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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

மாங்கா தொக்கு
We are seeing so many mango recipe in blog world now,and me blog too not an exceptionDoh. Here’s my post,this is a long time pending post,because I bought these mangoes 2 weeks back from wet marketWorried,wanted to make mango thokku or mango rice,now ended up with thokku as my H likes thokku than mango rice…. He also like pachadi, I made that when I bought last month,and clicked too to post it here,but was not satisfied with the clicks,so have to click again and post itBig Grin!
             This thokku is what both my mom and MIL makes in a same way. I love this with curd rice and also apt for some parathas. I am not a big fan of mangoes both un ripe and the fruit … Raised Eyebrowits weird but I don’t like yes.

Mango thokku recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Side dish
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 30 mins    Makes: 1 cup

Ingredients


Mango – (Unripe)  2 medium sized 
Red chilli powder  2 & 1/2 - 3 tsp 
Turmeric  1/4 tsp 
Asafoetida  1/8 tsp 
Salt  As needed 
Fenugreek seeds  1/2 tsp 
Jaggery,powdered  1/4- 1/2 tsp 
Sesame oil  1 tblsp 

To temper

Sesame oil 2 tblsp
Mustard 1 tsp
Asafoetida 1/4 tsp

மாங்கா தொக்கு

Method

  1. Peel off the skin  of the mangoes and grate the mangoes using a grater. (You can slice very thin too)
  2. Grated mango
  3. Heat a heavy bottomed pan with oil and temper with mustard and asafoetida. Add the grated mango and fry in medium flame for 4-5 minutes. The mango should get soft and transparent.
  4. add grated mango
  5. Add the red chilli powder,turmeric,salt and add oil and mix well.
  6. Add the powders
  7. Fry for 6-8 minutes in low flame,keep mixing every two minutes.
  8. Mix well
  9. Side by side,roast and powder the fenugreek(vendhayam)seeds.
  10. Add powdered vendhayam and jaggery
  11. Add the jaggery and fenugreek seeds powder(I have this powdered and kept like I said here.)Fry for two more minutes.By this time the oil will ooze out and it will be in a halwa like consistency. Cool down and transfer to a clean airtight container. Refrigerate and use within a month.
  12. Ready

Use clean spoons and keep refrigerated always!

மாங்கா தொக்கு

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56 comments:

  1. Jollu oorudhuppaa. Oru bottle anuppu.

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  2. Looks yummy...love the pics...

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  3. Mouthwatering here..wat a beautiful, catchy and spicy thokku, i can finish a bottle within a week..tempting!

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  4. thokku looks yummy dear...
    love to have with curd rice :-)

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  5. yummy mangoes..i like the way u grated and u made without smashing...nice mango thokku with blend of sour,spice and sweet..yum

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  6. I am really amazed to hear that u don't like mangoes. Mango is equally liked by kids and adults.
    Anyways, u have made the thokku so perfectly. I love the step by step photos that u have taken. Really interesting to see it. Like a small cookery show. tHE FIRST AND THE LAST PICTURE IS MIND BLOWING. yUMM.. I AM DROOLING HERE.

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  7. Hmm..wat to say..amazing clicks as usual.. and this is in my archive..u made me drool and iam gonna have this for curd rice today ;)

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  8. Ooh u dont like MANGOES.
    Thokku is really amazing. we too make it in the same way. Nice presentation with cute pictures.

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  9. Wow must be taste great with parathas mouthwatering....Raks

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  10. Mango pickle looks yum , would be perfect with rice...

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  11. mmm!!! Mouthwatering raks, goes great with thachi mamu :)

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  12. Beautiful snaps !
    Liked the thokku .. think will go best with curd rice .

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  13. Spicy thokku..great clicks..

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  14. nice pictures, raji. i too have posted the same recipe few months back but we call this pachadi :-)

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  15. I could smell Mangaai..its all bcoz of tempting pics!!

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  16. I am not very fond of eating raw mangoes as it is. But I love thokku, pickles & raw mango rice. This is exactly how we make thokku. We sometimes mix this with rice to make chitranna

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  17. what a coincidence..I posted tomato thokku yesterday! hahaha....Even I am like you, not found of mango-fruit or raw. But this thokku looks perfect with curd rice...yummm!

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  18. nice recipe..we used to call it sweet raw mango pickle

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  19. Gorgeous color, good one Raks.

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  20. Dear You can keep these two spoons with you, but pass me the bowl ;-) Surprised to hear that U don't like mangoes ....Looks yummy

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  21. Oh My look at the colour...appadiyae thayir sadham pakkaththula irundhal....my imagination makes me drool.

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  22. Mmmmmmmmmm yummy and mouthwatering thokku.. OMg I love manga as raw itself with chilli powder and salt. This is really making me drool raji. lovely clicks dear.

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  23. Cute spoons n yummy thokku...clicks r lovely

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  24. Pic makes me drool, lovely color.... tempting...

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  25. Looks yummy...love the pics..

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  26. Wow..Looks yummy and spicy. Nice pics too..

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  27. Raji,

    mango thokku looks really yummy.

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  28. I dont like mango either... and now I have a company :-)
    I loved the pics though :-)

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  29. Making me hungry.....excellent with curd rice.Nice click

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  30. I am loving it and surely making, on my bookmark list :)

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  31. மாங்காய் தொக்கு அருமை...

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  32. I love this dish..my mum used to make it..yours looks really colourful and tempting..got to make it...

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  33. We make them the same way but I am not lucky enough to get the sour green mangoes good enough to make thokku. Looks tempting.

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  34. Unripe or ripe, i am big fan of mangoes. I ve unriped one but it is not sour like India. The pict is gorgeous, so the step by step is taken first time? Gorgeous one!

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  35. I cannot stop my mouth from watering. What photos you have posted. The mango thokku looks YUM-O. I cannot type anymore, I need to get something spicy to eat now.

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  36. spicy and tasty thokku..mouth watering..

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  37. full jollu happening! very nice :)

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  38. we are drooling over here.. can you send us one bottle.. very nice post dear...

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  39. u have a lovely blog dear..all interesting recipe....do vist my blog mykitchen-been.blogspot
    will be visting offen......

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  40. Looks yummy and mouthwatering!!

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  41. aree vaa..what a click raks..superb..i add 5 to 6 cloves of garlic too...tempting pic ree..

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  42. What a wonderfully colorful sauce. I love the heat that you've added to the mangoes. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  43. Awesome recipe and love mango in any dish. Love it, love it, love it. Mind-blowing pics.
    I am a great fan of your recipes and food photographs, it will be our pleasure if you could participate in our Sizzling Summer Contest. You could win one of two $50 prizes.

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  44. That has an amazing color!!!

    Soma(www.ecurry.com)

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  45. omg! thats literally mouth-watering stuff.. m so tempted to make this today!

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  46. Just by looking at the pics my mouth is watering! Pls pass a bowl to me too!!

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  47. Raji is it something like achar? looks yummy :)

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  48. Oh my god, you are real genius when it comes to ethnic food n photography. Who cud possibly resist this, count me in:)

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  49. thokku is drool worthy :)

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  50. looks so delicious and yummy. Must give a try.
    www.lmiscakes.blogspot.com

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  51. Hi, I tried your mango thokku recipe and it was delicious! Everyone loved it.I just posted it on my blog. Here is the link to my post

    http://ruwiskitchen.blogspot.com/2013/02/mango-thokku-mango-pickle_21.html

    Thank you for posting the recipe. Love your blog :)

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  52. wonderful effect nice guidance got the thokku done today thanku very much

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