Mango Peanut Chutney

Mango Peanut Chutney

This time of the year in India, the air is filled with the heady aroma of mangoes..Green ones, ripe ones..Each variety ripening in its own time. While ripe mangoes rule the roost, unripe green mangoes have a magic of their own. A simple favorite snack is to have them sliced thin and seasoned with a dash of salt and chilli powder. My mom uses green mangoes while making Sambar, my aunt makes yummy mango curry, my mom-in-law makes mamidikaya pappu, my dearest ammamma makes mango pickle and I make Mango Peanut Chutney. I must thank my friend Sowju for sharing this recipe. From the time I tasted this addictive combination at her place, I have been hooked and what fascinates me most is the simplicity of the ingredients. Mango and groundnuts blend superbly and create a riot on the palate!

Here it is:


Recipe Source: My Friend Sowju


Unripe Green Mango – 3/4 of a big one
GroundNuts / Peanuts – Around 3 fistfuls
Dry Red chillies – 2
Salt – As per taste
Finely diced onions – 3 Tbls

Roast peanuts over low heat till they turn light brown. Let them cool. Dice mango into small pieces. Grind peanuts, mango, dry red chillies and salt in a food processor, adding just a sprinkle of water. Mix the diced onions.

Serve with hot rice.

As spring is reminscent of mangoes, I am sending this off to Meeta’s Monthly mingle. I hope she accepts it.

35 thoughts on “Mango Peanut Chutney

  1. Chandrika, that sounds like a fantastic combo. I have never tried peanuts and mangoes together. i’ll make it this weekend. Looks super good!Btw, my first time on your blog. Love your writings and recipes.


  2. Nice to see a post from you, C! That too soon after the previous one! A treat for us! ๐Ÿ™‚Mango peanut chutney sounds divine. Must taste awesome!


  3. Indeed it is filled with so many varieties of mangoes,and yesterday i got a green mango and made mamidkaya pappu,tastes so good but i guess nothing beats the avakaya,the king or the queen!!! of all the pickles:) isnn’t it.And i have heard of the combination of mango and peanuts first time,i still am left with half of that green mango,will sure try it out tonight and let you know the taste of it.


  4. This is a new recipe to me chandrika…Thanks for sharing..im surly bookmarking it..I miss having mangoes hear..hope atleast we will get them this year…


  5. Cool recipe Chandrika. Never tried this combo before. I use mango only in sambar or fish curry. A dish for me to try. Thanks for sharing.


  6. Chandrika,Chutney looks awesome. I have never tried mango with peanuts. Will surely bookmark and try it out. Loved spinach upma presentation as well.


  7. WOW…..great idea to make chutney with green mango………I try it todayโ€ฆthis is very taste chutney……..Thanks for sharing.:)


  8. Chandrika,Sounds…Yummmy. Should try this recipe. Quite interesting. Why can’t you write something other than recipe? Like you can write something related to cooking, experiences related to cooking, or funny things happening while cooking…blah..blah..blah.. Looking forward for something other than recipe for a change.


  9. Neelu, totally agree with you..Do try out and let me know…Sra, I felt the same when I heard of it..But it tasted yummy…Thanks Asha…Oho..This chutney wouldn’t taste that good with semi ripe ones..


  10. Thanks Sudha…Hope you enjoy mangoes atleast next year…Mango in fish curry? That’s sounds exciting Kribha..I need to try that…Thanks Swapna…You are most welcome, Meeta!


  11. Injipennu, peeling or not peeling the mangoes is your wish..It tastes good either way..Revathi, telugu baaga vundhi…Hubby’s training? My comment on your blog was long pending…:-)


  12. Vini, let me know how it turned out! ๐Ÿ™‚Sharmi, ya you can store it in the fridge…It will stay for a week, maximum. Btw, loved your profile photo ๐Ÿ™‚


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