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Manga (Mango) Chammanthi

Posted by Annita on November 13, 2008

This is a quick dish prepared with sour green mangoes,the more sour the best.I love to have this for dinner along with Kanji(rice gruel) and pappadam.

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This is how I make my Manga Chammanthi…

Ingredients :-

pachamaanga

chammanthi-ingredients

Green mangoes sliced – 1 cup
(If you want you can peel off the skin,but usually it is prepared with the peel on)
Green chillies – 4-5(use it accordingly)
Shallots – 2
Ginger – 1/2 inch piece
Grated coconut- 1 cup
Salt – to taste

Method:-

Grind all the ingredients together in a wet grinder/small jar in the Indian mixer.If your mangoes are not sour enough add 1 tsp vinegar/lime juice while grinding.

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51 Responses to “Manga (Mango) Chammanthi”

  1. Mishmash! said

    my fav combo too…ethu kandittu ee paathi raathri koodi vaayil vellam varunnu!!!

  2. Sanju said

    Reminds me of good old days.

  3. TBC said

    My mom used to make this for me regularly during my recent trip home. I just love it!
    Sometimes the simplest preparations are the best! :D

  4. rose said

    ingane tempt cheyaruthu ketto..mango chammanthi de pics kandodu kanji kudikan thonni.

    hehe..ennittu kanji kudicho?
    Annita

  5. ras said

    http://praveennaira.wordpress.com/2008/07/09/erissery/

    is this your Picture,,,??Guess so..

    Yes..Ras…Thata was mine only..She cut that ‘Annita’s logo and add it to her blog…Anyway I’ve mentioned her about that and she removed it…
    Thank you very much for informing me…
    Annita

  6. veeenajan said

    Hi Annita…
    Chammanthi kndaittu vayil vellam varunnu ..Even i love to make this ..
    love
    veena

    http://curryworld.wordpress.com

  7. Cynthia said

    Um, um, um, I want to taste this!

  8. Bindu said

    when i was in collge one of my friends used to bring just curd rice and mezhukkupuratti with maanga chammanthi. I used to love that. Those memories came back. Thanks Annita. Will def try it.You used the raw mangoe that we get here? In the sates? Pls let me know. Btw, I tried koorkka today, minus coconut, it came out very good. Heavenly..I had it with rice and curd….Thanx Annita. You are the best:-)

    Yes…Bindu…I used the raw mango from Indian stores only…not the frozen ones…
    And i’m happpy to hear that you liked koorkka..
    Annita

  9. veeenajan said

    Hi annita..
    plz collect ur awards frm my blog

    http://curryworld.wordpress.com/2008/11/15/rave-dosa/

    love
    veena

    Thank you,Veena…Thank you very much for passing these awards to me…
    Annita

  10. The moment I finished reading the post, I was drooling! I have never had this dish before; but I am sure it is yummy. Keep posting.

    Yes..it sure is yummy ,Rajalekshmi…
    Annita

  11. Tina said

    Entamme..vayiloode kappal oodikkam…..ithundel pinne vere onnum vendallo chorunnan…..

  12. Tina said

    Iyadaaaaa….ithundel pinne vere onnum vendallo chorunnan…..

    yes Tina…thats right..:))
    Annita

  13. gowri said

    Nice new recipe Anita. We don’t add ginger+shallots.. only garlic. Thanks for sharing.

    Thats another variation…would love to try this next time…thank you gowri..
    Annita

  14. prajusha said

    mango chammanthi loks nice.
    i too posted one without adding coconut.

  15. Looks tangy n too inviting!

  16. sarina alexander said

    I made it with the uzhunnu vada(recepie courtesy to you again :)) yesterday.

    Just perfect :)

    Thank you.

    Did it taste good with vada…haven’t tried that combination yet…
    Annita

  17. Maya said

    This is one of my favourite chammanthi.My mom used to make this when I was in India.Today I made this and it was very tasty.Thank you Anitha.

  18. Cheeky Chilli said

    This looks delicious and I think is completely catered to my husband’s taste. He loves raw mangoes. Will definitely try it.

  19. Sinu Kadakampally said

    Dear Anita
    I was wondering how to gather all recipes that come in Magazines like vanitha..Accidentally i visited your blog and was amazed to see all under one page..
    G rt attempt and best wishes
    Hope to see more yummy dishes from you,
    Regards,
    sinu

  20. Hi Annita,

    How r u today? wow, i like ”manga chammanthi” very much. Thanks a lot, have a wonderful day!

  21. Jumana said

    hi Annita,

    I loved this recipe! Very quick and tasty!
    Thanks a bunch. Keep up the good work with your blog.

    Regds,
    Jumana

  22. smitha said

    Nice recipes.Keep up the good work.

  23. Naaz said

    On an evening when I was tired from work, my mom was not at hoe and my husband was coming home hungry enough to eat an elephant, this recipe proved to be a life saver. Although it was a little too spicy, dear hubby loved it and I had to pull the plate away from him lest he ate it up also. Thanq so much….

  24. Shiba Pillai said

    I tried this recipe today and it was delicious! You are doing an excellent job with your blog.

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