Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style

Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style | How to make Mambazha Pulissery, this utterly delicious an authentic Kerala style ripe Mango Curry is prepared using ripe mangoes, fresh coconut and yogurt and topped with an aromatic tempering. 

This not so powerful curry dish is mildly spiced, sweet and tangy that pairs so well with steamy rice. Basically, this curry can be done in a few tics, the first step is to cook ripe mango pieces with basic spices and water, then simmered in coconut and yogurt gravy and lastly topped with aromatic tempering.

Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style, prepared with ripe mangoes with basic spices and simmered in yogurt and coconut gravy.

So, today I am posting this month's last recipe, sadly this month I have only posted six recipe posts, I had planned many but all this GDPR and many other commitments got in the way. Ah never mind, but I am so thrilled to post a really tasty Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style curry on my blog. I belong to a facebook food group where every other month all the participants have the opportunity to be paired up with fellow food bloggers for a recipe swap.


Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style, prepared with ripe mangoes with basic spices and simmered in yogurt and coconut gravy.

This time I got lovely fellow food blogger Lathiya of lathiskitchen. Her blog is full of delicious recipes including baking treats as well. As there was no restriction on the recipe swap, any of the recipes could be chosen. I was absolutely delighted for the freedom but same time had a restriction as I only can cook one dish, it was a tough decision. While I scrolled down, this amazing and easy to prepare recipe of hers I came across. I was literally drooling at all her recipes but in the end, settling on this Mango Curry, Mambazha Pulissery. It had to be this, as I wanted to highlight a south Indian dish as my friend Lathiya originates from Kerala.

The reason behind choosing this recipe was so clear to me, I have not cooked much of south Indian dishes except Idly, dosa, panniyaram and uttapam but not a south Indian curry, and I love the south Indian tadka,  the aroma of south Indian tadka/vaghar/temepring awakens all your senses and taste buds.  I had to have a taste of it.  While we are exploring the cuisine of the different regions, and while the mango season is in full swing why would I let go of this opportunity prepare one more mango recipe and add it to our great collection of Mango recipes.

Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style, prepared with ripe mangoes with basic spices and simmered in yogurt and coconut gravy.

Mambazha Pulissery undoubtedly is delicious and easy to follow recipe. You should not let it go this summer without trying this lip-smacking Kerala Style Mango Curry!

Notes:-
For a vegan version use vegan yogurt.
You can add a very little amount of Jaggery or brown sugar to add more sweetness to this curry.

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Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style
Mambazha Pulissery Kerala Style is a preparation of ripe mango, coconut, yogurt and spices. It is mildly sweet, spicy and tangy and pairs well with plain hot and steamy rice. 
Ingredients
  • 2 cup ripe mango peeled and  roughly chopped ( Pakki Keri )
  • Salt to taste ( Namak )
  • 1 Tsp. Red Chilli Powder ( Lal Mirch )
  • 1/2 Tsp. Turmeric Powder ( Haldi )
  • 1/2 cup fresh grated coconut ( Kasa hua Nariyal )
  • 2 Tbsp. mild whisked yogurt ( Moru Dahi )
  • 1 Tsp. cumin seeds (Jeera)
  • 2 green chillies ( Hari Mirch )
  • 1 Tbsp. coconut oil ( Nariyal Tel )
  • 1/2 Tsp. Mustard seeds ( Rai )
  • 2-3 Dry Red Chillies ( Sukhi Lal Mirch )
  • 3-4 Fresh curry leaves ( Kari Patta )
Instructions
In a heavy bottom pan place mango, red chilli powder and turmeric powder.
Add 1/2 cup water and let the mango cook on a medium heat.
In a grinder add coconut, cumin seeds and green chillies, add little water and grind into smooth paste.
Add the ground paste and let this mixture cook for another 5-7 minutes.
Now add the whisked yogurt and just cook for few seconds, else the yogurt will curdle.
Switch off the heat.
Add salt.
Prepare tempering ( Vaghar ) by heating oil in a small pan, then add mustard seeds, once they crackle add red chillies and curry leaves.
Pour this temper on the ready mango curry.
Mix well and serve with plain hot steamy rice.
Enjoy!


Details
Prep time: 5 minutesCook time: 15-20Total time: 25 minutesYield: 2 servings






18 comments:

  1. lovely pics dear..super comforting curry,love it with steamed rice !

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  2. Want to gobble it all with hot steaming rice...soulful

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  3. I had a chance to enjoy this lipsmacking ripen mango curry when i was in India and tried my hands with them. However whoever loves mangoes will enjoy thoroughly this Kerala dish.

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  4. This dish really tastes so good. I made it last year too. In fact it is a prize winning recipe in one of the contest.

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  5. Never tasted ripe mango curry. This looks so tempting. Mango coconut yoghurt and spices sounds yummy. I love sweet tangy taste in curry Bookmarking it to try later 😊

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  6. That is a very interesting dish with ripe mango. Looks so delicious and must have tasted amazing with steamed rice.

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  7. I can feel the aroma and taste right from here. Mouthwatering dish, perfect with rice.

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  8. Never made a mango curry ..but your pictures are tempting me to try out one soon..lovely share !

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  9. Similar to the Gujarati style of making keri nu shake but different. Like that its got coconut. Mambazha Puliserry looks very delicious.

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  10. Love mango pulisery, haven't made it in a long time. Your post reminded me to make some soon!! Looks so delicious :)

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  11. What an amazing and delicious curry. Love to have with hot plain rice.

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  12. Such a lovely curry, this is one of my favourite Jagriti. Nice pics.

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  13. Looks amazing and vibrant. Would love to make this one soon, thanks for the share, perfect choice for the summers.

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  14. Beautiful pictures and awesome post. The recipe swap challenge is really an awesome idea.

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  15. Looking delicious curry. This curry will go well with rice and puri.. yummm. Find it easy to cook.

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  16. As usual clicks are wow !!! love these mango flavored dish, looks so tempting :)

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  17. Mambhazha pulisherry is one my dads favorite, he simple will have it any day any time and your recipe is so flavourful.

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