Cut mango pickle
Cut mango pickle and Avakai pickle look similar in preparation, but proportion of ingredients are different. Roasted methi seeds are powdered and added to cut mango pickle, while mustard seeds are highlight in Avakai pickle. As the name suggests ava refers to mustard while kaya refers to mango. Similarly, cut mango is intact to its skin while avakaya is intact with its kernel.
The challenge in both the pickles is cutting mangoes with kernel intact. Traditional homes in Andhra Pradesh have a traditional mango cutter in their kitchen. Kerala version of cut mango pickle is an inevitable part of Sadhya platter, during Onam and Vishu.
Kochhalu Uppinakai as cut mango pickle is called in Karnataka, has cumin in its recipe. In this case, mango is intact with its skin. The shelf life of cut mango pickles is one year.
Buy cut mango pickles online at Opportunity Infinity, which has almost two decades experience in making South Indian sweet, snacks, seer bakshanam, podis, pickles, food paste, ready to eat mix, filter coffee and vadams.
Opportunity Infinity offers cut mango pickles in 250 grams, 500 grams and one kilogram quantities in a price range between rupees 125 and 500.