Sweet and sour raw mango chutney (केरी की लोंजी )

in Foodies Bee Hive2 months ago

This recipe is one of the must-haves in the summer season. India is the largest producer of mangoes and there are 100s of varieties of mango available across the country. We always eagerly wait for the mango season every year.

Despite mango are eaten in raw form there are 100's of mango recipes popular in India. Raw mango is also used in several ways.

This sweet and sour raw mango chutney known as Keri ki Launji is one of the most popular recipes of raw mango.

Not only it is easy to make but also very delicious and can be eaten with any meal.

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  • Raw mango 1/2 kg (3-4 medium-sized)
  • Jaggery 150gm (1/4-12 cup according to the sourness of mango)
  • Spices like cumin seeds, mustard seeds, fennel seeds, turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder, asafoetida, salt
  • Green chilli 1-2 nos
  • Vegetable oil 1 tbsp (here I recommend mustard oil)
  • Dry fruits (I used only raisins but cashew, dates also can be used)


  • Wash mango thoroughly as we are using without peeling them.
  • Cut into small pieces or as you like, do not cut too small.


  • Cook mango in a pressure cooker or in the pan with a little water
  • Heat oil in a kadhai and add spices.
  • Add cooked mango and jaggery, then raisins.
  • Mix all well and cook for a couple of minutes.
  • Check the taste, if it is sour more jaggery can be added.

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Sweet and sour multi-purpose raw mango chutney or Keri ki Launji is ready to eat
It is a multi-purpose chutney that can be eaten with roti, parantha, poori or with any meal. Can last for a week in the fridge.


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An interesting recipe, because I lke to eat sour mango with spicy sauce

It is a very delicious and very common dish in the mango season in India.
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An interesting recipe, because I lke to eat sour mango with spicy sauce

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I make this aam ki launji every year in the summers. It's tasty and works as a very nice condiment.

I can eat it every day with a meal in the summer. Thanks for visiting!

Very tempting chef, love it. I'm used to sour chutneys from raw mango, so this is a nice change. I really like the preparation and the inclusion of raisins. I'm sure this is tasty and a nice partner for any meal. Thanks for sharing.

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Glad you liked it. Thanks!

My mouth is watering, I like mango and with this combination of spices it is even better, the acid of the raw mango must give it an interesting touch of flavor.

Yes, it is an amazing combination of raw mango and various spices.
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The missing in INDIA was the Philippine Mango. They called it GOLDEN MANGO because of its incredible sweetness that other countries don't have. And this mango was the expensive mango in the world. LOL

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