Monday, May 14, 2012

Guest post for CWK Series: Instant Raw Mango Pickle

In this life full of hustle n bustle, hurries and worries, sometimes you come across pearls that shine and leave their radiating reflection in your eyes never to be forgotten. One fine day when I was playing with my daughter, rhyming with her on the tunes of 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star', and I received a buzz from this young, talented girl on my chat. I only knew her as a blogger by then and that day I saw the other side of her, the brilliant girl who's going for her C.A., all destined and aimed towards her goals, and still the passion for cooking reigning her mind. I was bewildered to know that she learnt cooking at the age of 9; gosh, I didn't know how to make tea at that age!! She is a girl full of life, vivacious and charming, talented and determined, and I wish she stays like that forever. We all love you, Kavi, and your blog 'Edible Entertainment' rocks!!

This girl has been hosting a number of events, and now with this new event of hers, called 'Cooking With Kin', she's inviting her fellow blogger and non-blogger friends to guest post on her blog; what an honour!! I'm literally delighted to be a part of that team and I feel great in writing this post for her. 
This recipe is a favorite in my family because it's very simple, very quick and goes well with just anything and everything. I always used to see my mom and grand-mom making pickles/ achaar during summers and saving them for the whole year, but I never did that. For me, life has always been a run from here to there, flipping countries like pages and going on and on. With this fast pace of life, this recipe is what I cherish as a gift. This one is very close to my heart and hence I feel elated in posting this for someone who's also a sweetheart. 
Please click here for the recipe and do check her fabulous blog for those utter tempting recipes. :)
Linking this recipe to my ongoing event: Cooking Made Easy With Mango


  1. Yumm, super tempting instant pickle.

  2. pickle looks awesome. Now I am going to kavita's place to get the recipe. have a nice day!

  3. This is really very delicious. In Maharashtrian cuisine also we prepare a similar side dish called 'Takku'.

  4. Fingerlicking good!!!
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  5. I read your post at Kavi's, adding onions is so different..

  6. wow..looks tangy n spicy!!Congrats on your guest post..I was in a confusion if raw mangoes were allowed in your event or not,now its clear..will send my entry soon!!

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  7. Nice post Anjali and such a lip smacking recipe!

  8. Just the mention of raw mango can get me salivating..this looks so very delicious! Wow!

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  10. Tangy!!!! And nice clicks dear!!

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