Monday, July 14, 2014

Raw Mango Shavige Baat

Shavige or Semiya(Vermicelli) is the main ingredient, which is made using rava or wheat normally. This is nothing but a  noodles in different shapes and sizes. We do prepare many dishes using Semiya. Semiya is called Shavige in Kannda (Langauage in Karnataka).  Shavige uppituu, chitranna, Puliyogre (Savoury tasty dish), Shavige Pulav, coconut chitranna, Shavige Payaasam or Semiya kheer as a sweet dish,  are some dishes to name.

The dish is known as Shavige in Kannda, seviyan in Urdu and Hindi, Shemai in Bengali, Sev in Gujarati, Sevalu in Telugu and Semiya in Tamil and Malayalam.

Here is a recipe of Shavige which is prepared using Raw Mango, it is some thing like Mavinakai chitranna ( Mango Shavige), we can have Mango Shavige Baat for breakfast, lunch, as evening snack and even for dinner. You can pack them for kids lunch box or for a long traveling, picnics or Outings. I am sure every one and all age group will definitely love to have this "Raw Mango Shavige Baat". 
It is easy and quick to prepare. N

Ingredients :

Shavige : 2 Bowls
Raw Mango :1
Green Chilly : 2
Ginger : 1 Tea spoon
Curry leaves : 6 to 8
Coriander leaves : 2 Table spoons
Mustard seeds : 1 Tea spoon
Urid dal : 1 Tea spoon
Jeera : 1/2 Tea spoon
Oil : 2 Table spoons
Ghee : 2 Table spoons.
Coconut : Fresh and grated : 1 Cup
Jaggery :  2 Table spoons.

Salt : To taste
Water : Required water

Method : 

1. Wash and cut green chilly, curry leaves, coriander leaves. Keep it aside.


2. Grate coconut , Mango, ginger and keep it aside. Keep water for boiling.

3. Now keep a pan on the fire and heat. Put oil and mustard seeds, urid dal.

4. When the mustard seeds start to splutter, add curry leaves, green chilly and jeera.
5. Add Semiya and fry them till it is roasted. 


6. Add boiling water and mix it nicely. Add salt, jaggery and grated Mango and ginger.

7. Cook on low flame till it is soft and the water evaporates. Stir in between to avoid get burnt at the bottom.

8.Now put off the gas. Add coconut and cut coriander leaves. Add ghee and mix it well.



 9. Shift the Mango Shavige baat to a serving dish.


 10. Serve with a banana and a cup of curd.

Note:

Do not add too much water as it looses the taste. 1 cup semiya 1 1/2 cup water will be enough. If the mango is too savoury add only half of the mango. Adding jaggery will add to the taste. But do not add too much of it. Adding green chilly will give more spicy tasty.
Adding ghee or oil is optional. Adding onions also optional.
Time : 30 Minutes
Serves : 4 to 5

5 comments:

  1. Love raw mango flavor in any dish....... This looks so delicious!!

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  2. Dear Nalini:

    We were flattered by your tapestry of Karnataka cuisine. May it be ‘Mango Coconut Chutney’ or ‘Shavige’ detailing is all that counts. It’s really hard to resist such relishing Indian recipes.

    This is an exclusive space for your penmanship, where you can publish your unique culinary outputs in the form of brief food blogs; that too you’re the one, who’s going to own this space! We would like to pass it on to others by featuring it on our global platform!

    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/


    Sulekha.US would be glad to present your food blog to the Indian communities living abroad. We would love to connect them through one of the most vital channels i.e. food. It’s all yours and you’re going to own an exclusive food blog with Sulekha to share your recipes along with their back links. We would promote it across our wall and social media.


    Featuring your recipes on our home page would be a perk for our eager Indians, who are waiting for Desi recipes and baked goodies ranging from ‘grand’ to ‘on the go’. Sharing your passion for food might rejuvenate the taste buds and senses of millions of Indians living abroad. We’re awaiting your valuable reply.


    Bon Appetite!


    Thanks & regards

    Hamida, Content Manager, Sulekha US

    HasanulhameedhaS@sulekha.net

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  3. Dear Nalini:

    We were flattered by your tapestry of Karnataka cuisine. May it be ‘Mango Coconut Chutney’ or ‘Shavige’ detailing is all that counts. It’s really hard to resist such relishing Indian recipes.

    This is an exclusive space for your penmanship, where you can publish your unique culinary outputs in the form of brief food blogs; that too you’re the one, who’s going to own this space! We would like to pass it on to others by featuring it on our global platform!

    http://indiapulse.sulekha.com/


    Sulekha.US would be glad to present your food blog to the Indian communities living abroad. We would love to connect them through one of the most vital channels i.e. food. It’s all yours and you’re going to own an exclusive food blog with Sulekha to share your recipes along with their back links. We would promote it across our wall and social media.


    Featuring your recipes on our home page would be a perk for our eager Indians, who are waiting for Desi recipes and baked goodies ranging from ‘grand’ to ‘on the go’. Sharing your passion for food might rejuvenate the taste buds and senses of millions of Indians living abroad. We’re awaiting your valuable reply.


    Bon Appetite!


    Thanks & regards

    Hamida, Content Manager, Sulekha US

    HasanulhameedhaS@sulekha.net

    ReplyDelete

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