Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Cranberry Mango Thokku Pickle / Cranberry Pickle - Indian Way!!

Hope u all had a wonderful celebration and enjoyed the festival with your family & friends. Mine went as usual a weekday :) All sweets and savories made for Diwali had over and
today H asking me what's next in ur blog, Thanks Giving / Christmas special recipes?!
I replied, dunno am damn tired and i don't want to strain more for some days,
But he insisted me to do something so that they can enjoy for another 2-3 weeks,
After hearing such things from Him i am bit motivated, so will try something :)
Now Coming to today's recipe, Cranberry Mango Thokku Pickle, last week i made this tangy and spicy pickle, quick version and the combo, cranberry-mango worked out well. Pickle turned so good and i loved it with everything, rice,roti,stuffed paratha,idly,dosa etc. I had already shared an Instant Cranberry Pickle, this time tried along with Mango, in thokku style pickle. If u love mango-cranberry then this is for u, give it a try sure u will love it. Now to the recipe...

  1. Cranberry     1 and 1/2 cup (raw/half ripe berries will suits for this pickle)
  2. Raw Mango       1 large(peeled n shredded) or 1 and 1/2 cup shredded.
  3. Chili Powder      1 and 1/2 tsp
  4. Turmeric Powder      1/4 tsp
  5. Salt       to taste
To Roast & Grind
  1. Mustard seeds     1/8 tsp
  2. Methi seeds/Fenugreek seeds    1/2 tsp
To Temper
  1. Oil           1/4 cup or less
  2. Mustard seeds      1/2 tsp
  3. Urad dal       1/2 tsp
  4. Curry leaves     1 sprig(optional)

  • Wash cranberries and drain well, chop the berries n keep aside.
  • Wash mango, peel the skin and shred it and keep ready.
  • Heat a pan, dry roast mustard n methi seeds till flavor comes then cool it for a while and grind it to a fine powder and keep aside.
  • Now heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds allow it to splutter then add urad dal n curry leaves.
  • Fry dal till it turns light golden brown and then add shredded mango n chopped berries and stir fry for 3-4 minutes or till the moisture dries.
  • After that add turmeric powder, enough salt and chili powder fry in medium heat till the berries n mango shrinks and start rolling the sides of the pan. Keep stirring for every 1 minute.
  • Lastly add the ground powder and stir fry for a minute and turn off the stove.
  • that's it...Tangy and Spicy Cranberry Mango Thokku Pickle ready. Once it cool down completely store it in an glass/ceramic/stainless steel container.

This pickle stays good up to 3-4 weeks in refrigerator.
Every time Use clean and dry spoon to serve.
The same way u can make tomato thokku pickle also, and if u want u can try this pickle with shredded mango alone.
For mango n tomato pickle, add 1/4 tsp jaggery for fine taste.


  1. Pickle with cranberry?? Very interesting dear!! I love mango thokku, adding cranberry is a nice twist to it.. Very nice appealing color too..

  2. OMG...Super tempting,delicious and incredible..Wish to have some rite now.

  3. WoW you are too innovative dear !! Cranberry pickle that's really too inventive and wonderful recipe !!

  4. Innovative n colorful pickle, de-lish!!!

  5. I love the way Husbands sit back n enjoy and we are labouring in the kitchen, even if we don't mind it most of the times, I like to be served once in a while!
    Love the colour of the pickle and great combination!

  6. Hi Sangeetha, cranberry pickle sounds really interesting...lovely pics too.
    Happy to follow u, wud b glad if u follow back :)

  7. Konjam inga parcel panni vidunga, seriously highly irresistible.. We dont get cranberries here, need a parcel Sangee..

    How was ur diwali??Belated diwali wishes to you and your family.

  8. nice color dear.. sounds new to me..

  9. Nice recipe dear..Pickle looks mouthwatering!

  10. Hope your diwali went well sangee. Kids enjoyed? Hopping here after some period of time. :-) like the colour of the pickle. love to have it hot steamed rice. yumm!

  11. Looks so awesome, very tempting..

  12. Amazing pickle...

  13. wow mango and cranberry now which indian won't like it :) love the color and would love to try this

  14. Love the color of the pickle...isn't cranberry and mango both tart? Wonder how it would taste...very curious. Wish you a belated Diwali wishes Sangee.


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