Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Mango Shrikarani

I usually go for spicy side dishes with either rice and rotis or atleast sweet and spicy. But last year while on a vacation,I was surprised to see puris being served with thick mango juice and since I had heard of puri halwa combo in the Northern parts of India,I was thinking it was just a variation. But recently I read about Mango Shrikarani at Prathibha's space. 

Shrikarani or Shrikarni is a Karnataka style sweet side dish served with rotis. It like a chunky milk shake with mango pulp is mixed with chopped mango pieces and milk. Its easier to make and here is my version tried from Prathibha.

Ingredients:
Mango: 1 peeled and chopped
Milk: around 1/4 cup
Sugar: as per taste
Cardamom:1-2 pods crushed OR 1/4-1/2 tsp powdered

Preparation:
Clean and peel the mango and finely chop it. Mash half of the chopped mango pieces in a bowl.

In a serving bowl,mix in sugar and milk till sugar dissolves. Add in cardamom and give it a final mix so as to get spiced milk.

Fold in the mashed and chopped mango into this sweetened cardamom milk.

Chill till serving time.
Serve with rotis or puris.


I am no lover of mangoes,but inspite of this I relished this with rotis (just as I had done with puris). A cooling side dish in this hot summer.But yes,you can also enjoy it as itself just as a dessert.

This delightful side graces T&T:The Chef & Her Kitchen at SaviRuchi,an event by Lakshmi.


8 Comments:

Priya said...

Omg, feel like grabbing that whole bowl rite now, simply irresistible..

Arundhuti said...

perfect! loved it...

Authenticoriyafood said...

Totally yummy.....love anything with mangoes!!

Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

Very new recipe dear, would love to try it out :)

Chitra said...

wow, this must be an yummy dessert :)

Swathi said...

Looks awesome delicious.

Prathibha said...

I m eating this almost daily...if the mangoes r sour this is d rescue for me..swetha...more than the rotis it tastes best with hot flaky oiled chapathis...the combo is irresistable..:)

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Never knew this could make an awesome combo with chapathis... gonna try soon..

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