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Maamidikaya (Unripe Green Mango)

Mamidi Kaya (Raw mango)
Maamidikaya (Unripe Green Mango) ~ For this week’s Indian Kitchen.

Maamidi kaya cut into small cubes and the seed inside
(Cut Green Mango and on the side is seed of the mango)


Mango Dal
Mango Rice

Posted by Indira©Copyrighted in Indian Ingredients,Mamidikaya (Green Mango) (Sunday March 26, 2006 at 9:32 am- permalink)
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  1. Indira, i’ve noticed that you changed the settings and now links to other food blogs open up seperately. It was very frustrating earlier and i was too lazy to bookmark my favorites. Thanks! 🙂

    Indira replies:
    Frustrating, I know. 🙂 that’s why I added extra code to each link again, yesterday. I’m glad I did that.:)
    Atfirst, I didn’t want to change the links position from the sidebar, but the list is getting long… and my webpage is looking so cluttered. That’s why I moved them to separate pages.

    Comment by Sandhya — March 26, 2006 @ 10:52 am

  2. Indira:

    Where did you get the raw mango? I so badly want one for Ugadi :)…

    Indira replies:
    We went to Pittsburgh for some festival day – Indian grocery shopping. Bought the mango there.

    Comment by Luv2cook — March 26, 2006 @ 12:21 pm

  3. Hi Indira,

    Your site is real excellent. I am a regular visitor of your site. Being in US it is almost that I forgot all the the Indian festivals. It’s after seeing the mango picture and the Rangoli on the right side that made me remember Ugadi festival….Hey BTW, if you get some time, here is my blosite – Have a look at it….

    Mrs Marthi.

    Indira replies:
    Thanks Mrs Marthi.

    Comment by Mrs Marthi — March 26, 2006 @ 1:15 pm

  4. Hi Indira,
    I tried your Couscous Upma over the weekend. It was good. I had always thought that it should be possible to make it, but never had the courage to until I came across your post on it. Your post as well as the fact that Kay has tried it out were enough to convince me that it sould work. And it did. Thanks for the post. Btw, I also tried your Banana Walnut Cake some days back and left a message at its post. Did you check it?

    Indira replies:
    So glad you had success with my recipes, Vaishali.
    I did read your cake comment, but because of large number of comments recently, I’m not able to reply each one like I used to do before.
    Thanks for letting me know, I really appreciate it.

    Comment by Vaishali — March 27, 2006 @ 7:19 am

  5. Hi Indira! I can never find your e-mail address 🙂 Could you please e-mail me? I would like to ask you something important.

    Comment by melissa_cookingdiva — March 27, 2006 @ 9:55 am

  6. so Indira garu, getting ready for Vyaya nama Ugadi!!! waiting for a festive delight from you


    Comment by Sri — March 27, 2006 @ 10:20 am

  7. I go crazy when I see raw mangoes at the indian stores here. They are so over-priced. I absolutely love mango rice. I need to try your Mango Dal. I have had this at a restaurant here (Pasand – very Andhra style food).

    Comment by Krithika Ramachandran — March 28, 2006 @ 10:44 am

  8. Hi Indira
    Your site is great.. I made the maamidikaya pappu dish.. after reading your post. Still in the pressure cooker. Hopefully its good. But I did not put the mukkals inside the cooker – I just parboiled it. So that it would be crunchy. Great fotos. Keep coming girl 🙂

    Comment by Revathi — March 29, 2006 @ 12:39 am

  9. Hi,
    Your website is awesome!!This is my first visit to ur website.I want to share few of my recipes with you.But I am unable to get where to post those receipes.

    A big applause to the creative head who designed the pattern of website.Its helping me a lot.
    Have a great day!!

    Comment by komala — April 20, 2006 @ 2:54 pm

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