a quick bite.

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  6. Classic and delicious recipe.. looks awesome :)

    Indian Cuisine

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  7. Woww... Mavadu looks aweseome... Along with the curdrice, it is very very tempting... this recipe sounds quite easy too...But, sad that I cant get baby mangoes here... :-(

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  8. i used to make this when i was in india. since my hubby is not a great fan of pickles i am not doing this nowa days.
    You made it so yum and mouthwatering prema.Love the clicks esp i like the curd rice with maavadu

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  9. i loved that pic with the thayir sadam..im drooling

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  10. that pic of the thayir sadam was mind blowing..im drooling

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  11. Mouthwatering here...tempting!!

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  12. this indeed is a divine recipe and the pic looks so natural...dont feel like its a photo...

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  13. OMG thats really making me drool like anything.. hey r u getting this in singapore.. i am seriously tempted. Reserve for me I am coming there prema :)

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  14. Wow u got this in tekka.. great :) sorry first i did not read it seeeing the post just came and typed the comment:)

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  15. My neighbor aunty used to make this..when I was lil..we used to get this from her.

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  16. Thanks Pavi...Sure will reserve for u dear:)
    Waiting for u...

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  17. those mangoes look super yummy...drooling over ur pickle...

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  18. Love these classic & traditional pickles!! We call them maavina midi here in our hometown..Been my fav for as long as I can remember :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  19. Mouthwatering pickle,lovely pictures dear,looks delicious

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  20. Drooling over ur pics...mango pickle is a weekness for me and this is such a tempting one...

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  21. Truly mouth watering pickle, love that box with Thayir sadam and Maavadu inside.

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  22. mouthwatering .... and yummy ...simply superb ...
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  23. The pickle is soo tempting Prema!....I never had whole baby mangoes in pickle before...should try it..we do get them here in summer!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  24. I don't know where to find these. looking for it:) Curd rice and this pickle is the best combi! my cheeks are hurting:)

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  25. Pls send me the curd rice tiffin box ...yummm

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  26. I missing those maavadu. You made perfect one. sure they taste great with thayir sadam.

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  27. Mouth tingling pickle and love that combination...

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  28. The pickle look awesome.I don't know if I can wait 3 to 4 days for this to get ready .Wish I had been your neighbor.Any way I am going to try this soon as I don't see any chance of me moving next to your place soon :).

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  29. yummy and tempting :) lunch box looks perfect :)

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  30. Perfect wid curd rice....Pickle luks YummmmY

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  31. Maavadu looks very tempting!

    www.appetitetreats.com

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  32. Am drooling here .. very cute presentation with the dabba ;-) maavadu is so delicious. I was talking to my abt about getting some maavadu pickle from India. May be you can send me some ;-) yummm...

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  33. Droolzzzzz ... Yummmmmm

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  34. You have a nice blog.Please accept an award from my space.
    http://nimmuguru.blogspot.com/2011/04/first-award.html

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  35. Looks super delicious. Please pass me some

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  36. Looks super delicious. Simply loved the pic with the tiffin box with the maavadu in the center.

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  37. Looks delish and nice pics dear...will you believe if I tell u I never had this :)

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  38. You are tempting me a lot. I like mango pickles a lot !!!

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  39. OMGGGGG....I m speechless actually....u done it perfect traditional way..great job dear.. have gained confidence now to give it a go..!
    Thank you..
    Tasty Appetite

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  40. mouthwatering Prema... wish i could have that,.. just read Pavi's comment.. tell her to throw a piece and eat.. otherwise she will get stomach upset.. :) really tempting :)

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  41. வாவ்...ரொம்ப ரொம்ப சூப்பராக இருக்கு ப்ரேமா..

    கலக்கலான ஊறுகாய்...அப்படியே சாப்பிடுவேனே..

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  42. ohhh this is torture, why can't i get in to the screen, oh drool!

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  43. wow very tempting !! excellent clicks !!

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  44. Pickle and story behind the pickle both are nice! ;)

    I want that lunch box with the maavadu!:)

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  45. Love this a lot. Looks mouthwatering.

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  46. Wish I too get a chance to buy this prema,love it a lot,never tried my self,now craving for that tiffin box with pickle and curd rice :)

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  47. YUM! YUM! YUM!
    Maavadu on thair saadam reminds me of my school days!

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  48. very well explained.will soon make some when I get the mangoes.. a big boat is sailing in my mouth now.

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  49. can i use anyy other oil????????????????????????????????

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  50. The recipe and the pictures are good. Nice touch "Thair sadam box with the pickle in it". Thank you

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  51. Hi Prema, enjoyed reading this recipe. Good pictures and recipe. I like the nice of "Thair sadam in the box with the pickle on it". Thank you.

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  52. The recipe and the pictures are good. Nice touch "Thair sadam box with the pickle in it". Thank you

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