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Beat the HEAT with a MANGOViews: 711
Apr 27, 2005 3:56 pmBeat the HEAT with a MANGO#

H@r!$h Vittal
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The mango is the apple (or peach) of the tropics, and one of the most commonly eaten fruits in tropical countries around the world.

Origin: The mango is native to southern Asia, especially Burma and eastern India. It spread early on to Malaya, eastern Asia and eastern Africa

In India, it is the King of fruits and has even found mention in the Kamasutra.

In Chennai, it is truly abundant. Go on and enjoy this summer with the sweetness of a Mango.

Tell us your favourite way to partake the fruit other than the fruit itself on this thread

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Apr 27, 2005 5:49 pmre: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

Kanchana Ravichandran
Hi All,
Harish thanks for giving me an opportunity to air my culninary skills. Well here goes - we all simply love "Mambara Morekozhambu". Can be done in 5 minutes straight and tastes so exotic. Just beat the curds, add salt, turmeric powder (a pinch), and peel ripe managoes, the more rotten it is, the taste is good - just cut off the rotten portions and mix it with the beaten curds. Grind coconut, green chillies, dry chillies and add the paste. Simmer in low flame and season it and viola ur delicacy is ready to be consumed. Can be taken with rice, savai, dosas, a delicious treat. My hubby treats me as royalty when I make this dish - ;-D and its the easiest...ha ha ha. So don't tell him that.
kanchana

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Apr 27, 2005 8:34 pmre: re: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

Lavanya Karalkar

Kanchana..really great.but one thing I did not understand. Why this receipe particularly to harish..I would rather give this receipe to Gokul who is already engaged and he can surprise his wifey some days na?

Gokul please note down and if you are really interested we can open a new thread on ' receipes for the waiting to be wed' group..

LK(g)

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Apr 28, 2005 1:16 amre: re: re: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

SOEB FATEHI
Good one LK(g) - tell him -

Go cool!
Go Man go!

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Apr 28, 2005 1:06 pmre: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

H@r!$h Vittal

Gokul! Where are u??
You are in popular demand to start a new thread for the would-be wedlocks'. (wonder, why its called Lock ?)

Well, my personal favourite of the mango is a dessert -
Cubed Mango pieces (frozen in the freezer fro about 30 minutes) and Serve will Dollops of Vanilla Icecream...Yumm!!

My favs in mango types are -
- Bynganapalli (or Banganapalli)
- Malgova
- sakara kutti



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Apr 28, 2005 3:00 pmre: re: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

Don't give up at halftime. Concentrate on winning the second half
iam very much here.. cutting manga(o)s for the pickles she likes.. LK(g)..the thread is on..

i dont understand why harish says only iam on demand.. he started this post after his girl said she likes malgova.. ( i saw those mango flavoured choclates too!!!)

my favorite though is mango kolambu made by my grandma..with fried potatoes..ymmm

Bynganapalli (or Banganapalli) is good too.. with curd rice.. reminded of school days..and ofcourse the thick mango milkshake my sister used to make for me..

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Apr 28, 2005 4:52 pmre: re: re: Beat the HEAT with a MANGO#

Kanchana Ravichandran
Hi All in general and LK(G) in particular ;-D,
Mentioned it addressed directly to Harish, cause he succeeded in making me write a recipe. Its been ages since I did just that - can't even remember when the last time was. LK - lets start the new thread so the likes of Gokuls can benefit immensely and also inspire me to try out some exotic dishes and give u all the recipes. Have been starving my family for many months now. Take care all
kanchana

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