(Maavina kayi chitranna)
- Mango- 1 medium sized -tough skinned mango
- Ground nut oil-3 tsp.
- Aesophotida -2 tsp.
- Bengal gram dhal- 2 tsp
- Urad dhal – 1 tsp
- Green + Red chillies - 8 (according to taste)
- Mustard-1 tsp.
- Ground nuts /pea nuts- 3 tsp
- Grated coconut- half cut pieced and grounded
- Fenu greek – 2 tsp
- Turmeric -1 tsp
- Coriander leaves – half bundle
Cook the rice by adding 1tsp oil and 2 cups of water. Once cooked, spread the rice on a plate and allow it to cool.
Grate the mangoes after peeling the skin and keep it aside.
Heat a tava, add oil and fry the groundnuts and remove it to a plate. In the same tava, add chana dhal and urad dhal and fry it. Now add mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, asafetida, curry leaves and red chilies and fry well. Next, add green chilies and turmeric powder. Mix them well. Add the grated mango and fry for 2-3 minutes. Now add the required amount of salt and fry for 2 more minutes. Simmer the stove to low medium flame and add the cooked rice and fried groundnuts and mix them all well.
Turn off the stove, add fresh coriander leaves and transfer to a serving bowl.
Nutritional value of mango:
Mango, also known as the king of fruits, is low in calories, yet high in nutrients like vitamin C. It aids immunity, iron absorption, gives skin its elasticity and prevents sagging and wrinkling, improves digestion, and eye power. It is also rich in vitamin A, B6, and folate. Magnesium, potassium and antioxidant mangiferin present in it supports healthy heart functioning.
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