Aam ka Murabba / Raw Mango Chunda - India


According to Wikipedia - Murabba as savory jam or pickle prepared with raw mangoes, sugar and spices. It can be even compared to marmalade or jelly.  Use of grated mango or sliced mango and the type of spices used may vary region to region.

Raw mango is known as Mangai in Tamil and as Aam in Hindi and Aamba in Marathi.


For the marathon this week the theme is Condiment from Countries, wherein we have to choose condiments, sauces, spreads or seasonings - its week 3 - day 17.

Condiment - Pickle
Country - India 


Ingredients


4 Cups  Grated Raw Mango - packed
4 Cups Sugar  - I used unrefined sugar
1 Teaspoon Red chilli powder
1/2 Teaspoon Cardamom powder
1/4 Teaspoon Salt 


Method
Wash, peel and grate raw mangoes.


Heat a thick bottom pan or non-stick pan; add grated mango, sugar and keep cooking in moderate heat by stirring in between.

When the mixture is reduced to half by volume, add the spices and keep cooking till the mixture thickens to a jam like consistency and all the moisture from the sugar and mangoes evaporates.


After cooling it fully, store in sterilized glass bottle. Store it in the fridge since I have not used any preservative


Labels :  Mango, Murabba, Jams & Sauces, Indian, Blogging Marathon



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sneha datar
sneha datar

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

12 comments:

  1. I love murrabas.Brought back so many memories.Lovely post.

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  2. That's a lovely relish, tastes awesome, we make it with the heat of the sun, where it takes a good while to be done.

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  3. Would love to spread this murabba on toast.

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  4. I love this chunda...good one..

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  5. Interesting recipe.Never made raw mango this way..Will try

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  6. chundo is in my todo list for a long time.. lovely dish

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  7. Slurp, lipsmacking chunda, wish i get a bottle from u.

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  8. My mom used to make it by putting it out in the sun. Tastes amazing.

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  9. Wow, what a delicious sweet-spicy & tangy condiment. Looks amazing.

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  10. Is it more like on the sweeter side?

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  11. between chunda or murabba...this looks very nice

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  12. great with fried foods I am sure

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