Monday, 9 August 2010

Murrbo (Sweet mango chutney/jam)



Murrbo (Mango chutney)-Sweet and tangy mango chutney (jam) delicately flavoured with cinnamon, cloves and cardamom.

Ingredients:

16 oz raw mangoes
12 oz sugar
6 cloves
4 small cinnamon sticks
6 whole cardamoms slightly crushed to release flavour
1 glass of water
1 tablespoon Lemon juice

Method:

1. Wash, pat ,dry and peel mangoes. Cut into 1/2 inch cubes
2. Boil mango till slightly tender but still retaining its shape, remove from heat and drain water and keep aside mango.
3. In a thick bottomed pan, mix sugar with 1 glass water .
4. Heat it, while mixing at frequent intervals till sugar dissolves completely.
5. Skim off any grey foam, which are impurities from the sugar. Add lemon juice. It will help to avoid crystallization of sugar.
6.To the sugar syrup, add the boiled mangoes, cardamoms, cloves and cinnamon and mix properly.
7. Let it boil for few minutes and then put it on medium heat. Keep stirring at regular intervals till cooked. Approx 7-8 minutes.When the mixture resembles jam like consistency remove from heat.

When cool transfer to sterilised jars. Keep in fridge.
Serve with papodams, tortilla chips or with paratha or puri.




25 comments:

  1. was wondering how to make this....i have eaten in north indian restaurants.My fav.

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  2. oh wow!!! sounds great and looks so yummy!!!

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  3. wow this murrbo luks very tempting...nice recipe, vl try it sun... Hey i hv couple awards for u in my blog, plz chk thm whn u gt tym

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  4. This is new to me..am drooling now :-)

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  5. Very tempting.. I had been thinking of making one.. will fiollow ur recipe this time..

    Cheers

    Jyoti

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  6. Mango chutney looks and sounds gr8..never tried at home

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  7. Delicious looking chutney...looks so good :)

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  8. Awesome chutney looks tangy and delicious... I wanna give a try for sure

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  9. my mom makes tomato jam.sewwt mango jam is new to me.looks very nice.

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  10. Sounds new and tempting...

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  11. That is truly a yummy treat... I have always loved it..... Now I would try it too... with your help of course....

    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  12. Thanks for visiting and following me. You have a great blog too. Hope to always visit each other. Added you in my blog list.

    This jam really looks delicious, shall try it soon.

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  13. its supposed to be made with raw mangoes is it? I always thought ripe mangoes were used in jams...

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  14. @ crd murbo is an indian type of sweet pickle/chutney accompaniment to serve with a meal .Its not really a "traditional" breakfast jam that you have with bread a butter.Hope this explains the difference.

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  15. Yummy and tangy chutney..love to have with spicy parataha

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  16. my dad loves this..will make it for him soemtime soon and when I do, will refer ur blog

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  17. lovely mango chutney, my fav too, will try sometime, thanks

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  18. that looks perfect..book marking it :)

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  19. Looks & sounds great..will give a try..thx for sharing.

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  20. This looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  21. Ah perfect timing i have two mangoes waiting in my refrigerator, this is one thing am gonna try! Thanks!

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  22. I love mango chutney very much. Looks spicy, tasty and tempting.

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  23. This sounds absolutely delicious - great recipe which I really must try.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  24. Mmm yummy! I love jam - so do the kids - so might have a stab at this recipe! Thanks!

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