Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Guest Samayal - Maanga(Raw Mango) Vadai

Maanga Venuma Maanga.....!!!! this has been the call I have been hearing for quite some time from the vegetable vendor who comes to my locality. Yeah.. its Mango season and why not we do stuff with Mangoes be it raw or fruit. So here I am gonna have few recipes with Mango. And the first one was given out by my Grandma. Paati samayal is here for you..


Par-Boiled rice - 1 cup
Raw Mango pieces - 1 cup

Green chillies - 5

Thoor dhall - 2 tsp

Asafoetida(perungayam) - a pinch

Turmeric powder - a pinch

Salt - as per taste

Curry leaves


Soak rice and thoor dhall in hot water and grind along with all the other ingredients very finely. The batter has to be thick. Season the dough with mustard and curry leaves. Make small balls and press it in a chapathi press and make a hole in the center. For my convenience I used to press it on a wet cloth so that its easy to take it out. Finally fry it in oil and press along a tissue. Manga vadai is ready to eat.

The hot and sour taste makes it yummy. :)

Written by: Mrs. Meera

From 4thsensesamayal: Thank you Mrs.Meera, for taking interest and sending in your recipe to our blog. We are happy to feature it as the guest samayal this week. :) Keep cooking and keep on sending.

People who are interested to feature their recipes in my blog, kindly send in your recipe along with a photo of the dish to fourthsensesamayal@gmail.com.


Pavithra Elangovan said...

hi nithi manga vadai is looking so delish and mouthwatering.. here manga is tasting like cucumber. If i make manga saddam nobody can make out. No flavor at all. So seeing this feel like grabbing the whole plate.

Anuradha said...

Its one of my favorites!!!

tk said...

amazingly inovative...kudos to your paati! :)

kittymatti said...

oh wow! This is such a different and lovely reccipe!!! Great post!

Dhanya said...

Wow dear awesome recipe. Now I started saying Andha manga vadai venum,venum.Looks so yummy.Will try this soon:0.

Parita said...

wow this is very new to me...i have never used raw mangoes in vadai..lovely recipe dear..thanks for sharing..you are doing a great job, thanks for visiting my blog..i like your blog and will visit regularly now :)

Chitra said...

wowowowwow, u r so creative...i saw all ur posts:) mango vadai is so new to me..good post for this season...the title u have given for the post sounds funny and interesting, made me to read...will be a frequent visitor from now:)nice blogging,keep it up!!

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Wow awesome recipe. Looks delicious.

Lavanya said...

new to me..looks diferent...yummy vadai!!

gtyuk said...

maanga venum, inga vendor-a konjam anapunga please...:)
I've never tasted this , I love anything with mambazham, mangai, anything will do:) this recipe is new to me , i'll call it manga murukku, sounds crispy, hot and sour , that must be yummm!

Sathya said...

wow really innovative. Now this gives me ideas like I make Maanga adai with this recipe:) Thanks for sharing.

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