8 mango curry recipes to try at home to get the most out of tropical fruits

Mango curry recipes

The season’s favorite tropical fruit is versatile for a reason! It is cooling, tasty and both sweet and savory. Beat the heat this season with these at-home curry mango recipes.

From shakes, smoothies, mojitos and mocktails to jams and chutneys, this versatile fruit can be used in many recipes. But if you’re too tired of all the sweetness and want a savory kick from mangoes, these mango curries are just what you need. These curries are not as popular as the sweet varieties, but celebrate the addition of mangoes with a twist. We have listed the best mango curries for you to try this summer.

Mango curry recipes to try at home

Sweet and spicy ripe mango curry

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A lip-smacking curry made with a perfect blend of spices and cooked along with ripe mangoes, this mango curry recipe is ideal for a hot summer afternoon. You can combine this with steamed rice, jeera rice or chapati, paratha or even pooris, and it goes perfectly with everything. The curry is simple and made with all your regular kitchen masalas, with the star of the dish – sweet mangoes of course.

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mango kadhic

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Give this highly popular yogurt curry from northern and western India a mango twist this summer. Aside from mustard seeds, coriander powder, yogurt, and gram flour, the addition of mango makes this version of kadhi truly epic. Remember to use medium raw mangoes for this mango curry recipe for maximum flavor and flavor.

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raw mango dali

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You must have had raw mango chutneys and pickles. But have you ever had this raw mango dal with steamed rice on a hot afternoon? A simple dish with simple ingredients, this sweet and sour mango dal doesn’t compromise on flavor. The recipe uses toor dal, but you can also try masoor dal.

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mango rasam

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The hugely popular rasam is the holy grail for most South Indians. But adding raw mangoes to it makes a delicious spicy rasam and makes a great side dish along with hot steamed rice and poriyal. This mango curry recipe has the perfect balance of sweet, spicy and sour flavors and is best served piping hot. You can even use it on its own as a soup or palate cleanser.

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Mango chicken curry

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A delicious chicken curry that goes well with rice and chapati. This mango curry recipe is light and mild so you won’t feel uncomfortable after a meal. In addition to the usual ingredients for a chicken curry and the mango, this recipe also requires coconut cream to balance out all the spiciness and give the dish a subtle flavor.

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Mambazha Pulissery

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This is a Kerala style ripe mango curry that is extremely popular in ‘God’s Own Country’. Made with ripe mangoes, coconut, yogurt and a few mild spices, this spicy, sweet and sour curry is served with steamed rice for a healthy meal. In Kerala, this mango curry recipe is a daily affair during mango season. It’s that light on your palette. Yogurt and fresh coconut are used to make the gravy, giving the whole dish a creamy texture.

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Rajasthani Kairi curry

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This Rajasthani raw mango curry recipe is full of spices and seeds and uses jaggery as a sweetener. The pungency of raw mango combined with the smoky sweetness of jaggery and the richness of a variety of varieties and red peppers will kick your taste buds.

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kacche aam ka mahi

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A spicy, southern raw mango fish curry that is perfect for your dinner parties. With coconut-like goodness, the sour punch of raw mango, and the rich flavor of fish, this mango curry recipe will become your summer favorite in no time.

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