Raw Mango Chutney
Raw Mango Chutney
Written by Jayashree
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Raw Mango Chutney is a popular summer accompaniment. It is usually made and stored in the refrigerator for later use. It pairs well with both rice and chapati.

Raw mangoes are sour and mouth watering. One cannot resist eating them. A wide range of dishes can be made with raw mango, but make sure it has a sour taste, to give its  zing.

Today, let us make the tasty raw mango chutney. Different states have different versions of the same chutney. The sad part is there is change in the method of preparation from one region to another. The same chutney is made sweeter by adding more jaggery to it in one part of the state, while in the other, they love it tart.

Raw Mango Chutney

Raw Mango Chutney

Here is my version of Raw Mango  Chutney.


  • 2 cup raw mango pieces, skin has to be removed
  • 1cup fresh coconut.
  • 1/2 tsp of methi seeds
  • 2 tsp chillipowder
  • 1tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp jaggery

For the seasoning:

  • 2tsp oil
  • a pinch of asafoetida
  • 1/4 tsp of turmeric powder
  • a few curry leaves


  1. Roast the methi seeds and keep aside.
  2. Roast the chilli powder with a little oil .
  3. Grind the mango pieces, then add the other ingredients and swirl again. Add seasoning and serve.

Raw Mango Chutney

Raw mango chutney is tasty and tangy and makes a good accompaniment with any meal. It is one of the essentials of summer season.

Course chutney,
Cuisine karnataka, South Indian
Keyword chutney variety, raw mango recipe
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Author Jayashree


  • 2 cups raw mango pieces
  • 1 cup fresh coconut
  • 1/2 teaspoon fenugreek
  • 2 teaspoon chilly powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon jaggery
  • 2 teaspoon oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon mustard
  • 1/4 teaspoon asafoetida
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric powder
  • salt to taste


  1. Wash the mango, pat dry. Peel the skin and cut into small pieces.

  2. Take a little oil and roast the mustard seeds. 

  3. Roast the chilly powder.

  4. Grind mango pieces. Add other ingredients and grind them together.

  5. Take oil in a pan and make the seasoning. Add the mustard seeds, as it splutters, add asafoetida and turmeric. 

  6. Put it over the chutney, mix and use.

Recipe Notes

  • Mango should be tart.
  • If you like it sweet, add more jaggery. Different versions of the same chutney are made.

A few other recipes with raw mango are : Raw mago rice, Raw mango salad, Instant mango pickle.

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  1. Archana

    Looking at this yum raw mangoes chutney my mouth watering. Thinking of steaming hot rice, ghee and this chutney! Slurp!!!
    Jayashree I am hungry now!

  2. marigoldhemlata.com

    What a coincidence, I also made raw mango chutney yesterday, with coconut and the taste was yum.
    Chutney looks so good

  3. Preethicuisine

    Raw mango chutney looks delicious. I liked the idea of adding jaggery. Would love to try your version sometime. I love all recipes with mango.

  4. mayurisjikoni

    That is a tempting and mouthwatering chutney recipe. With lots of coconut and chilli powder, I’m sure it tastes so flavorful. I’m a fan of raw mango chutneys and hoping to try this one out soon.

  5. Sasmita Sahoo

    Raw mango chutney is a must during summer. Love this tangy chutney prepared using raw mangoes. Simple yet tempting !

  6. Jolly

    Loved this tangy and lipsmacking raw mango chutney, I like the flavor of coconut in your chutney with spices. So tempting!!



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Hello and Welcome to my blog! I am Jayashree from India. An enthusiastic blogger, with a zest for life.  I believe in living life to the fullest.

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