Raw Mango Raita


Raw Mango Raita

Raw mango  can be used to make a lot of varieties like dal,pickles,chutneys,juices,rice.This is the first time i tried this raita and it was very yummy….  


[Recipe source: Internet with little modifications]


  1. Raw Mango -1(medium)
  2. Fresh curd/Plain yoghurt  – 300gm
  3. Green chillies – 3
  4. Salt to taste
  5. Oil – 2tsp
  6. Chopped coriander leaves – 2tsp

For tempering/Seasoning:

  1. Urad dal – 1/4tsp
  2. Mustard seeds – 1/4tsp
  3. Whole red chillies -2


  • Peel and grate the raw mango.Sprinkle  1/4tsp salt over it and leave it for a few minutes.
  • After a while, squeeze the water from the grated mango.
  • Add salt and grated mango to the yoghurt or curds(it shd be thick consistency not watery).
  • Heat oil in a pan add the seasoning ingredients  and green chillies, after the mustard starts to splutter,remove from stove and add this to the above curd mixture.
  • Garnish with coriander leaves in the end.
  • This raita can be served as  a dip or fried rice.

5 responses to this post.

  1. Looks great Madhoo.Tangy and salty raita.YUM!!:)


  2. Hi madhuri
    never tried this one.Can we use this for pulao ?Looks good and sounds tasty!!


  3. hey madhoo, i tried your mushroom and capsicum fry, it came out great!! Thanks!🙂 keep writing keep writing.. also, if you can put a nice eggplant recipe it would be awesome..


  4. Posted by madhoori on March 23, 2007 at 9:05 am

    Hi asha,swapna and neha
    Thanks a lot.

    Hi swapna,
    Yes this sure shd go well with pulao too. Even i made this the first time .Give it a try u might love it too.

    Hi neha,
    Good to know that the capsicum curry came out great. Btw rdg eggplant u might try some of my recipes i posted under brinjal varieties .


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