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You guys, today I’m sharing a traditional Gujuarati dish that I am SO excited about, Keri Nu Shaak, aka Mango Curry. It’s just a little bit sweet, spicy, tangy and I love that you can use unripe mango to whip this up in under an hour!! Most of you are probably used to eating more ripe (and therefore a bit sweeter) mangos, but this spicy mango curry is a wonderful balance of flavors. If you’re trying to get more vitamin C in your diet, look beyond just the citrus fruits. Did you know that mangos are an excellent source of vitamin C, and a 3⁄4 cup serving packs in half of the daily value recommended for the day? It’s true!
What I especially love is that this curry doesn’t require much chopping besides the mango! You chop it up, boil it until fork tender and then a quick stir fry gives you a finger-licking curry to enjoy either on its own or with roti and rice. It works great for lunch, dinner, and if you cut back on the spice level, it’s incredibly toddler friendly! Mangos are always in season, so this recipe is a great option for any time of the year.
I hope you all enjoy this recipe and if you try it, you have to tag me on @thechutneylife so I can see all of your wonderful creations!