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Bengali AAM(Mango) CHUTNEY – perfect for summers!


Our Bengali mother knows numerous authentic Bengali recipes like the back of her hand. She can whip them up in the kitchen anytime, without referring to any recipe or instructions. One such recipe of hers that we love, especially during summers, is the Aamer (Mango) Chutney. It is perfect for consumption after a meal during the summer time as it cools the body while providing a tangy taste. Did we mention that it is simple to make too? It takes a little bit of patience to get the consistency of the mangoes right and then, the dish is a cakewalk.
Everyone in our family loves this Chutney, we consume bowls of it post a meal and don’t get bored of it in the least! Hence, a video of this on Rasoisaga, as well as a written blog, was coming! So, here is the recipe step by step:

Ingredients :
Raw Mango – 1
Mustard Oil- 2 tbsp
Dried Red Chillies – 2
Black Mustard Seeds – 1/2tbsp
Yellow Mustad Seeds- 1/2 tbsp
Salt as per taste
Water – 1/2 Cup
Liquid Jaggery- 1 Cup
Saunf Powder – 1/2 tbsp

1. Cut the entire raw mango in fine slices.

Aamer Chatney
2. Heat mustard oil in a pan/kadhai and drop the chillies, both the mustard seeds.

mango Chutney recipe
3. Once they start sparkling, add salt to it and mix everything.
4. Add all of the mango slices to the kadhai, mix well and cover it with a lid. Let this cook for 10-12 minutes until the mango softens.
5. Once done, add the liquid jaggery and mix. Let this boil or cook for 5-7 minutes.

Aam chutney recipe
6. Now, add the saunf powder and cover the kadhai.
7. Mix everything and serve hot or cool it in a fridge and then consume.

The sweet, tangy, slightly spicy flavour of this Chutney is what makes it unique and loved by many. We are sure you would want to try this too! So, why don’t you?


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