Raw Mango Rice – Maanga Saadham
Raw Mango Rice – Maangai Sadham is an easy and tasty south Indian rice variety that is prepared by cooking grated raw mango with a few spices and then mixing with rice. This mango rice has a tangy taste and can be prepared in a jiffy. This would make a great lunch box recipe for you and your kids.
Raw Mango Rice Recipe – Manga Saadham Recipe
The mango season had started a few months ago and we have been using it to the fullest by preparing mango pickle, mango thokku, mango rice, instant cut mango pickle, mango milkshake and kheer, using raw mango pieces in sundal varieties etc. 😀 Unfortunately, I did not take photos of most of them. 🙁 I would prepare again and try to post all those here soon.
Health Benefits of Raw mangoes:
Raw mangoes are known as “Mangai” in Tamil, “Pacha Manga” in Malayalam, “Kachcha Aam” in Hindi, “Mamidikaya” in Telugu and “Maavinakayi” in Kannada.
- Raw mangoes are rich in vitamins B and C.
- They help in removing the toxins out of the body.
- It would strengthen the immune system.
- Unripe mangoes would prevent dehydration when consumed with salt.
- Raw mango is rich in anti oxidants than the fruit.
Raw mango has got a tangy taste with a nice smell which would increase the flavor of the food when added to them. We have three mango trees in our native and when the mango season is on, all the three meals will have fresh mangoes as desserts. 😀 And, chopped mango pieces would always be added to salads/sundals to make it healthier and tastier. In short, whatever we eat, it would have a flavor of mangoes in it throughout the summer. 😀 If you are a big fan of mangoes and its tangy taste, this mango rice would be a real treat for you. 😀 Over to Simple Raw Mango rice recipe – Manga Saadham recipe from Home Making Delight with step by step photos..
Raw Mango Rice Recipe | Mangai Sadham | Kachcha Aam Rice Recipe | Pacha Manga Rice Recipe | Mamidikaya Rice Recipe | Maavinakayi Rice Recipe
1) Raw Mango (Medium sized) – 1
2) Cooked Rice – 3 cups (Basmati Rice can also be used)
3) Red chillies – 2
4) Green chillies – 3
5) Ginger- an inch piece
6) Channa dhal – 1 tbsp
7) Mustard seeds – 2tsp
8) Urad dhal – 1 tbsp
9) Roasted Peanuts/ Cashews /Almonds – 2 tbsp
10) Turmeric powder – 1 tsp
11) Asafoetida – 1 tsp
12) Gingelly oil (Sesame Oil/Nallennai)- 2 tbsp
13) Any edible oil or gingelly oil – 4 tbsp
14) Salt – as needed
15) lemon juice – 2 tsp (Optional)
16) Curry leaves and Cilantro – to garnish
- Cook rice in your electric cooker/ pressure cooker so that the grains are separate and non-sticky. Add 2 tbsp of gingelly oil to the rice and gently give it a twist using a fork and let it cool down. Shave the raw mango skin and grate it and keep it ready. Discard the seed.
- Heat 4 tsps of gingelly oil/any edible oil in a pan and when it is hot enough, add mustard seeds. When they begin to splutter, add channa dhan, urad dhal, curry leaves and roasted peanuts and saute in a medium flame for a minute. Now add sliced green and red chilles and ginger to it.
- Add the grated mango to it and cook it for 1.5 minutes.
- Add asafoetida and turmeric powder and mix well and cook for a few seconds. Let it cool down.
- Add the cooked mixture and salt with the rice and gently mix them together. Add 2 tsps of lemon juice, if you feel it short of tanginess. Add more gingelly oil, if you want. Do not mash the rice.
- Your tangy tasty Raw Mango rice – Mangai Sadham is ready now. 🙂 Raw mango rice would go well with Roasted baby potatoes and Cheppan Kilangu Fry (Arbi Fry).
- You can use Basmati Rice also to prepare this mango rice.
- Adding more oil would make the dish non-sticky and the grains separate.
- If you feel like the mango rice is not so colorful, you can add a pinch of turmeric powder in hot oil and add it to the rice.
- If you prefer it hot, you can microwave this kachcha aam rice for a minute or heat it in a pan. Our Raw Mango rice would taste good even if it is not heated.
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