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May 12, 2010

Mamidi Tandra ~ Dried Mango Pulp


Mamidi Tandra (Aam Papad) ~ Indian Traditional Dried Mango Pulp

Ingredients :

Ripe mangoes : 7
Sugar : 2 cups


Method :


Peel the mangoes and cut into small pieces. Grind the mango pieces to a smooth paste without adding water. keep it aside. For preparing sugar syrup add one cup of water to sugar and make a thick syrup of 3 thread consistency. To test the sugar syrup, place a drop on the plate. The drop should remain as it is i.e., it should not spread. Remove from the flame and pour over the mango pulp. Mix very well. Place on the plastic sheet and let it dry in the sunlight. Once they are dried remove from the sheet and form into layers. Ready to serve.


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43 comments:

  1. Looks so deliciousthanks for sharing this traditional recipe.

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  2. Wow, never thought can be made at home and as easy as u demonstrated. Thanks for sharing, a favourite in my household, a must when available in stores. Now, I can make at home:):)

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  3. Looks so deliciousthanks for sharing this traditional recipe.

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  4. looks awesome da... have tasted this once and never knew this can be made at home ... Am definitely gonna put my hand on it ..

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  5. Harichandana,

    Nice traditional recipe. i don't know easy to make them in home.

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  6. we call this as amba poli ..tasts great..thanks for the recipe..its so easy

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  7. Thanks for sharing this traditional recipe..i love this but did not know that it was easy to make at home.

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  8. Chandana, very nice recipe. I didnt know we can make these things at home :) looks pretty simple too. Will surely try.

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  9. Hari, I simply love tandra. I mean crazy fan of it. I recently bought it from market. Should take tips from this post and probably try it out at home :)

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  10. Hy,
    first time here...lovely space you have ...glad to follow u.
    Mango pulp looks delicious with cute click.
    Do drop in at my blog sometime.

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  11. Gr8 recipe with mangoes,looks so good....bookmarked

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  12. You refreshed so many memories, Chandana :) My granny and my mom both make aam-papad at home and I used to help them :) It looks really delicious :)

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  13. mangoes are in abundance this season in India..how I miss eating them like crazy

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  14. Looks so delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Omg, wat a beautiful dried mango pulp, would love to pick some from the click rite now..yummm!!

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  16. I love this dry mango pulp. Its awesome that you have posted a recipe.

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  17. If you didn’t show the steps I would definitely think it is shop bought !
    Book marked …

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  18. Wow chandana tandra chala baagundhi.Naaku ela chestaaro teliyadhu.I will try this.

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  19. Wow.. this sounds sooo delicious.

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  20. Chandana this is called ambe saat in our language... we make khadi out of this nd even chutney...:) I remember a uncle coming down from rajmundri to mangalore with lotz of these slabs nd sell them there..... I love this :) U made it at home?? thts gr8

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  21. Can believe u made them at home..saw my granny making them

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  22. Ooooooooooh I love this soooooooo much.. I can munch this all day...

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  23. never tried this one...looks really great. perfectly done. love mango flat bread too

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  24. ammmoooochoostene noruoorutundi yumm...

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  25. They are so delectable aren't they?, I used to use it in some dishes!!, I never made it of course!!, as H used to buy it from the stores or sometimes his friends mum used to send!! They make it in Karnataka too...

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  26. Looks delicious..this is all time fav ofcourse....and wow so tempting

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  27. hi chandu..really u done gud job..i was surprised to see mamidi tandra..so we can do it in hme also..it looks very yummy ..nice to see ..

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  28. Wow! I wonder how tangy and sour this must be! I love it! Mmm!

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  29. Hey Chandana,

    Bumped in here for the first time...I am glad I did that...U have an awesome space here...Nice collection of recipes...

    UR pics of Mamidi Tandra is making me drool....This has been my fav since childhood...Missing that since long time...I have book marked u r recipe...

    Njoy Cooking n Happy Blogging.....

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  30. Wow I love these....looks very tempting dear :)

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  31. This is a new one for me.. But looks really tasty..

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  32. Lovely one, looks yumm. Nice click too.

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  33. You almost made me very nostalgic...remember savored it many times, back home. This has turned out more than perfect for you, kudos dear.

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  34. Wow this u did at home,looks excellent.I always buy from store.

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  35. wow..this my mom used to do..it tastes excellent.very hygenic when prepared in home.

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  36. Looks real nice. My fav. Used always buy this when we were from the train stations in Andhra, when our trains crossed Andhra.

    Now its my children's fav. Would like to give it a try.

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  37. This is superb! I never knew it was this easy to make this. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  38. I was planning to make this. I just wanted to know for how long does it have to dry in the sun? sunlight is a scarce resource where i live (Bangalore) esp during this season.

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  39. @ Sarah, It would take usually one day of hot summer sunlight for them to dry. Thank you !!

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