Maavadu

While in India , we bought these tender mangoes  for making pickles. Maavadu pickle is a great combo for thayir saatham / curd rice. The recipe was  in hand, but alas, there were  no vadumanga remaining  after they were soaked in salt, for the next step.  All got ate up!  Anyway, I just have the photo atleast to share with you!

Maavadu

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7 thoughts on “Maavadu”

  1. Revathi says:

    Hi
    Welcome back. I fell in love iwth your site the minute i read the vadagam post. Started a new indexing initiative and links to a few of your recipes there. Check it out and give us ur feed back.
    http://tamilcuisine.blogspot.com

    Revathi

  2. asha says:

    Beautiful photo LA!! So fresh and green.Lucky girl ,enjoy:))

  3. viji says:

    Welcome back Lakshmiammal. Hope you enjoyed your break. Viji

  4. Mythreyee says:

    Ahaa!! Maavadu. I am from Salem and Salem is famous for Vadu Maanga that grows in the Shevroy hills (Yercaud). I am very fond of this pickle. good picture

  5. lakshmiammal says:

    That is a great idea! Revathi. I do appreciate your great effort.

    Hi Ashaji,
    Thank you, I am thankful to Lord for such a pleasant trip and evergreen memories it has made.

    I did enjoy the trip, Thank u Viji!

    I know Salem is famous for the mangoes, I even remember the nursery tamil rhyme mentioning ‘selathu mampazham’. Do you, Mythreyee?

  6. Eroteme says:

    Dear Lakshmiammal,
    I can’t blame them for be gobbled up prematurely! I hope you do not mind my using the picture of the mangoes for an article on my blog. In case you do not entertain it, do let me know.

  7. chinathambi says:

    I really like Maavadu.

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