Raw Mango Jam | Maavinakayi Gulamb | Aam Ka Murabba

A delicious homemade maavinakayi gulamb- raw mango jam, perfect for the mango season
04/09/2019 8:19:16 PM vindhyadesai

The temperatures are soaring and there are mangoes to make your life beautiful. Be it raw mangoes and sweet ripe mangoes, the dishes one can make are innumerable. So this time, FOI is back with raw mango jam or maavinakayi gulamb or aam ka murabba. This is a specialty of North Karnataka and Maharashtra region.
Raw mangoes are grated and simmered in sugar until a jammy consistency is achieved. Generally murabba is not overloaded with flavours, it is kept nice and simple. Simple fragrant spices like cinnamon (dalchini), clove (laung), cardamom (elaichi) are used. Here I have used elaichi. ... “Raw Mango Jam | Maavinakayi Gulamb | Aam Ka Murabba”

Maavinakayi Chitranna | Raw Mango Chitranna | Bhaat Recipes

Flavourful & fresh, marking the arrival of spring and Ugadi special, maavinakayi chitranna
03/17/2018 7:17:01 AM vindhyadesai

Raw mangoes/maavinakayi are best eaten during the ‘season’. Firm, fresh raw mangoes taste best when made into a spicy maavinakayi chutney i.e. mango chutney or this maavinakayi chitranna. It’s heaven in the mouth with the play of all flavours, sourness from the raw mangoes, spiciness from chillies, light bitterness from methi seeds and sweetness from the jaggery.
It’s the best combination there is to mix with some cooked rice. The crunch of the groundnuts makes this super simple maavinakayi chitranna fit to made for a grand festival like Ugadi. It’s that time of the year when you get the first good crop of raw mangoes and they are very juicy and flavourful. Try this maavinakayi chitranna this Ugadi. ... “Maavinakayi Chitranna | Raw Mango Chitranna | Bhaat Recipes”

Maavinakayi Chutney | Raw Mango Chutney

Mouth-watering raw mango chutney North Karnataka style
06/30/2016 10:01:22 PM vindhyadesai

A speciality chutney from North Karnataka. Raw mango chutney or maavinakayi chutney that can be preserved like a pickle for a good few weeks. It is very tasty and is a must-have side dish in most households in North Karnataka in summer. I learnt to make this from my mother, it is her signature chutney. Use raw mangoes which are not very sour so that a lot of jaggery is not required. Make a big jar of this, use it to smear on hot chapathis with ghee, hot steamed rice with chutney and groundnut oil and aralu sandige. This is a mouth-watering chutney, big bold flavours, spicy, tangy and sweet and a little bit of bitter from the methi seeds. The perfect balance! ... “Maavinakayi Chutney | Raw Mango Chutney”