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Thursday, April 14, 2011

        I don’t like ginger at all, except Mango ginger/Maa inji. I tasted them only once and was amazed by its taste. No smell of ginger at all,not even 1%. It was tasting like mango,only that its crunchiness,texture was like ginger! I never got a chance to make this maa inji uruguai before. Last weekend got this pack of mango ginger in Mustafa and without second thought bought it. My hubby asked to make pickle out of it,so called my mom to get the recipe. It was very very simple.

MANGO GINGER PICKLE

 

Ingredients:

Mango ginger/maa inji Chopped,1 cup
Lemon 1
Green chillies 5-6
Salt 1 – 1/4 tsp(adjust as per taste)

MANGO GINGER

To Temper

Sesame oil/nallennai 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Asafoetida(optional) 1/4 tsp


A-MANGO GINGER PICKLE
Method:
  1. Peel the skin of the ginger using a peeler,wash it and pat dry.
    peeled and washed
  2. Chop it according to your wish,my mom slices into circles,easier way…but I chopped them finely…so its your choice.
    Chopped
  3. Take this in a bowl and squeeze the lemon and add salt and chopped green chillies. Mix well.
    Add lemon juice and green chilli, salt
  4. Season with the items given under ‘To temper’ table,mix well and store in an airtight container in the fridge. Use after a day or two.
    Season
Enjoy with curd rice…!
மா இஞ்ஜி ஊருகாய்
Notes:

  • The pickle tend to leave water after we add salt.
  • You can add fresh green pepper instead of green chillies like here.Since green pepper will be very hot(spicy)add more lemon juice and salt accordingly.
  • You can add finely chopped capsicum also in this same recipe.Also try adding all the veggies like carrot,cabbage,cucumber to make vegetable pickle.

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63 comments:

  1. Hey Raks..this is a very simple recipe!I am not very fond of ginger too!

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  2. Raks, where did you get this in Singapore???

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  3. Looks yum and so simple ...wish to have some ..Wish you n family Happy New Year

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  4. Looks super tongue tickling....perfect with curd rice. This recipe sounds easy....

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  5. yummy and tempting :)

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  7. Beautiful clicks....Manga inji looks yummy

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  8. Love this pickle very much,love 2 eat it wid curd rice..happy new year dear

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  9. very neatly chopped ginger pickle . Fabulous pictures

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  10. Oh my god, that looks super tounge tickling pickle indeed..great recipe..would love to try this out sometime soon..thanks for sharing!

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  11. hey raks,
    love mango ginger, we make only chutney out of it. I love pickle of any sort :) this one seems neat and easy! Thanks dear
    happy Tamil newyear to u and ur loved ones!!

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  13. I too make the same way and its my hubby's fav. WE have to be careful last when I brought in Little India it had turmeric mix too.
    Looks hot and nice clicks

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  14. Looks so mouth watering... I Love the flavor of raw mango and ginger... Delish...

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  15. toung tickling pickle.very inviting

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  16. Simple yet loved by everyone.

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  17. Looks very tasty, and is easy too....good one!

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  18. This is our veryyyyyyyyyyy fav one Raji.. I am getting here very rarely though still missing this very very much. Love it a lot and i am drooling.

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  19. Tamizh Puthaandu Vazhthukkal for everyone Raji.

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  20. இனிய தமிழ் புத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துகள் !

    We make this is in a similar way and I just posted on my blog. I love them with curd rice.

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  21. Tongue tickling n drool worthy pickle- great flavors!
    US Masala

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  22. Simple and delicious pickle.Well presented.

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  23. The way you cut it makes it appear as mango cubes and my mouth is watering. BTW, how longer this stays fresh?
    We prepare it in a different way to store it for longer.

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  24. looks delicious..mouth watering..

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  25. Looks delicious Raks ..

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  26. Amazing pickle, i can for see how yummy this would be...

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  27. Happy Tamil new year....I too like mango Ginger I just make very small slices and mix with curd rice..my mom makes thokku out of it..

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  28. ummm will try this sometime,..;-)
    wish ya happy new year

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  29. ஊறுகாய் நல்லா இருக்கு ராஜி!
    இனிய தமிழ்ப்புத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துக்கள்!

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  30. A very happy new year to you raks! its been a while, I know, but i was sick past these three months.I loved the pickle recipe.

    I was just looking at some of the ulundu vadai recipes and found a picture of yours in another website. I do not know if it is authorized by you. Anywayz,I thought I will let you know.

    http://www.inhouserecipes.com/Recipes.aspx?RecId=568

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  31. இனிய தமிழ்ப்புத்தாண்டு வாழ்த்துக்கள்!
    Favorite pickle...tempting picture n easy recipe :)

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  32. ohhhh I love the mango ginger!!! These look fabulous!! Very well shot :)

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  33. A super simple pickle recipe! My mom makes something like this with lemons. Beautiful photos. I love both ginger & mango ginger!

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  34. We make this the same way too and I am litrally adicted to it :) Used to eat it until its over :) yummmmmm :)

    Lovely clicks. They are tempting me too much :)

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  35. Tongue tickling indeed!!! And this is so easy to make too!! Mouthwatering clicks ;)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  36. Tempting pickle dear..mouthwatering.

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  37. Tempting pickle....my mom used to make chutney with this ginger...it tasted just like mango...

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  38. I am drooling. The picture are absolutely mouthwatering!

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  39. Tongue tickling pickle, yumm!!

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  40. wow, that sure looks tongue tickling, love the color and combo :)

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  41. beautiful looking pickle!....never can resist it!...very good recipe!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  42. ரொம்ப சூபப்ராக இருக்கு ராஜி...எனக்கு ரொம்பவும் பிடித்தது...

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  43. Tamil new year wishes raji .Pickle is too good and i love to eat it with curd rice .My taste bud feels ticklish :)

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  44. Really tempting pickle... My mom prepare this almost the same way. Sure will buy this week and try it.

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  45. I thought you lived in the US Raji - Where did you get Manga Inji from - the oorgai is too tempting!!!!!!!! iniya puthaandu vazhtikal :)

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  46. My mom used to make it the other way like mango pickle.this looks absolute yum.happy new year to u .

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  47. wowww... snap is too tempting and i loved the presentation :) happy Vishu :)

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  48. I love maa inji and i have blogged another version long back! Ur quick version is quiet delicous!
    Happy New Year to u and ur family!

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  49. Mouthwatering pickle, looks very tempting and nice presentation!

    www.apetitetreats.com

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  50. Tongue tickiling pickle Raks.. Goes good with curd rice..As u said, yeah, no smell in this ginger root, absolutely flavourful pickle..

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  51. Maa Inji looks awesome delicious.

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  52. instant and yummy and simple pickle.loved it

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  53. I am a ginger lover and maa inji is no exception naturally. The oorugai is simple yet delicious. I miss all of these varieties, this one, the young ginger they sell in Malaysia and such!

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  54. Beautiful clicks....Manga inji looks yummy

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  55. Hi there!!
    Read comments from u in a number of blogs and finally thought of dropping in :-) Manga inji looks nice!!!

    http://www.cinnamonnchillies.com/

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  56. So tongue tickling pickle..love it.

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  57. Its taste and flavours very good..i remember every summer my granny get this alot and scrap and do typical like mango thokku pickle...its taste so good...

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  58. hi Raks, I love Manga Inji, I always mix it with my Lime pickle, never made on its own, looks beautiful, My family won't like it on its own, but definitely I am going make it for myself looks gorgeous

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  59. Love manga inji, but missing it here. Looks so simple and delicious.

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  60. looks simple and delicious dear....
    awesome clicks as usual :)

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  61. i adore the flavour of maa-inji - i think it's a winning combination. Our favorite pickle is the ruchi brand mango ginger pickle.. I don't find maa-inji here or I could've tried your version.

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  62. I love mangoes- raw or ripe. I love pickles. Need I say more? Oh yeah, that last picture makes me yearn for some raw mangoes to go make this simple yet tounge-tickling recipe. Bookmarked!

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