Day 1 - Blogging Marathon - Mangai Sadham

Hello Blogging World ...
I have started running in the marathon, so that I post regularly. There are lot of food photos that are in my archive.
Being a part of this marathon will motivate me to post often unlike before.

I kick start this marathon with a yummy and tangy Mangai Sadham. In Chennai, we experience summer almost throughout the year. During peak summer time, mangoes are seen in abundant. That is the time when summer hols would have started and every household will be making pickles of all kinds and along with vadams. This is to get maximum benefit of the heat that will be scorching us. Mangoes always bring back sweet memories of school and college. Th0se are days when we used to get 4 pieces of mango with a little chilli and salt powder sprinkled on it for Re.1. Now we need to give Rs 10 for the same stuff in Ranganathan street.

Coming to the recipe of the day. Yes Mangai Sadham. The moment I think about it, I can feel the tanginess of the rice.

Here is what you will need to make this yummy dish

  • 1 cup of rice - washed and steamed
  • 1 Green Mango - scrapped
  • 2 tsp of Red Chilli Powder
  • 1 tsp of Coriander Powder
  • Salt to taste.
  • Oil, mustard, fenugreek seeds for tempering
  • Cilantro for garnish

How do you make this Mangai Sadham. Here you go -

  1. Boil the rice seperately and let it cool
  2. In a heavy bottom wok , heat oil and add the tempering ingrediants
  3. Add the scrapped mango to it and saute for 3 mins
  4. Add the redchilli and coriander powder along with salt to the sauted green mango
  5. Adjust salt as per taste. Remember that you need to add salt for the rice that you will be mixing with this.
  6. When the raw smell of redchilli and coriander powder vanishes, take the wok off the stove and let it cool for a minute
  7. To this add the cooled rice and mix well.
  8. Check for salt and add accordingly
  9. Garnish with cilantro and serve with raitha and potato chips.

I am actually waiting for peak summer when this dish will be more frequent than now.I get lovely aroma from my fellow runner's kitchen. Shall we peek in.. come on let us

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Unknown said...

hi welcome to blogging marathon...mangai sadham looks delicious...thanks for sharing...one more thing, can u change my name as savitha and not savithri...thank u

Harini said...

Good one..I add coconut and green chillies instead..

MySpicyKitchen said...

Love mango rice!


Meena Thennaapan said...

Mangoes definitely bring sweet memories.

Priya Suresh said...

Tongue tickling rice, yumm!

Champa said...

My Mangai sadam is completely different from yours. Looks good.

Santosh Bangar said...

tangy and tasty rice
1st time here do visit my site

Srivalli said...

All ahead of the season!..good to have you join us Kamalika

Unknown said...

love this..looks yumm..

Saraswathi Ganeshan said...

Welcome to blogging marathon.. I love this tangy rice anytime & it looks so delicious

Jayashree said...

I love the tangy taste of mangoes and this rice seems to be something that'll bring that taste to the forefront.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Mangai sadam is my fav rice variety. Looks so yummy..

Padmajha said...

Hi Kamalika,your description about raw mangoes n chilli powder is making me drool.Managai sandham is one of my favorite.Looks very tempting :)

Pavani said...

Mango rice looks delicious.

Priya Srinivasan - I Camp in My Kitchen said...

Very Tempting, Inviting REcipe!!!!

Unknown said...

ummm my favorite mouth watering..

Suma Gandlur said...

Love mango rice. Unfortunately I really never find good sour ones at my place.

Mina Joshi said...

What a lovely Mango rice dish!

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