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Mango curry ' AAM KI SABJI'

Amazed !!! Believe me this mango curry is so tasty that your kids will love it's sweet and tangy taste . This curry will tickle your taste buds too .

Ingredients :

Sweet and sour semi ripe mango pulp - 2 cups
Salt per taste
Red chili powder ....1/2 tsp
Coriander powder....1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder.......1/2 tsp
**Dry mango powder ...1/4 tsp
Cumin seeds.......1/2 tsp
Sugar........... 1 tsp
Desi ghee/ clarify butter......1Tbsp

Method ;

Heat ghee in a skillet . Add cumin seed stir for a while then add turmeric powder, chili powder and coriander powder stir and add mango pulp in it . Mix well add salt and sugar in it if you feel mangoes are too sweet then adjust sweetness accordingly and add dry mango powder add 1/2 a glass of water in it cook for another 3-4 min . Your sweet and tangy mango curry is ready to enjoy . Serve with roti / poori ( Indian bread)

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