Kairi ka koocha!

Kairi ka koocha is made of raw mangoes. It’s a ready to eat chutney. Raw mango is most common and favourite in India during summers. You can made lot of things with raw mangoes like kairi ki launji, panna, achaar etc. Let’s proceed to the recipe.

KAIRI KI LAUNJI: https://yellowbowlrecipes.com/2019/05/25/kairi-ki-chutney-launji/
PANNA: https://yellowbowlrecipes.com/2019/06/07/kairi-panna/

PREPARATION TIME:15 MINUTES
CUISINE: INDIAN
COURSE: CHUTNEY

INGREDIENTS

Raw mangoes: 2 medium
Mustard oil: 3 teaspoons
Fennel flower seeds (kalonji): 1/2 teaspoon
Carom seeds (ajwain): 1 teaspoon
Red chilli powder: 1/2 teaspoon
Salt: according to your taste

METHOD

  • Wash raw mangoes with water and peel them. With the help of a grater, grate them.
  • Now add mustard oil, fennel flower seeds, carom seeds, red chilli powder, and salt. Mix them well.
  • After mixing, keep it in a glass jar, and put it under sunlight for 3 hours. You can enjoy it immediately. But sunlight helps to improve the taste.
  • Kairi ka koocha is ready.
  • Now you can have it with paratha or roti.

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