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Mar 16, 2007

Quick Mango Masala




This is yet another No Onion Recipe. Its a little sour, very tasty, and a quick masala for chapathis or Dosas. Its a very simple dish yet delicious. Here's the recipe.

Ingredients:

2 Cups Diced Mixed Vegetables

Vegetables used in this recipe are,

1 Raw Mango

2 Carrots

Green Beans

Other Ingrediets are,

Oil for seasoning

Mustard Seeds - 1 teaspoon

Urud Dal - 2 teaspoons

2 Green Chillis slit vertically

Asafoetida Powder

Turmeric Powder

Curry Leaves

Besan Flour ( Used as a thickening agent and to give a consistency for the masala )

Salt

Method:

Heat oil in a kadai and add Mustard Seeds, when it sputters, add urud dal, when it turns golden, add the Green Chillis and the Curry Leaves.

Add the Diced Mixed Vegetables. Pour 2 cups of water and allow it to boil.

When its boiling, add Salt, Asafoetida powder and Turmeric Powder.

Cook till vegetables are tender.

Take half cup Water and Whisk in the Besan flour. Add this to the Masala. Keep stirring. In a minute you will notice the masala thickening. Turn off heat when the desired consistency is reached. Garnish with Cilantro and Serve hot with Chapathis or Dosas.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mango masala, I am going to try it ASAP. A different taste, and a different kind of blend of vegetables. Especially NO ONIONS.

Asha said...

Gorgeous colors!:)) Looks great,I don't get Mangoes but enjoy your dish:)

Mandira said...

This looks so colorful and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing.

Menu Today said...

Hi Mythreyee,
Colourful dish and suitable for any pooja days!!! Thanks for sharing.

USHA said...

Hi Mythi,

Masala looks awesome.and i personally like to thank you for suggesting Indusladies.com...site,which was very useful and informative too...Thanks pa.

Nature and Me said...

Mythreyee - All your recipes that are under the no onion. no garlic category suit my taste perfectly well.

Sia's corner said...

toooooooooooo good... mango masala..i got to try this soon:)

Mythreyee said...

Anonymous: Sure do try. you will love it. Yes, its a rare veggie combo that too no onion or garlic. Thanks.

Asha: You can still try the same with the vegetables that is usually steam cooked, like potatoes, carrots, beans and peas etc and finally add a little lemon juice for a kick. Thanks.

Mandira: Thanks.

Menu Today: Yes, it is. Thanks.

Usha: Your welcome. And thanks.

Nature and Me: Thanks a lot. I am really happy that the recipes under No ONION are liked my many.

Sia: Thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

I made this recipe today,i loved it.very simple method and really good.thank u very much to post this.