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Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

 

 

Gluten free and dairy free Aam ki Launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney | Raw mango chutney is an instant Rajasthani style chutney.

It’s a sweet and sour relish/pickle made by cooking raw green mango pieces with jaggery or sugar along with basic Indian cooking spices.

The addition of whole spices give it a nice aroma while jaggery and chilli powder gives its hot and sweet character.

This chutney tastes best with dal rice, sabzi-roti or even parathas. It’s a great side dish to Indian meals. Indian thali is incomplete without these kind of pickles.

For me making Kachi kairi ki chutney/raw mango chutney, Aam panna and Aam panna popsicles is a ritual during summer season.

 

Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney | Raw mango chutney, a must try

Though we are not big pickle fans but I love to keep experiment with different types of recipes.

We love homemade Pickled jalapenosZero oil carrot pickleSirke wale pyaz/ vinegar onions, Raw mango Potli wala Pickle and Zero oil turnip Pickle.

Coming back to this aam ki launji, I must admit that I have fallen in love with it all over again. Earlier I used to love it when Mom used to make it but after she left us for heavenly abode, this delicious pickle was almost forgotten.

Once my dear friend Kiran who made it and packed it for me to taste, I was totally bowled over by its freshness and beautiful flavors.

That time I promised myself to make it at home and here I am with easy and delicious recipe to share with you all.

 

Summers and mangoes

Also known as kacche aam ki meethi chutney, this recipe is a must make when raw mangoes are easily available during summer season. You can make and refrigerate for a few days.

Keep enjoying it along with your meals to amp up the flavor quotient of your thali. Here is how to make it.

 

Let’s have a look at the ingredients to make Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

Raw green mangoes 

Choose firm raw green mangoes for best results. These makes the best sweet chutney in texture as well as colour.

Cut it into cubes, slice them big or grate them, your choice completely.

 

Jaggery or sugar

I personally prefer to use jaggery. It can be organic, powdered or whole piece of jaggery grated, you can use either of these.

Spices

 

Ingredients to make chutney

 

Mustard seeds, Nigella seeds, Saunf (fennel seeds), Methi dana/Fenugreek seeds, whole cumin, Pink salt and red chili powder.

 

Vinegar

I would highly recommend to use white vinegar or Apple cider vinegar to increase the shelf life of this pickle. It acts as preservative.

Oil

Preferably vegetable oil

How To Store It?

Khatti meethi aam ki launji is usually made in big batches and stored in big sterilised, clean, glass bottles for months to come. It stays good up to 3 to 4 months in refrigerator.

Please have a look at some of the best chutney recipes you may want to try:

Coconut chutney

Green chutney

Imli ki khatti meethi chutney

 

 

Step by step instructions and pictorial presentation to make Aam ki Launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

 

Clean, wash, peel and cut the raw mangoes in slices or cubes or grate it.

Raw mangoes peeled and sliced

 

Then, heat oil in a heavy bottom pan. Add fenugreek seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, mustard seeds and cumin seeds and fry for few seconds until aromatic.

 

 

Paanch phoran

Add raw mango pieces and saute on high flame for a few minutes.

 

Then add salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and water. Mix and bring it to a boil.

 

Cooking process of Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

Cover and cook until mangoes softens. Add jaggery and mix well until it melts completely.

 

Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

 

In the last, add vinegar and mix, cook for another minute.

Aerial view of Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney

Cool and store it in clean airtight glass jar. Aam ki Meethi Launji is ready to be served.

 

Pro tips

1. Adjust sweetness and spice levels in this chutney according to your taste.

2. Use more jaggery if you like your chutney to be sweet and and add more spice if you like spicy chutneys.

3. You may use sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar or khandsari instead of jaggery.

 

 

Recipe Card 🔽

Aam ki launji | Sweet and spicy mango Chutney | Raw mango chutney

Delicious sweet and spicy chutney made with raw mangoes tastes best with thepla, paratha, dal rice or  sabzi-roti. It's a great side dish to Indian meals. Indian thali is incomplete without these kind of pickles.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time15 mins
Course: Accompaniment
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: aam ki khatti meethi chutney, aam ki launji, raw mango chutney, sweet and spicy raw mango chutney
Servings: 6
Author: Lata Lala

Ingredients

  • 4 raw mangoes around 500 grams
  • 3/4 cup jaggery 200 grams
  • 1 tsp methi/Fenugreek seeds
  • 1 tsp Mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tsp Haldi powder/Turmeric
  • 2 tablespoon Oil
  • 1 tbsp Lal mirchi powder/Red chili powder
  • 1 to 2 teaspoon Vinegar
  • salt to taste
  • 1 cup Water

Instructions

  • Clean, wash, peel and cut the raw mangoes in slices or cubes or grate it.
  • Then, heat oil in a heavy bottom pan. Add fenugreek seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, mustard seeds and cumin seeds and fry for few seconds until aromatic.
  • Add raw mango pieces and saute on high flame for a few minutes.
  • Then add salt, turmeric powder, red chilli powder and water. Mix and bring it to a boil.
  • Cover and cook until mangoes softens. Add jaggery and mix well until it melts completely.
  • In the last, add vinegar and mix, cook for another minute.
  • Cool and store it in clean airtight glass jar. Aam ki Meethi Launji is ready to be served.

Notes

1. Adjust sweetness and spice levels in this chutney according to your taste.
2. Use more jaggery if you like your chutney to be sweet and and add more spice if you like spicy chutneys.
3. You may use sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar or khandsari instead of jaggery.

 

 

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