Mango thogayal is a tasty accompaniment for rice or idli dosa. When mangoes are in season, do try it for it's flavour and lovely colour.
This is also a recipe my MIL recommended me to try after she had tried it, watching a cookery show.
She has adapted the recipe to suit her taste and it came out excellent and then she shared the recipe.
When I heard this one, it was more like a Kerala recipe, with slight differences.
And I tried this the immediate next day after she told. And we both liked this. Had it with idlies and loved it a lot.
The mango flavour was really good in this thogayal. Since now its mango season, you all can try this for a change at your home.
The recipe used garlic, but my MIL tried it with ginger and found it good. I tried with garlic and it was a winning combination too.
- Divide the mango into two and take out the seed and hard part. wash well and chop into small cubes roughly. Grind with all the other ingredients in the first table with very little water.
- The ground mixture should be little coarse in texture and not smooth. Transfer to serving bowl and temper with the items given under ‘To temper’ table.
Serve as accompaniment for rice or even you can mix with rice and eat. You can also eat this with idli, plain dosa and kal dosa. Taste excellent!
Mango thogayal recipe
- ½ cup Grated coconut
- ¼ cup Chopped mango kili mooku/ ottu manga
- 5 Green chilli
- 3 Garlic small variety
- ½ cup Coriander leaves
- ⅛ teaspoon Asafoetida
- 1 teaspoon Oil
- ½ teaspoon Mustard
- 1 Red chilli
- 1 sprig Curry leaves
- Divide the mango into two and take out the seed and hard part.
- wash well and chop into small cubes roughly.
- Grind with all the other ingredients in the first table with very little water.
- The ground mixture should be little coarse in texture and not smooth.
- Transfer to serving bowl and temper with the items given under ‘To temper’ table.
- Instead of coriander, you can use mint leaves.
Nice one..looks yumm..
Looks awesome Raji. Clicks are too good
great capture 🙂 i mixed with my rice 🙂 yummy !
looks yummy.. I also like it
mm, lip-smacking, tangy thogayal!!! chance-e illai, naaku oorarathu!! 🙂
Nvr heard about it... Will give a try
Love this chutney..pics look superb
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It's new for me.i will try soon
The chutney looks very nice and it goes nice with hot steamed rice.
Quick question for you Raji: the mango is an unripe mango, correct? From the picture it looks unripe. Thank you! Robin - Boulder Colorado - USA
have tried this mango n coconut combo and loved it..ur pics make me drool...stunning clicks as always!
yummy and tempting chutney .........
Pictures aresuper, yummy thogaiyal, new to me
Delicious thogayal...fabulous clicks...
A good recipe in between the season of mangos .
Super nice pics! Thogayal looks yum too
very nice pics!! will try it very soon..
My husband will like this very much. will try very soon.....
it came out very well.. thanks for the recipe
Is the skin of the mango removed?
You can do both, with or without skin, I have tried both, with skin, more flavorful and volume.