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Tuesday, 30 October 2018

Home Made Pickled Mangoes.

One particular morning at the recreational park, I took this picture of the sky on the west. This reflection of the sunrise could easily be mistaken for a sunrise.
After breakfast, a friend came over to my house to pass me some green unripe mangoes.
The first thing that came to my mind was pickled mangoes!
A very simple home made pickled mango recipe.
First, I peeled off the skin from the washed mangoes.
I halved the young mangoes, discard the seeds and sliced the mangoes.
I add white sugar to the mango slices. I cut a packet of salted "assam boi" into pieces and added to the mango slices.
Then I packed them into smaller plastic tubs. The texture of the mangoes very crunchy and is not sour. These pickled mangoes make appetizing snacks and they are very addictive too. Talking about the pickled mangoes or looking at this picture makes me salivate.
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The following picture is for joining Tuesday's Treasures & Image-in-ing.
An antique kerosene lamp.


And there will be no night there- no need for lamps or sun-
for the Lord God will be their light; and they shall reign forever and ever.
(Revelation 22:5, The Living Bible-TLB)

42 comments:

  1. I just made some a few days ago. So good!

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  2. Hello Nancy!
    Great capture of the sunrise and the gorgeous colors of the clouds!
    Your recipe sounds lovely and i like the antique old lamp! Enjoy your day!
    Thank you for following me!
    Dimi...

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  3. ...that lantern brings back memories of camping trip as a kid. Thanks Nancy for stopping by, enjoy your week.

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  4. I am just beginning to appreciate pickled anything, but I do love mangoes so wonder what these would taste like.

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    1. Hi Jackie! I know you will love these pickled mangoes.

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  5. Just a reflection? It really does look like the real thing.

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  6. Oh...this is torturing!! My teeth now numb already! lol

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  7. Nice as a snack but wonder if my teeth can take it, i have weak teeth

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  8. I used to eat those pickled mangoes
    when I was a child.

    Ann
    https://roomsofinspiration.blogspot.com/

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  9. This really looks so good! We have the same version here in the Philippines! <3

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  10. Sometimes I see people make pickles from using the mangoes peels.

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    1. Yes, I used to keep the peel but now its too hard for me.

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  11. I don't think I have ever come across pickled mango although I have tried mango chutney. Love the old lamp.

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  12. I would love to try those mangoes. Sounds delightful.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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  13. I have not heard of pickled mangoes. But I bet you could pickle anything successfully!

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    1. Ripe mangoes are sweet and these are appetizing!

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  15. We love mangoes, but have never had unripe one pickled. They sound very good.

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  16. Pickled mangoes is a new one on me I have only ever eaten them ripe. Happy day Diane

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  17. Bet those pickled mangos taste amazing! Wish I could try one. Love the lantern too.

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    1. I am sure he would love this crunchy, sweet sourish pickles.

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