Thursday, March 22, 2012

Happy Ugadi

Happy Ugadi ...........  May this year bring lot of happiness, peace and prosperity to all of us... The name of this year is Nandana.
 The chutney  tastes salt, sweet, sour, bitter and spicy. The significance of this chutney is to accept all the various experiences of our life in the upcoming new year…
As said ... "Life is neither a "tempest" nor a "mid summers night dream" but "full of comedy of errors" that you can name it "As You Like It"
* The colored ones are names of Shakesphere 4 comedies

Ingredients:
Raw mango 1
Bananas 2
Neem flowers 2 to 4 teaspoons
Jaggery  1 cup
Tamarind paste 1 cup
Or Tamarind two lemon sized
Green chillies 3
Sugarcane pieces 1 cup (optional)
Salt 1 teaspoon
 
 
Preparation:
1. Peel the mango and cut into small pieces. Peel the banana and cut into small pieces. Cut green chilli into very small pieces. Grate jagerry , make a paste of tamarind by adding little water.
2. Mix all the ingredients.

20 comments:

Shobha said...

Happy Ugadi..it is also Sindhi New year.
Best wishes for the coming year.
Happy Blogging.

Achu's Amma's Kitchen said...

happy ugadi...new to me ...nice flav chutney

Mahi said...

Happy Ugadi! Nice pachadi..

Uma@Trendy Relish said...

Thanks for the ugadi pachadi recipe. looks yum!

Happy Ugadi to you too!!

Rasi said...

Happy ugadi to you too :)

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Julie said...

Delicious:-)
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Yummy!
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Vandana Dilip said...
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Vandana Dilip said...

Happy ugadi!!!u have a wonderful blog here ..happy to follow u

Anisha Ranjit said...

Happy Ugadi to you too... This is an interesting chutney, raw mango n ripe bananas I guess I'll have to try it to experience it. :)

Preeti Garg said...

happy ugadi to u....and awesome recipe....

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Sushma Mallya said...

Happy Ugadi to you too....perfect recipe for the occasion:)

faseela said...

superb...Happy Ugadi

Anonymous said...

very yummy Happy Ugadi ... wonderful clicks
Swapna

Purabi naha said...

This looks so yummy! I'd love to try this recipe!!!

SouthIndianHome said...

Looks yummy and delicious

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Jay said...

new to me..looks perfect & great

Tasty Appetite

Viki's Kitchen said...

Happy Ugadi dear. Very nice recipe with all the unique tastes in one. Looks divine.

Roshni said...

we also make stuff with all flavours for tamil new year

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