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mango rice recipe, how to make raw mango rice recipe

raw mango rice recipe with step by step photos – spiced and tangy rice made from raw unripe green mangoes.

tempered rice made from raw mangoes are popular in andhra, karnataka and tamil nadu cuisine. this recipe is inspired from the raw mango rice that is made in karnataka cuisine, also known as mavinakayi chitranna. this is how i make this rice with my own variations. i also make the andhra style mamdiyaka pulihora in the mango season.

the tartness of the unripe mangoes, the subtle sweetness of fresh coconut and the heat of the red chilies balance very well in this dish. the tempering of curry leaves, mustard seeds and asafoetida perks up the flavors in the rice.

few more raw unripe mango recipes are aam ka achaaraam ka panna, aam ka murabba, raw mango salad and raw mango chaat recipe.

raw mango rice can be served with some papads or chips. you can also serve it as a side dish with a main course south indian meal.

if you are looking for more rice recipes then do check carrot riceveg biryani, veg pulao, veg fried rice, curd rice and ghee rice recipe.

mango rice recipe details below:

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raw mango rice recipe
prep time
25 mins
cook time
15 mins
total time
40 mins
 
raw mango rice recipe - spiced, tempered and tangy rice made from raw mangoes.
course: main, side
cuisine: Indian, karnataka
servings: 4
author: dassana
ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)
for pressure cooking rice:
  • 1.5 cups regular rice
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon oil
  • 2.5 cups water
for the paste:
  • ½ cup grated coconut
  • 1.5 cups peeled and chopped raw unripe mango Or 250 grams raw mangoes - chopped
  • 3 to 4 dry red chilies (sookhi lal mirch) - broken and deseeded
  • 1 green chili (hari mirch) - chopped
  • 1 teaspoon white sesame seeds (safed til)
  • 2 teaspoon peanuts (moongphali)
  • 1 teaspoon jaggery (gud) optional
other ingredients for raw mango rice:
  • 3 tablespoon peanut oil or sesame oil or any oil
  • 1 or 2 dry red chilies (sookhi lal mirch) - broken and deseeded
  • 1 teaspoon mustard seeds (rai)
  • 1 teaspoon chana dal (optional)
  • 1 teaspoon urad dal (optional)
  • 3 to 4 tablespoon peanuts (moongphali)
  • 1 pinch asafoetida (hing)
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)
  • 1 sprig curry leaves (kadi patta) or 12 to 15 curry leaves
  • salt as required
how to make recipe
cooking rice:
  1. first soak 1.5 cups rice in water for 20 minutes. use any regular rice.
  2. after 20 minutes, pressure cook the rice with 2.5 cups water, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp oil for 2 whistles on high flame. 

  3. you can also cook the rice in a pot. if cooking in a pot, then you may need to add more water.

  4. when the pressure settles down on its own, spread the rice on a plate. 

  5. keep aside and allow the rice to cool at room temperature. when the rice is warm, cover and keep so that the rice grains do not dry out.

  6. when the rice is cooking, rinse, peel and chop 1 large green mango. 250 grams mangoes or 1.5 cups chopped raw mango. proportion is important here, so if you don't know the weight of the mangoes, then use the cup measurement.
making paste for raw mango rice:
  1. in a grinder jar, add the chopped mangoes along with 3 to 4 dry red chilies (broken and deseeded), 1 green chili (chopped), 1 tsp sesame seeds, 2 tsp peanuts, ½ cup grated coconut and 1 tsp powdered or grated jaggery. 

  2. i added jaggery to balance the sourness of the mangoes. if you don't have dry red chilies, then add green chilies. add about 2 to 3 green chilies overall. 

  3. i used byadagi red chilies which are not very hot. if using a hotter variety of red chilies, reduce the amount to 1 or 2.

  4. without adding any water, grind to a semi fine paste. don't make fine paste. keep aside.
making raw mango rice:
  1. in a pan, heat 3 tbsp oil and add 3 to 4 tbsp peanuts.
  2. on a low flame, saute the peanuts till they change color.
  3. then bring them to the side of the pan and add 1 tsp mustard seeds. let the mustard seeds crackle. 

  4. you can also add 1 tsp each of chana dal and urad dal at this step. if adding chana dal or urad dal, allow them to turn golden before you proceed to the next step.

  5. when the mustard seeds crackle add 12 to 15 curry leaves and 1 or 2 dry red chili. stir and saute till the red chilies change color.
  6. then add a pinch of asafoetida, 1/4 tsp turmeric powder. stir well.
  7. now add the ground raw mango-coconut-spices paste.
  8. stir and saute for 3 to 4 minutes. then season with salt.
  9. stir very well again. remove from the stove top and keep aside.
  10. to the cooked rice you can add the raw mango coconut masala. 

  11. you can mix in batches or at once. the rice has to be at room temperature before you start mixing.

  12. now with your hands gently mix the rice with the raw mango coconut masala. i mixed both the cooked rice and the masala in batches in a bowl.
  13. serve raw mango coconut rice with some fried papads or chips. 

  14. you can also serve with some yogurt or a pickle. while serving, you can also garnish with chopped coriander leaves if you want.


lets start step by step mango rice recipe:

1. first soak 1.5 cups rice in water for 20 minutes. use any regular rice. i used this particular organic basmati rice which gave me troubles later. drain the rice after 20 minutes.

2. then pressure cook the rice with 2.5 cups water, ½ tsp salt and ½ tsp oil for 2 whistles on high flame. you can also cook the rice in a pot. if cooking in a pot, then you may need to add more water.

3. when the pressure settles down on its own, spread the rice on a large plate/thali or tray. keep aside and allow the rice to cool completely. cover and keep so that the rice grains do not dry out. the cooked rice grains should be separate. the trouble i had was that this rice was sticky. no matter one soaks the rice grains less or more or cooks them less or more. when the rice grains got cooled down, the stickiness did reduce somewhat. so use rice which is not sticky 🙂

4. when the rice is cooking, rinse, peel and chop 1 large green mango. 250 grams mangoes or 1.5 cups chopped raw mango. proportion is important here, so if you don’t know the weight of the mangoes, then use the cup measurement.

5. in a grinder jar, add the chopped mangoes along with 3 to 4 dry red chilies (broken and deseeded), 1 green chili (chopped), 1 tsp sesame seeds, 2 tsp peanuts, ½ cup grated coconut and 1 tsp powdered or grated jaggery. i added jaggery to balance the sourness of the mangoes. if you don’t have dry red chilies, then add green chilies. add about 2 to 3 green chilies overall. i used byadagi red chilies which are not very hot. if using a hotter variety of red chilies, reduce the amount to 1 or 2.

6. without adding any water, grind to a semi fine paste. don’t make fine paste. keep aside.

7. in a pan, heat 3 tbsp oil and add 3 to 4 tbsp peanuts. i add the peanuts before, so that they cook well and do not have any rawness inside.

8. on a low flame, saute the peanuts till they change color. about 2 to 3 minutes on a low flame.

9. then bring them to the sides of the pan and add 1 tsp mustard seeds in the center. let the mustard seeds crackle. you can also add 1 tsp each of chana dal and urad dal at this step. if adding chana dal or urad dal, allow them to turn golden before you proceed to the next step.

10. when the mustard seeds crackle add 12 to 15 curry leaves and 1 or 2 dry red chili. stir and saute till the red chilies change color.

11. then add a pinch of asafoetida/hing and ¼ tsp turmeric powder. stir well.

12. now add the ground raw mango-coconut-spices paste.

13. stir and saute for 3 to 4 minutes on a low flame.

14. then season with salt.

15. stir very well again. remove the pan from stove top and keep aside.

16. now to the cooked rice you add the sauteed mango coconut paste. you can mix in batches or at once. the rice has to be at room temperature before you start mixing.

17. now with your hands gently mix the rice with the raw mango coconut masala. i mixed both the cooked rice and the masala in batches in a bowl.

serve raw mango rice with some fried papads or chips. you can also serve with some curd/yogurt or a pickle. while serving, you can also garnish with chopped coriander leaves if you want.




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This post was last modified on April 28, 2017, 11:56 am

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